Unfortunately, there's not much offered in the off season. We stopped by mid September, a couple weeks into the off season and there were only two vendors in the actual Farmers Market so not much to see or buy. There were a few vendors on the street near the market too so there was still some shopping available outside the regular businesses.
There are also the regular businesses that surrounds the market to still visit; Samara Organic Mercado & Cafe, a local spa and beauty salon, massage studio, Fabrique Boutique, tourism office, bike rentals, local artists gallery, Guaitil Ceramics, Falafel Cafe, ice cream shop and more.
Even though there was only two vendors we had a good time exploring the permanent businesses there. We could see the potential during the main tourist season and imagine what it's like from previous reviews. If we ever go back to Samara we'll be sure to stop again.
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