With Marbella and Puerto Banus Marina around the corner, there are several options for shopping enthusiasts. In Puerto Banus, you can find the expensive clothing brands and various galleries. There is also a big shopping centre called El Corte Ingles.
In Ojen, there are many groceries that sell almost everything. From cold beer to do-it-yourself things. Watch out: in almost everywhere in Spain, shops close after half past six. However, the major shopping malls remain open.
More extensive shopping can be done at La Cañada, the big shopping centre in the outskirts of Marbella. If you come driving down from the mountains, take the roundabout to the left and go to the large parking lot. There is a sport shop, if you forgot your swimsuit, an electronics store (Worten), a Leroy Merlin and a very large covered area with lots of shops and a large Alcampo (Auchan). Not to mention an Apple store. The mall is also open on Sundays (from the first week of June to the third week of September approximately).
Furthermore, markets and flea markets are held every week. There is a small market on Saturday in Ojen, a tourist market on Saturday in Puerto Banus / Nueva Andalucia (with some quasi-antiques), there is a flea market in Coin and Sabanillas on Sunday and, finally, a normal market in Marbella on Monday.