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Big market in the car park on the harbourfront in Arguineguin. Mainly selling fake designer stuff, wallets, souvenirs... One or two stalls selling fruit and veg, spices (aimed at tourists), kids clothes, towels etc. One memorable stall had a man making little glass ornaments before...More
This is quite a commercialised market selling counterfeit designer goods, toys, belts & wallets, table cloths etc and some local produce/products.
The artisan market is situated in the square (accessible via the steps leading up to the square) near the beach at Calle de Lajilla...More
Got the bus here from Playa del Inglis. Spent about 45 to 50 minutes wandering the stalls. Usual fair. Bought some sunglasses, leather belts and a wallet. Some stall sellers have fixed prices and these are often the true locals. Didn't get into bartering with...More
These stallholders move round the island. Unless you are looking for good leather items, it's not worth a special visit. However Arguineguin maintains it's old charm and is worth a visit.
Only 200 metres away up the small hill that overlooks the port is an...More
I love markets!
We got the bus from Puerto Rico and were a bit concerned about knowing where to get off but no need - the bus driver shouted "mercado!" and everyone got off and we just followed the crowd!
We soon discovered that the...More
You can get to this large market by bus from Faro de Mspalomas and this is probably the best way of travelling there as parking can be a bit of a nightmare. Get off the bus at the first stop in town as the market...More
We visited last Tuesday expecting to find a local traditional market but instead found a busy market with cheap 'curios' and lots, fake handbags and clothes. Very disappointing. It was very busy in town which made parking extremely difficult. I'd definitely avoid going. It put...More