La Manga Club is the size of a small town and has the shops and supermarkets you would expect and associate with this size of community.

The infrastructure has enabled La Manga Club to be a self sufficient community so any visitors will find all they need on the doorstep including banks, estate agents, 2 excellent pharmacies, doctors surgery, fashion boutiques, gift shops and 2 very well stocked supermarkets so if you visit La Manga Club you have no need to venture too far to find what you want.

The pharmacists and GP's on site are multilingual so there is no need for any concerns as help is always on hand. The banks can assist with foreign cash withdrawals and the estate agents always eager to advise on how to buy your home in the sun.

The boutiques range in style and budget so you can be sure of finding different from your usual high street and something that will suit your pocket. The gift shops have a great range of typically Spanish and often local items, pottery and leather goods for example plus you will also find something a little different that you may wish to They can be found dotted around La Manga Club.

The largest supermarket on site at La Manga Club is called El Arbol. This is part of a large chain of supermarkets which can be found in Spain and within in La Manga Club the store itself can be found located in the Las Sabinas commercial centre, on the lower level. There is plenty of parking and trollies available to do a large grocery shop. Being part of a national chain you can be sure of competitive and reasonable prices and it is always kept well stocked with fresh and local produce. There are meat and fish counters, fresh bread and pastries daily, fresh fruit and vegetables and a large section of freezers with lots of frozen food options. The wine and spirits section is also very well stocked. You will find all the most favourite Spanish brands of foods and wine that you may be familiar with plus there are many English brands available just like home from home.

The second supermarket is privately owned and run by a local family and can be found located within the Bellaluz community at La Manga Club. The Bellaluz community consists of apartment blocks built around the Bellaluz square which has an assortment of cafes, restaurants and shops plus the second supermarket. Despite its size it is also very well stocked with fresh produce and groceries. You can also find fresh bread and pastries, fresh meat, cheeses and a well stocked deli counter. The wine and soft drinks section is also varied. It is open 7 days a week, prices are also reasonable and the staff friendly and helpful.

If you want to stock up just before your arrival at La Manga Club there is the option of a large grocery shop at the local hypermarket at the nearby village of Cabo de Palos. Just a 10 minute drive on from La Manga Club the hypermarket, called Upper, can be easily found just off of the dual carriageway. It is more on the scale of a superstore than a hypermarket but well worth a visit.