Haria Artesanal

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Haria Artesanal
4.5
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Handcraft Market, all saturday from 10 to 14.30 in a beatiful square. 60 shops, whit real hancraft from Lanzarote.
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r0landbrunner
Zurich, Switzerland1,644 contributions
bits of food and lots of freaks
Dec 2020
it's a nice Saturday excursion to the little town of Haria, up on the northern hills. just beside the church is this little market with a bit of food (some great bread!) and lots of freak things. pretty touristic, but the way to come here is sure worth the effort, not just for this market.
Written 19 December 2020
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Wanderer191255
Southport, UK507 contributions
Artisan Market
Feb 2020
this is a lovely lively Saturday market selling locally produced food and art while local bands play some great music.
Written 16 February 2020
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MatchingKathy
Kent, UK68 contributions
Saturday morning from 10am...an authentic artisan market
Jan 2020
The bread, cheese and vegetable stalls are always popular and worth visiting if self catering. There is a crepe van too. The craft stalls are also worth a browse as most of the displays provide something different.
This is a small market, set in the town square where you can enjoy a coffee or breakfast too. It is nothing like Teguise market and we much prefer it.
There is also a food market which opens more frequently...past the town hall. It serves hot food too.
If you stay for lunch, try La Puerta Verde - excellent food in a nice atmosphere with good service.
Written 21 January 2020
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A1M2G
Manchester, UK73 contributions
Haria Artisanal Market
Oct 2019 • Couples
Bit of a car trip via country hair pin bends to Haria! Make sure you arrive early to park up or go via coach.
Very good market. Locally hand crafted items at a variety of price points such as paintings, jewellery, woven items, ceramics etc. and produce such as breads, cheeses, vegetables etc. Better than some of the coastal markets.
Lovely small town too.
On Saturdays.
Written 26 October 2019
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Joan C
6 contributions
A visit to Haria is a must
Sep 2019
If you don’t do anything else please go to Haria on a Saturday morning when the place is buzzing with stalls selling their artisan wares. The village is wonderful in architectural buildings. Then finish it off with coffee and cake at the original cafe at the start of the market. Highly recommended
Written 4 October 2019
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alchermist
Southport, UK3,118 contributions
Smallest but best Market on the Island
Sep 2019
Firstly if staying in Playa Blanca and you take the vineyards road, not the LZ, its worth it for the drive alone, get there early as parking is at a premium,market is on a Saturday and starts at 10.00am, not a huge amount of stalls but all items are unique, handmade and not a knock off in sight, we never come to Lanzarote without coming here.
Written 26 September 2019
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Petranka C
41 contributions
Haria Saturday market
Apr 2019 • Couples
Got to the market by bus from Costa Teguise. Costa Teguise to Arrecife line 3, 2 single tickets 2.80€ then from Arrecife to Haria 2 single tickets 6.30€. Saturday however the buses are reduced. Sooooo... Arrecife bus to Haria is at 10.00 takes about 45 min. The bus from Haria back to Arrecife is at 13.00 if you miss it next one is at 19.00 . Plan ahead. The coffee was 1.50€ and we got the best sandwich at the supermercado shop at the corner for 1.40€. Super cheap coffee and sandwich but tasted amazing. The market is small but very vibrant. Worth visiting.
Written 27 April 2019
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Mardbeg40
Haria, Spain19 contributions
Mr. Fee
Dec 2018 • Solo
Great little fishing village small number of bars and restaurants but food very good in the 4 I Tryed a quite relaxing break walks and cycling are beach and chill mine was the second with clean but basis accom but frendly little village diff recommended you try
Written 2 December 2018
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lucysfr
Dublin, Ireland60 contributions
Authentic and wide range of locally produced goods - best market in Lanzarote
Oct 2018 • Friends
We drove over the mountains (spectacular but not for the faint hearted or vertigo sufferers!) to Haria, which is best known for being Cesar Manrique's home, and known for it's palm trees - apparently when a child is born there, a palm tree is planted in celebration. We went early, knowing that later in the day it would be difficult to find parking - Haria is a small village so I would advise getting there early. That said, if you are prepared to drive around the backstreets you'll find somewhere to park easily enough.

The market itself has about 30 stalls - a very wide range of goods and produce - food, drinks, leatherwork, jewellry, cosmetics, art, wood turning etc. It really was very impressive and the quality of work on display is high. The stall holders/producers were all very friendly and knowledgeable and happy to talk about their work. The location of the market is in a long square and there are plenty of cafes to have a drink at and sit and watch the world go by.
Lovely relaxing way to spend a Saturday morning and plenty of original, handcrafted and quality goods to peruse. Don't waste you time on the Teguise market on Sunday - come to this one instead.
Written 5 November 2018
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chris b
116 contributions
Go on a Saturday
Oct 2018 • Couples
Haria is a beautiful hill town with classic white buildings. The artisan shop is worth a visit as some others along the tree lined avenue. Saturday is market day and the stalks are all classy artisan crafts. Best one we have been to.
Written 14 October 2018
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