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Farmers Fair (Ferias del Agricultor)

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Michelle M wrote a review Jan. 2020
72 contributions18 helpful votes
We stayed in Atenas and bought our produce at the local farmers market on the Friday (runs Fridays 3pm-9pm, Sat all day). The produce was so much fresher than what you would find in the local Maxi Pali. Also, saw a huge difference in produce freshness when staying in Atenas vs coastal in Puntarenas. If you're staying in Atenas, try and check the market out to stock up on your produce. Can't go wrong!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Heyheihei wrote a review Aug. 2019
121 contributions54 helpful votes
Nice outdoor market Friday afternoon. Can’t say prices were cheap but less expensive than tourist trinket stores. Nice array of fruits and vegetables. Poured down rain during our visit which made it more interesting.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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momof4RhodeIsland wrote a review Jul. 2019
Narragansett, Rhode Island63 contributions32 helpful votes
We visited on a Saturday morning, and it was pretty hot and humid! There was a small area for caged Costa Rican kitties who had been abandoned, they were advocating for adopting a cat, and these cats were sweet but so hot, panting in the humidity! The farmers market was about one square block, most of the vendors spoke some English, but with our elementary Spanish we were able to commuinicate well. We bought Costa Rican Lichees (Mamon Chino) as well as strawberries, which we ate across the street under the shade of a tree by the water. We also bought some wooden tongs and a hot-plate, both were reasonably priced, and even with our limited Spanish, we could barter a little for the price. Cuanto Cuesto?, which means how much is it, went a long way, and we could do some negotiating. Very authentic experience, there is a great variety of produce and crafts. If you have kids who have taken some Spanish in school, this is a great way to let them practice, and also support the local economy in Quepos.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Clarinda S wrote a review Mar. 2019
Kokomo51 contributions13 helpful votes
We went 2 times as you can’t beat the price on produce. There is a huge variety of fruits and vegetables, also baked goods and meats. Everything is so fresh. Loved walking around and exploring!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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SherpaS2 wrote a review Nov. 2018
Minneapolis, Minnesota13 contributions12 helpful votes
The Quepos farmers market happens every Friday (all day) and on Saturday until noon. It's not very big, about half a square block, but always worth a peak. We stayed at a condo this year with a full kitchen so obviously had more incentive to stock up for the week. But even if you only have a hotel room it's a good place to meet locals. ask questions and try something you might not otherwise experience. Definitely check out the Rambutans if you've never had one! (see pic). Friday late afternoon seems to be the busiest as locals head to the market after work. Saturdays seem much more quiet. You'll probably find it easier to park, if you have a rental car, if you go earlier on Friday or anytime before noon on Saturday. The market has a wide variety of fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as some folks selling handcrafted souvenirs. All of the vendors have a calculator to show you the price so don't worry if your Spanish is rusty or non-existent. Most, if not all, will accept dollars but colones are the easiest. It's super easy to find as it sits on the south side of downtown Quepos just before the marina on one of the busiest corners in Quepos. Impossible to miss. Take a peak and enjoy!More
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Date of experience: November 2018
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