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Fresh fruit, meats, and nuts everywhere you turned! The locals without knowing heaps of English were so friendly and would let you taste anything they were sampling! I would recommend picking up some fruit on the way to the beach it’s a tasty snack that...More
Yes there are plenty of larger stalls which may well have "foreign" produce and yes I would support your local producers but, to me, the people on the tables in the middle with small quantities of tomatoes, peppers, wonderfully sweet little figs etc etc look...More
Nothing is local. Everyhing is improved from other countries. Looking at that - overpriced.
In every adriatic town almost every local (where you stay at) has his own vegetables and fruit, so: do buy from them.
When ventured through this market while on a Split Cooking Class excursion. The fruits and vegetables were fresh and so brightly colors. Prices change throughout the market. They sell by the weight no matter what you buy. There are also souvenir vendors but we were...More
I love the bustle of this square.
The many vendors vying for your attention.
It is difficult to choose who to buy from so in the end the personality wins as all the produce is great quality.
The shouting and haggling all add to the...More
This is so removed from an everyday supermarket experience. The selection of fruit and vegetables for sale is vast. Here there is no quality or size control. Much of the produce seems to come from tiny home grown producers. A brilliant experience.
This is a place that is open from early morning at about 7am. Young and old generations in their tents offer different products.
You can feel Dalmatian atmosphere,talking and smile.
From a fresh fruit and vegetables every day till hand made products,souvenirs and everything u...More
Nice to walk around, smells very nice of course and love all the colours of the fruit displayed together. There were LOADS of wasps though and even though they don't bother me, the thought of the fruit lying in that heat all day covered in...More