We loved our visit here! We learned a lot about their history and the markets are enchanting! Fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, a lovely mix of smells and eye-catching markets.
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This city market provides all the most exotic and also commonplace foods and essentials you will need for your kitchen. Beyond the food on sale and the bustling bars and cafés. the general atmosphere inspires poetry and wonder.
You must not visit Tenerife without visiting the capital and this lovely market. Known as 'la recova', it was opened in 1944, and built at the same time as the bridge you cross to get there. In front of the market is a sculpture of...More
I love markets, but this one will always remain as a special one in my heart. It's close to the buss stop.I't full of amazing products and amazing food. If you want to try the local food this is where you can find affordable and...More
There you can find nice fruits and veggies, herbs, tea houses, organic shops, home made ice cream/desserts and some artisans with their art. It's definitely worth the visit. Usually, every Sunday until 3 p.m. there is a big flea market on the streets surrounding. Recommend...More
I liked very much this market , I came in the evening not realizing they close at 2pm and its a shame ! I came back another day earlier and its a great place for fish and meats either take home or eat in !...More
Loads of unusual items for presents to take home. And an opportunity to have a sit down, a cool drink and people watch.
This market has it all. I highly recommend spending a day or two here visiting the stands. Just make sure you go before 2 pm because it closes by then.