Shopping in Motril Spain (Alcampo, Leroy Merlin, Sprinter, Kiabi, Decathlon & More)

If you are looking for a shopping fix in the bigger stores, shopping in Motril may be just what you need.  Of course you could also go hit the bigger malls in Vélez-Málaga, the Nevada shopping mall in Granada or Larios shopping mall in Málaga.  If you are looking for something a bit closer to Almuñécar then Motril should do the trick. There is far more than just a visit to Al Campo.

Shopping Motril Spain, the commercial center of Costa Tropical. Shopping in Motril for a day out in Costa Tropical Spain! With a hypermarket, hardware stores, sporting goods & more, just a bit more than Almuñécar. Read more on


Shopping in Motril Spain!

Just 19 km to the east of Almuñécar is Motril!  Just off of any of these highways A7/ N340 / E15, you will find some bigger stores and more shopping options.  It is nice to combine a little shopping with your trip to the Motril Foreigner’s Office.  Many of the shops are within a 10-minute walk and it makes for a great day out.

There are 2 main shopping areas in Motril (centro comercial in Motril).  While these are not shopping malls, they are areas with a high concentration of stores, shops, places to eat and more.

Shopping Motril South

On the south side of Motril at the main roundabout  (MOT-21), you will find many shopping options.  By the way, “Motril South” is just a name we made up and is not the official name of the area.


Alcampo Motril Spain - This is a very large supermarket, similar to a Tesco or Wal-mart and located about 20 minutes to the east of Almuñécar, on the N340.  It should meet all of your needs and then some, as they do carry more product choices for international food.  They also sell appliances, electronics, sporting goods, housing goods, school supplies, clothing, and more. 

Alcampo off of Av. de Europa

  • Alcampo – This is considered a hypermarket, like a Tesco/Wal-Mart type of store.  They carry groceries (with an international section) electronics, appliances, linens, limited furniture, clothing and of course food.  This is where we get many supplies to make our Mexican or Asian meals.
    Click here to see our directory listing and shopping hours.
  • Leroy Merlin– just next to Alcampo it is a standard DIY shop with hardware, plumbing, electrical, wood, garden supplies and more.
    (this used to be Aki)
    Click here for store website.
  • Decathlon – next to Aki there is a new sporting goods store, which opened mid December 2018
    Click here for store website.
  • JYSK  – furniture
  • Mercadona –  next to Decathlon Motril and Burger King.
    Click here for store website.
  • Burger King – opened early 2018
    Click here for store website.

Sprinter off of Rambla de las Brujas

Across from Alcampo, to the east off of Rambla de las Brujas you will find another small strip mall with the following:

Shopping in Motril Kiabi, Sprinter, Worten

  • Sprinter – Sporting goods store.  Click here for store website
  • Kiabi – Good priced clothing store, with plus sizes up to 5x.  Click here for store website.
  • Lidl – supermarket and groceries.  Click here for store website.
  • KIWOKO pet shop
  • McDonald’s is right on the roundabout at the connection of Avda. Salobreña.
  • ALDI –  opened as of August 2020 in Motril and a new one is projected to open in Almuñécar in 2022.
  • There is also a furniture store and a few restaurants

Shopping Motril Center – Centro Comercial Abierto De Motril

In the center of Motril, you will find many high street and name brand shops.  Many are located on the main street of Calle Nueva and more branch off onto side streets from there.  This area is known as Centro Comercial Abierto De Motril (outdoor shopping mall).  It is described as an open shopping center, within a small labyrinth of streets.  There is the commercial bustle where small family shops are in the mix with the great national and international brand shops.  Motril also offers larger stores making it the commercial capital of the Costa Tropical.


You will find Pull & Bear, Mango, Springfield, Bershka (closed in Jan 2021), Inside, Stradivarius, Oasis, Lefties, and many more!

The Motril tourism board has a nice listing of many of the shops available.  Motril Foreigner’s Office

Mercado municipal Motril

Esta foto de Motril es cortesía de TripAdvisor

The Municipal Market is place for the traditional shopping in Motril.  You will find the butchers, fish markets, greengrocers, coffee shops and other types of shops.  It was opened on 29th November in 1955.  Outside, in the adjacent plaza, you will also find many stalls with fresh flowers.  It is open from Monday – Saturday from 09:00 to 15:00.  This is located about midway down Av. de Salobreña and 1 block back behind the Carrefour.

Shopping in Motril Map

In our map below, we have highlighted the two main shopping areas in Motril.  We have also tagged where you can find parking in the city center.  There is a third area on the map to the east, with many of the car dealers and the main bus station in Motril.  Right in the center of it all is our little purple icon for the Extranjeria (Foreigner’s office in Motril).  Click here if you are looking for other Things to do in Motril.

Motril Rastro – Saturdays

The rastro begins in Motril !
everyone can participate here is a link of the whatsapp group to sign up to sell only second-hand objects, crafts and antiques
Open this link to join the WhatsApp group and for questions: 

Motril Rastro

How to get to Motril Shopping?

Taking the bus from Almuñécar to Motril

Leaving from the Almuñécar central bus station, you would just take an Alsa bus to Motril.  Once you see the Alcampo on your right, you will go through a roundabout, with a McDonald’s on the far side.  Ring the bell to get off here and walk back towards the shopping center.  To take the bus back to town, go across the street (limited times of day).

You may book your bus tickets online now!

Sample schedules below Please click here to check the schedule for your dates and times.

Bus from Almuñécar to Motril

Bus from Motril to Almuñécar


Driving from Almuñécar to Motril

The shortest distance and fastest route, from the center of town, is just to go east on the N340.  There are 3 exits for Motril and you will take the first one to the left off of the N340 onto a side road.  It will be just about 2 minutes away and on your right.

Have fun shopping Motril!  Feel free to comment and let us know what you think.

Please visit our directory listing category of Shopping to see different places to shop.  If you are a shop owner and would like to be included, please contact us for prices.

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Heidi is passionate about travel (50+ countries) and has experienced the world with her family. In Aug 2012, they left the “perfect American life”, quit their jobs, sold their belongings and moved to Almuñécar. She likes to share all of her favorites things about the area, as well as practical information too. You may also view her travel blog, Wagoners Abroad, at

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