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This open market is a hive of activity, noise, color and high-energy, where you can buy any of Madeira's specialties from fresh fish and vegetables to exotic flowers and local crafts. Purchase tropical fruits, vegetables and spices on the upper...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Rua Brigadeiro Oudinout, Funchal, Madeira 9060-209, Portugal
All reviews fish market stall holders fruit and veg scabbard fish tuna flower sellers fish section great market self catering stalls selling worth a visit for sale beautiful flowers madeira wine bulbs espada beets
This is a great central market. Go early in the day as they begin to close up in the early afternoon. They had an amazing array of fruits that I'd never seen before. Lots of fruits typical to this island. Also a good place to...More
We like to visit the local markets wherever we go for holidays with my wife! It’s worth a visit, but be very careful with your money! The exotic fruit shop for example they put in our bag rotten fruits to make it heavier and charge...More
We nearly walked past the market, but I wanted to show my fiancée the pained tiles in the entrance so we went in
The fruit stalls in there are just incredible - the first one we went to was amazing - they insisted we try...More
An interesting market with beautiful displays. Be warned about the fruit selling scam. You are offered a taste of all different fruits on the back of your hand. If you choose to buy fruit, they put different fruit to that selected in a plastic bag...More
Fruit sellers stop you as you are walking past, to give you a taste of their fruit, then they charge you a hyper-inflated price for a few rotten bananas & complain if you don’t want to buy. Just horrible
I love markets. They’re full of locals and have local food. This one is open daily. Huge fish market on basement floor. Fruit and veg on first floor. You can taste and try all kinds of exotic things. One of the few things I would...More
If you arrive by cruise ship you won’t have the choice but if you staying in Maderia visit the market on a Friday. Prices are cheaper and the selection vast since all the local producers get free stalls for one day a week. Excellent fish,...More
The market is a great place to wander through and bargains can be had but just be careful when you’re offered a taste of fruit, veg or sweets as they will expect you to buy and it can be more expensive than you’re expecting!
Very busy but worth a visit. Very colourful and full of life. The fish market is worth visiting to see the selling and filleting of the days catch. A full miscellaneous of goods are on sale, but always keep an eye on the price and...More