New Spar Supermarket Opens

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Spar Supermarket El Cotillo

El Cotillo has another supermarket. This time a Spar, which seems to be owned by the Padilla family.

It is located in the new harbour area of the village on the main street (Calle 3 de Abril de 1979) and is almost next to the Olivo Corso restaurant.

It is opened Monday to Saturday from 8:30am to 9pm and on Sunday from 9am to 3pm. It has a fresh meat counter, fresh fruit and vegetables as well as a bakery.

For anyone who wonders why the street is called “Calle 3 de Abril de 1979” that was the date the first Spanish local elections took place after Franco’s “reign”.

2 responses to “New Spar Supermarket Opens”

  1. Lech Kluk avatar
    Lech Kluk

    Very clean shop, with reasonable stock. Staff smile as well.
    Then onto restaurant right next door.
    2 visits, both enjoyable.
    October 2019

    1. JP in Fuerteventura avatar

      The Olivo Corso next door is one of our favourites too

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