Although Amadores beach is not the place to go if you are
looking for shopping malls, there are shops lining the back
of the beach.
You can buy all kinds of food and drinks, from the
kiosks, cafes and restaurants, and you can also buy
newspapers, magazines or books, as well as toys for the
kids, lilos, goggles, towels, beachwear, and more. If you
fancy a break from sunbathing and swimming, the shops behind
the beach are worth a look.
If you fancy looking around a shopping centre instead,
you then have the choice of going to one of the two shopping
centres in nearby Puerto Rico, or you can get the ferry from
Puerto Rico to Arguineguin for the Tuesday morning market,
or Mogan for the Friday morning market. Another option would
be getting the bus to Vecindario or Las Palmas if you want
to do some serious shopping.
You can get the basics at Amadores beach, but not much
more than that, so it is best to bring what you need and
then just pick up cold drinks or something to read later in
the day. Some of the larger hotels also have a couple of
shops, especially the self-catering places, so you can pick
up food staples there too.