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Only on Saturday can this really be called a market, as this is the only day that there are any stalls selling other than cheap clothing, mostly of Asian/Indian origin. Walking through the market on any day is like "running the gauntlet" as the over...More
Visited the market about noon on a Saturday. Outside stalls with more durable goods. Inside a feast for the eyes with fish and seafood, beautiful fruits and vegetables. Nuts, dried fruit, beans, herbs, everything!
There are 2 permanent Market Halls, one fish, the other fruit and vegetables, plus an outdoor food market on Saturday mornings. Not really a tourist attraction unless you are self catering.
We found that by arriving at around 11.30 - 12.00, when traders are packing...More
Absolutely lovely experience. As a vegetarian this is a perfect place to pick up a wide variety of fresh fruit and vegetables. They also have a good selection of dried fruits and nuts. On Saturdays the market extends along the street lining the coast with...More
Made a pit-stop there from Faro to Tavira after a local's recommendation. There is parking nearby and even though metered, really cheap for Europe (2h was around 1€), but the streets are narrow and the traffic was busy on a Saturday, so it might take...More
Open daily from 07:00 to 13:00 except on sundays.
One of the most typical market of the region, taken place inside 2 large red buildings along the marina. One building is dedicated to fish, the other one to fruits & vegs, meat and more.
Response from christine0253 | Reviewed this property |
There are a few clothes shoes and bags at Saturday market but mostly fruit and veg it’s not a very good one really .the main market halls are on all week in the mornings with one of them being the fish market and the... More
There are a few clothes shoes and bags at Saturday market but mostly fruit and veg it’s not a very good one really .the main market halls are on all week in the mornings with one of them being the fish market and the other one fruit . the better markets are at quarteira on Wednesday and loule on Saturday mornings hope this helps