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Love a market and there’s everything you want or need here from fruit and veg to clothes, Jewellery, shoes and cooked chickens! It’s in a beautiful area but the market run is long and mostly under cover so it’s so hot plus the Spanish don’t...More
Plenty of fresh fruit and veg if that's what you are looking for and loads of clothing and shoe stalls.
More of a tourist market with the usual copy tshirts and shorts of designer brands at good prices.
The area of Villaricos is lovely but...More
If you love local Spanish markets, then the Villaricos weekly market should not be missed! It's all things good about markets, from cheap fake goods shoes handbags etc. Through to beautiful cheap fresh local produce including spices and lovely cooked chickens with herbs at great...More
On every Sunday, this little market stretches the length of Villaricos and is particularly good for fruit and veg, spices, clothes (fakes) and roast chicken. There are also a couple of Churros kiosks if you want something sugary sweet. We always stock up on fruit...More
Quite a nice experience to go here on a Sunday morning, potter about getting spices, fruit and veg (bagged up as bargains at 1 Euro towards the end) and then have a leisurely lunch.
Warning: we bought a few leather items from the African traders...More
We were told about this market on the Saturday night, so decided to change our plans and investigate. We parked up at the top of the village and strolled down towards the centre of the village with an ever increasing throng of people. The market...More
Lovely for a wander around on a lazy Sunday morning. Try to get there by 10am before it gets too hot and busy. Fantastic choice of fruit and veg and the rotisserie chickens are delicious. There are also clothes, jewellery, plants, spices etc and several...More
Lovely little village, lots of cheap and nice restaurants. Had a full English and cuppa coffee very nice. Walked the market which had some lovely bits like jewellery and clothes. Would recommend. Only downside was public transport was limited and had to get a taxi...More