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AnnieMac wrote a review Feb. 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom2,935 contributions696 helpful votes
We visited at the beginning of February so the antiques market was on too. What an array of goods. Local food produce stalls too with limited produce range due to time of year but looked tasty enough! Thought there might be more local drinks producers as stated in the local blurb we had read. You could get a drink & food to sit & eat from the stalls. Worth a visit. Parking was busy so arrive early. €1.50 charge to park.…
Date of experience: February 2020
David J wrote a review Dec. 2019
37 contributions14 helpful votes
This market takes place on Sunday’s and it’s a fruit and veg market except on the first Sunday when bric a brac and antiques predominate. Parkin is catered for and is free You can get refreshments at several of the stalls
Date of experience: November 2019
Silversurfer4705 wrote a review Sep. 2019
Brufut, Gambia31 contributions11 helpful votes
We have just been for our regular visit to this superb market, when we are in the area we always make a point of going and buying the wonderful food on offer for our evening meal. A real treat!!!
Date of experience: September 2019
Rachel W wrote a review Jun. 2019
Denia, Spain56 contributions26 helpful votes
Perfect place to go and buy local produce. Plenty of fruit and vegetables local cheeses cured meats. Lots of baked food...cocas...empanadillas. Also jewellery..leather goods..pottery and lots more. From 30th June it is on in the evening rather than mornings.
Date of experience: June 2019
2 Helpful votes
Bryan M wrote a review May 2019
Plymouth, United Kingdom18 contributions
We heard about the Riurau at Jesus Pobre and wanted to go and see for ourselves ..it was great, loved it, what a wonderful market. Friendly people and lots to see and buy and all made or produced in and around the area.
Date of experience: May 2019