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The Quepos farmers market happens every Friday (all day) and on Saturday until noon. It's not very big, about half a square block, but always worth a peak. We stayed at a condo this year with a full kitchen so obviously had more incentive to...More
Came here on a Friday Afternoon, although it was raining there wasnt too many people. I bought a KG of Rambutan and it was soo delicous, the guy sold it to me for 1000CC, walked back to the bus stop and ate them at home....More
If you are in the area on a Friday, I highly recommend stopping by. There were lots of local merchants selling fresh fruit, vegetables, cheeses, and baked goods. When we stopped to look at various items, the merchants were more than willing to give us...More
Even though we were in a hotel room, we still procured several exotic fruits to take back to our room including Mangosteen and Rambutan. We bought freshly made cheese and corn tortillas that we would microwave into quesadillas back in our room. The vendor also...More
Suggested itinerary for a Friday night while visiting Manuel Antonio - go into Quepos - visit one of the restaurants at the marina for sunset, then walk over to the farmers market. Amazing fruits and vegetable display, also a lot of souvenirs and local art.
As a local, this place has everything you need...fresh fruit, meat, milk, cheese.
As a tourist,if in the area, it is worth a trip.
There are some craft tables and we picked up some fresh fruit for our breakfast and hikes.Local honey and some fresh...More
Located close to the Marina, the Farmer's market is held on a Friday evening and on Saturday mornings. It is very simple with the main produce focused on fruit and vegetables. There are some souvenir stalls and some clothing stalls. All the stall holders are...More