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Went to get out and just have a look around.
The market is large and well spread out but most stalls are selling the same kind of things, there are a few gems but you really have to go looking for them.
if you just...More
Nice place with many stalls where you can find everything and nothing. Great local product like volcanic jewellery but many stalls just selling fake designers brands. Mogán itself is very beautiful and looks like little Venice. Can get there by local ferry from Puerto Rico....More
Every friday there is a big market that stretches throughout all of Puerto de Mogan. You can find anything you want as long as you're a tourist looking for cheap imported souvenirs or clothing. There are a few stalls that actually sell products made on...More
Without much forethought we took the 32 Directo bus to Mogan which meant trolling the bus stops in Playa del Ingles then heading down on the motorway through endless tunnels till we reached Mogan and were dropped off at the Friday market. It was exceptionally...More
I’ll front up and say I’m not much of a shopper/market person anyway, but I have enjoyed interesting and authentic markets before. This is neither. There’s nothing you can’t buy in the tourist shops of Gran Canaria.
The main reason I give this a 2...More
This is probably the largest market I’ve been to on holiday. When you get off the bus you think there are just the stalls around the bus station but then as you walk down to the port you see literally hundreds more. True they are...More
The market is held on Fridays and covers kilometers, starting in the foothills, winding its way through the town, past the beach, into the old town and along the harbor.
Many of the the stalls are repetitive but it’s definitely worth going to, particularly if...More