Mijas Shopping

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    El Corte Ingles: All under one roof for fantastic prices

    by iris2002 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    El Corte Ingles: the Costa Mijas Shopping Centre.

    It is a spacious and relaxed centre, with the most innovative facilities and twice as many shopping opportunities. Both El Corte Ingl?s and Hipercor are present, with the top national and international brand names in fashion, accessories, home furnishings, entertainment, culture, electronics, sports...

    It's the equivalent of the UK "Marks&Spencer" to be honest...

    What to buy: Books in Spanish (and some English)
    Art material (MUCH CHEAPER than in the UK)
    Shoes (oh there is a LIMIT on my credit card???? I say!!!) :D

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    Cafeteria-Restaurant. Kitchens. Small Domestic Appliances. Kitchenware. Gifts and Handicrafts. Bathrooms. Domestic Appliances. Textiles Home Furnishings Furniture. Upholstery. Home making. Customer Service. Celebrations List

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    2. Young Fashion, For Him and For Her. Jeans Territory. Sports. Sports Footwear. Television and Video. Sound. Musical Instruments. Telephones. Computers. Music Store. Cine Store. Book Shop.

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    1. Women's Fashion. Lingerie and Corsetry. Hair Salons. Children's Fashion. Baby products. Toys.

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    B. Men's Fashion. Fashion Accessories. Footwear. Perfumes and Cosmetics. Watches. Jewellery. Photography. Stationery. Tourism. Optician.

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    SS. HIPERCOR. Food, Home Furnishings, Ready to Wear Clothing,?
    Travel Agency. Insurance Centre. Pharmacy. Coffee Corner. Gourmet Club. Flowers ? Plants. Pet Food. Dry Cleaners. Travel. Post Office. Press.

    What to pay: What's on the price-tag honey!

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    Traditional Carpets

    by keeweechic Written Aug 12, 2009

    In Constitution Square you will see hanging from the balcony of shops some Moroccan rugs and other traditional carpets. There is lots of uniquely designed jewellery and leatherware as well surrounding this square.

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    Craft Shops

    by keeweechic Written Aug 12, 2009

    Craft shops abound with the usual postcards, magnets, fans, paintings, jewellery as well as ornaments such as the colourful bulls that you see all over stain which come in several sizes. You will also find some lovely scarves and shawls.

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    Mijas Diamond & Jewelry Centre

    by keeweechic Written Aug 12, 2009

    In the town you will find the Diamond & Jewelry Centre. All their jewellery is in 18k gold. You can also buy loose diamonds and have them set yourself or have them design a setting for you. Their staff is very knowledgeable and helpful.

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    Traditional Ceramics

    by keeweechic Written Aug 12, 2009

    If it is more the traditional ceramics you are looking for the you should visit Artesania de Espana. Their ceramics come from all over the country and the quality is very good. There are however many opportunities to buy lovely ceramic wall hangings and pots.

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    Shopping in Mijas

    by keeweechic Written Aug 12, 2009

    Mijas Pueblo has some great shopping. There is some wonderful handmade clothing to be bought at reasonable prices. The smallest shop had some beautiful cardigans and poncho-like cloaks. Leather is also a good purchase whether it be in clothing or in leather work.

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  • Tickled Pink: Mijas Pueblo

    by gazzagolf Written Aug 9, 2008

    Great shop in Mijas Pueblo called "Tickled Pink" sells a huge range of jewellery and ornaments and Betty Boop items. Particulaly good are the magnetic health jewellery items exclusive to the owners Mark and Suzie, these are especially good as they are both beautiful and have health benifits. They sell alsrts of interesting things and it is one of those shops that each time you visit you find something you didn't see last time! The ranges of jewellery are extensive and range from delicate to chunky high fashion prices also are across all ranges. Look out for the Angel pendants which are unusual and lovely.
    Pink is definatley a reccurrent theme here!
    Owners are friendly and helpful with a great sense of humour and at the sister shop " Run by Angels" up in the old part of town Mark does Angel card and flower readings that are well worth a mention.

    What to buy: Jewellery especially magnetic health items and chunky fashions but also delicate swarovsky crystal jewellery.
    Betty Boop bags and figures,
    Huge range of ornaments.
    A huge list of unusual and exclusive items

    What to pay: Anytghing from a few euro's to a few hundered.

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    Various shops in Mijas: Not bad shopping, either

    by karenincalifornia Updated Aug 6, 2007

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    Go past the tacky souvenir shops that first greet you upon your arrival in Mijas and explore the many side streets in Mijas. You'll find many upscale shops that sell high quality leather goods, clothing, ceramics, olive oil products and jewelry. The leather goods are very inexpensive. Mijas has a number of official Lladro retailers, so if that is your thing, you'll enjoy looking at all the figurines. Look for the best stores in the narrow streets off of the busiest streets in Mijas.

    What to buy: Not being big shoppers on vacation, we didn't buy much - just a belt, a wallet, a coin purse, some olive oil soap, small bottles of Spanish olive oil and balsamic vinegar, and saffron (which is much cheaper in Spain than in the USA). Light weight products are the only things we'll buy. Who wants to lug heavy stuff around for the remainder of the vacation?

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    VARIOUS SHOPS: MIJAS SHOPPING

    by LoriPori Written Feb 16, 2006

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    Another reason people flock to Mijas, is for their wonderful variety of Shops. Everything from ceramics and pottery to jewellery and beautiful leather goods. I was impressed with the quality of the leather jackets, luggage and purses that one store had on display ( picture featured ). I really liked browsing through the ceramic stores with all their colorful wares. There was also the usual souvenir stores and shops selling embroidered tablecloths and linens.

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