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Iceland in Spain
15 May 2010 @ 18:45

Iceland, the frozen foods company has 10 stores in Spain, run as a franchise by a company called Overseas Imports.

I've never been myself, but I have had a look on their website and their prices seem very reasonable, and nothing like the rip off prices that Morrisons in Gibraltar charge.  Here's the blurb from the Iceland/Overseas Imports website:

Overseas Imports have been selling an extensive range of British products to expats and holiday makers for over 12 years. It actually started in Tenerife in 1997 when we entered into an exclusive trading agreement with the UK frozen food retailer Iceland.

Following the success of our stores in Tenerife we decided to expand the business into the Spanish mainland and in 2006 we opened our first Iceland supermarket on the Costa Del Sol. This store proved hugely successful so we expanded our business onto the Costa Blanca with a further 5 stores.

We carry a huge range of over 10,000 British products, from tea bags to baby milk or pork sausages for the BBQ. As well as the entire Iceland own label range we also stock most other well known brands including Bird’s Eye. Findus, Tetley, PG Tips, Nestle, Waitrose, Kelloggs, Irn Bru, Robinsons, Danone, Dairylea, Kraft,Roberts Bread, Kingsmill, Nescafe, Walls, burtons, Tunnocks and many, many more top brands.

Our Spanish mainland stores can be found in Fuengirola on the Costa Del Sol and on the Costa Blanca in San Javier, Torrevieja, La Marina, Benissa and Javea and during the next 6 months we will open further stores in Benidorm and Puerto Banus. Our 2 Tenerife stores can be found in Las Chafiras and Los Cristianos.

Whether on holiday or a Spanish resident please try and pop into one of our stores, we know you will be impressed!

The entire Iceland range can now be purchased frozen.



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30 Comments

Morerosado said:
15 May 2010 @ 19:35

We've had two Icelands within a 10 - 15 minute drive of us for AGES! (Torrevieja was first then La Marina-San Fulgencio).

Products that have £1 on are generally 1,25€. A little bit of home from home! It's always busy, especially at Christmas, as you'd expect.


Moraira Property said:
17 May 2010 @ 10:52

I assume you refer to the supermarkett and nmot eh Volcanic dusty!
Sorry I'll get my coat!!



michelle said:
20 June 2010 @ 21:42

living in riveria spain does the iceland in spain sell waitrose products ther is a product called ultrasun it is a sun lotion apply once a day


irene Cooperthwaite said:
21 June 2010 @ 20:36

when is the store at La Marina Cala Finistrat opening we have been told lots of different dates. we return on 7th July will it be open then please.


steve said:
22 July 2010 @ 23:50

For Irene: Iceland in Finestrat is now open and trading.


JamesH said:
24 July 2010 @ 17:33

The prices do seem to be very reasonable, unlike the rip off Morrisons in Gibraltar.


pauline sleigh said:
30 July 2010 @ 13:59

we have shopped at the one in benissa and that was really good but after a few weeks the one in benidorm has put up its prices . the 25 cents has now gone to 35 cents on every euro .there are still some things with 25 cents off but we were really dissapointed


Mike Timon said:
30 September 2010 @ 15:03

Dear Sir
Would you be good enough to supply me with the telephone number of your store in La Marina
I suspect that I may have lost my wallet in the store when I was in there on tuesday and I would like to ask if anyone has handed it in
Thank you
Mike Timon


Susan Davis said:
31 October 2010 @ 19:14

Please could you give me the address for the Iceland store in Los Cristianos, I have heard that there is a store opening up in Las Americas shortly, could you give me the address if this is the case.

Many thanks



rita young said:
21 November 2010 @ 11:20

I shop at iceland in Torrevieja the staff are polite, willing to help and have time to look for the things you cannot find great shop great range of proucts


rita young said:
21 November 2010 @ 11:21

I shop at iceland in Torrevieja the staff are polite, willing to help and have time to look for the things you cannot find great shop great range of proucts


martyn said:
27 November 2010 @ 10:56

Please could you tell me if icelands is open in Puerto Banús yet or if not when thanks.


Marion said:
28 November 2010 @ 10:21

Does anyone know Iceland (Torrevieja) xmas opening Sundays? Are they open today?


Marion said:
28 November 2010 @ 10:23

Does anyone know Iceland (Torrevieja) xmas opening Sundays? Are they open today?


Ana said:
08 August 2011 @ 13:21

Buenos dias
Alguien podria decirme si Iceland permite franquiciar?


linda said:
20 August 2011 @ 01:40

Could you tell me if their is an iceland in benalmadena malaga thankyou


Ross said:
23 August 2011 @ 20:23

do you know guys if iceland is looking for staff?
it's about a month that i found out about iceland in Spain..
thanks guys


Ross said:
23 August 2011 @ 20:27

anyway i have sended already my cv to overseas.es
...


jadetrevorrow said:
28 September 2011 @ 12:17

i work in iceland in england.. i love spain and i didnt know there was one there, i wonder if i could get a transfer to spain and work in one of them. but i dont speak spannish..


Jaroslava Stansfield said:
05 December 2011 @ 10:50

I generally have been very satisfied with the items purchased from your two stores in San Javier and Torreviejka. Recently I purchased the "12 Party Mini Chocolate Orange Swirl Cheesecakes". I allowed them to defrost and was hoping to serve them to my friends. Unfortunately trying to get them out proved a disaster as the biscuit base just crumbled - I was very disappointed as I was not able to serve them.


gillian said:
17 December 2011 @ 16:27

at Iceland stores is it cheaper to pay with a stirling visa or by euros


Angela Reed said:
10 March 2012 @ 14:47

Please can we have an Iceland Store in Gran Canaria. Tenerife have 3 stores & we don't have any. Thank you.


pat franklin said:
24 October 2012 @ 11:52

please could anyone tell me if the iceland store in torreviega does a home delivery service like the ones in england and the rules that go with it thanks.


jackie bainbridge said:
17 November 2012 @ 20:35

Will you be opening more stores in fuervetura,as there is a need for thrse british products in other canary islands,for people living there and.fot the self catering holidaymakers


amgela torres said:
23 November 2012 @ 07:51

i would kike to know if there is a possibity of an iceland opening in xativa valencia there are loads of us brits here and it would be great to have 1 closer to us


R J Austyn said:
12 December 2012 @ 20:04

Please tell me why you use a bank(Sabadell) that charges 3% on products purchased at your stores when paid for by an English debit card.This is surely a rip off when you already charge an average 30% above UK prices.I can somewhat understand the 30% but not the bank charge.Is this an agreement between the bank and Iceland,do you get a portion of this 3%?If not I suggest moving to a bank that does not charge!


Marilyn said:
07 February 2013 @ 10:42

Iceland in Fuengirola. is 1.50€ to the GBP, expensive only buy I want not what I need there are perfectly good Spanish supermarkets with better prices.



leigh cowper said:
08 May 2013 @ 20:29

I'm going to be staying at Stella Maris hotel in fuengirola do you know how far Iceland store is from here please


C moore said:
11 August 2013 @ 10:20

Are we aloud to use our English discount cards in the Spain branches


Julie gran canaria said:
30 November 2013 @ 08:48

Please could some one tell us when is iceland opening in gran canaria. Pleaseeee


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