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Every Saturday morning in the Romantic Zone of beautiful Puerto Vallarta you can browse our farmer's market for freshly baked breads, quality organic vegetables, Sid's World Famous Chili, gorgeous flowers and some of the finest arts and crafts you...more
Pulpito #127 (between Amapas and Olas Altas Streets, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Every Saturday at the beginning of the malecon the locals shops , attisants , bakers , peanut butter maker etc convey to this unique market . You can buy Fresh bread , flowers , local delicacies from private business owner or restaurant’s samples .
It doesn't matter how long you are in Puerto Vallarta, you must take in the Sat morning market.
The ambiance is very pleasant despite the crowds. Go early if you can. The website says they are open from 9;30am to 2pm. But some vendors are...More
We go to the market every Saturday for flowers and sometimes some honey mustard glaze. There are food and craft booths of local and countryside owners and growers. Lots of fun. Plenty to eat. Places to sit. And sometimes music.
I was at the Saturday Market Co-op today and I enjoyed seeing the different things they offered. If I wasn’t going home tomorrow I would have liked to pick up some fresh fruit. There was a wide selections of things ranging from clothing, toys and...More
Loved this market. Sure it caters to the tourists but you can find everything you need for a healthy week's worth of grocery. From the fresh fruit and vegetables to organic cheese and jam. The breads are delicious. And so are the fresh juices. Made...More
Foods at the local markets are safe to eat. I would avoid street taco stands. Vallarta is one of two cities in Mexico with water that has been certified for 15 years and is as safe as any in the US. Nobody gets sick from... More
Foods at the local markets are safe to eat. I would avoid street taco stands. Vallarta is one of two cities in Mexico with water that has been certified for 15 years and is as safe as any in the US. Nobody gets sick from Vallarta water, although I can't say the same for alcohol consumption.