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Kolaportid Flea Market

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If you have extra time on your hands, stop here. We were glad we went here just for the... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2018
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
open on saturdays only.we tried shark there.lots of old stuff like a flea market

open on saturdays only.we tried shark there.lots of old stuff like a flea market.you could buy... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Montreal, Canada
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“food market”(11 reviews)
“wool sweaters”(6 reviews)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

open on saturdays only.we tried shark there.lots of old stuff like a flea market.you could buy food,chocolates,clothing,records,jewelry

Thank sultanofsin007
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Do not waste your time checking out this indoor flea market. First it smells bad. Most items in here are new: costume jewelry, trinkets, fake army surplus jackets. The used items look like what Goodwill would throw out.

Thank cupcake3
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Only opened on the weekend , so we were sadly disappointed when we found out that we missed it. They should be open for more than a weekend . I was really looking forward to going there and seeing everything.

Thank Adventure809910
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I'm a flea market person and an antique hunting person, and this flea market while OK, was pretty average as far as what people were selling for the prices they were charging. Still, it was a fun place to go and the world famous hot...More

Thank Pheenom38
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We found hand knitted stocking hats for our grandchildren cheaper than any souvenir shop in Reykjavic. Great food stand inside and a lovely lady with a stall that kept giving us stuff because we bought 7 hats! Go! It’s fun.

1  Thank StephanieG233
Reviewed 15 September 2018

This small weekend market was a great place to check out woolen goods, jewelry and food. Can find cheaper sweaters (must look hard at items and tags to ensure they're authentic) than in the city. Also purchased jewelry and licorice. Great way to spend a...More

1  Thank Barb B
Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

Small place to have some fun to stroll around and look at strange things that people selling, a lot of different wool products. Our favorite part is food counters. You could look at and actually try very unique meats and fish products. We tried shark,...More

Thank aniram648
Reviewed 3 September 2018

This indoor market has a large selection of vendors - half of which are selling their handmade goods and the other half are scamming tourists with fake products at full price. Be aware of this if you go visit. We visited three vendors selling their...More

3  Thank Christiana L
Reviewed 28 August 2018

Fun place to shop and find some off the wall souvenirs. Prices are good. Only open weekends and some holidays.

1  Thank Danna S
Reviewed 17 August 2018

If you have extra time on your hands, stop here. We were glad we went here just for the experience, but I would not make it a huge point to go if you are in a time crunch. We had time so we decided to...More

1  Thank travelrvo
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9 July 2018|
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Response from LondonBritAbroad | Reviewed this property |
I dont remember seeing any there. Its mainly clothes, books, nick nacks etc
15 January 2018|
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Response from Karen G | Reviewed this property |
On their FB page in response to a question asking if they are open over Easter weekend - jáþað verður opið skírdag, laugardag og annan í páskum frá kl. 11 - 17. Which roughly translated is 'yes, we are open over the... More
7 January 2018|
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Response from marekw | Reviewed this property |
The market is not 'the best' place for sweaters or much of anything. it is an OK market and worth looking in but keep your expectations well under control. If you are travelling outside of Reykjavik you may do much better... More
15 December 2017|
Response from marekw | Reviewed this property |
There is a modest food market at the back where you can get a variety of seafood. But this is only when the market is open which is on the weekends.
2 September 2017|
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Response from QuodErat | Reviewed this property |
Not sure about "sand". But there were several vendors selling jewelry made from naturally rounded basalt beach pebbles.