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When I heard market down the road was expecting a traditional Spanish market but got there to find it was just a market full of genuine fakes which was very repetitive and took over the whole market.
Only about 5 or 6 traditional Spanish stalls...More
For a five minute walk it was worth the stroll. We lost 2-3 hrs at the market, lots of genuine fakes (clothes, wallets, handbags etc) and be prepared to haggle.
Its set on a dusty rough bit of land so wear something decent and keep...More
We spent a couple of hours here on Sunday morning. It’s quite repetitive: knock-off handbags, watches and sportswear; some nice wooded carved animals and masks; various textiles and jewellery. The stall holders are friendly and will try to sell you stuff, and we enjoyed the...More
A typical holiday market, selling purses/bags/belts/sunglasses etc. Get your haggling skills ready as the start price is always daft, but you’ll get a bargain if you’re willing to banter for a while. Not very big, takes around 30-40 minutes to get round. Overall, it’s good...More
You can get a bargain, make sure you barter, never pay what they ask for, give them the price you want to pay, and if they say no, walk away, 9 times out of 10 they will chase you. Many of the stalls are the...More
A good friendly market. Mixture of locals & off islanders offering goods for sale. Some bartering needed for some things offered for sale others fixed prices. Good Tapas bar nearby also supermarket. A good way to spend an hour or so + plenty of free...More