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Great place to visit for new years sales, especially if the weather is not so good.
Some real bargains for clothes with proper sale prices
Good retail therapy after the holiday.
It is a modern clean mall with plenty of choice and a big Continente...More
Just spent 6 and half hours here n it was good, there is a vast array of shops for all occassions and tastes but the best shop for me and mine was the Nike factory shop over the road. It was worth the taxi ride...More
Not a fan of shopping if I'm honest, but it was raining cats and dogs, guvnor. If you fancy a trip to the shops you won't be disappointed. They have even got a few TVs showing sport coverage for the shopping averse. Very smart, clean...More
We visited here on Tuesday 16th October, the weather was a bit miserable so we headed to this shopping mall.
Must confess found it a bit of a strange experience, there appeared to be an opposite for all aspects of the Mall,
There was an...More
We visited here on 24th October as we woke up at our hotel to a rainy day. We were staying at the Jupiter hotel in Montechoro and we got a taxi from the hotel to the shopping mall. It cost us 15 euros and there...More
A decent shopping mall with quite a mixture of clothes,jewellery, fashion outlets. Good food gallery on site. Certainly something to do if you have a bad weather day and don't want to hang about in hotel
From Kiko and Sephora to Women’s Secret & Oysho, there’s a good choice of stores. Zara & H&M too of course but I like trying the ones we don’t have in Ireland! Pity there’s no Bimba y Lola there. Disappointed there wasn’t any public transport...More