Markets on Lanzarote

 

Arrecife

Every Wednesday and Thursday at Charco San Gines from 9 am to 2 pm market. Everything from the "Marken" watch over the 10 € janans to the African buschtrommel or organic vegetables. (Pay attention to the Biolabel!). Do not expect too much, mainly cheap goods from Asia ...

Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 2 pm is in the "Recova" of Arrecife market. The market is in the old market halls of Arrecife (near the church of San Gines). Access to the market square from Calle Manuel Miranda and Calle de la Liebre. A wooden sign with the inscription "Recova" hangs over the access doors.

Every Saturday, from 10am to 2pm. Is Mercado Turístico de Arrecife, the tourist market, in the center of Arrecife, our main island.
Nomen est omen, here between 150 and 200 traders are waiting for tourists with their market stalls - in the main one of the cruise ships - to sell their goods. Most of the cheap goods from Asia and the African continent, a handful of artisans and around 70 stands with food from the island's wine, cheese to sweet or vegetables.

Every Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm Flohmarkt in the bar / café A La Vuelta in the market Recova in Arrecife. The stands are free of charge. For further information please call 63073243


Costa Teguise

Always on Fridays from 17:30 to 22 hrs market with art and kitsch at the Pueblo Marinero.

Güime

On the last Saturday of the month, ie on 24 January, in February on the 27th and in March also on the 27th, there is a flea market in the Sociedad in Güime from 10 am to 12:30 pm.


The art market in the heart of Haría (photo above), in the north of Lanzarotes and the Mercado de Abastos, mini-market halls on Calle de la Longuera in Haría. This is where the Residents meet Saturday at the chat. Photos: Bernard / Lanzarote37 °

haría

Every Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm is a cozy little handicraft market. Sellers must have their goods inspected. Only self-made can be offered.


The Mercado de Abastos (El Abasto) in Haría, Calle de la Longuera, is open from 9 am to 2 pm, and offers shopping for the inhabitants of the villages in the north of Lanzarotes in five small streets. There is a small organic shop, a fish shop, a butcher's shop, a fruit and vegetable trader and a bakery, which also offers chickens and other, ready-made dishes. The products are largely from the island, fresh and relatively cheap, so it is worthwhile to consider this place in its purchases as a shopping possibility. The opening hours of the shops: The fish shop is open on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm, the small butcher shop and the fruit and vegetable store open on Mondays and Fridays from 9 am to 1 pm and Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm Open Mondays to Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm.

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During the summer months, the monthly Rastrojoven, the youth flea market of the municipality of Haría, moves from its usual location in Plaza de Haría to the fishing village of Punta Mujeres. On 7 August and 4 September 2011 the young people will be delighted to see their stands at the CSC El Marinero between 16.30 and 20.30 hours.

The youth department of the municipality of Haría also organizes a flea market on the picturesque market square of the village every first Sunday of the month from 4 pm to 8 pm. If you want to sell, you can get information about "Punto Joven" under 928 83 50 09 or 928 83 52 51.


Mancha Blanca

Every Sunday, 9am-2pm, there is a farm market in Mancha Blanca.

If you want, you can take a free bus shuttle to the Timanfaya area from the market (departure: 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 13:30) to see the fire mountains. Feuerberge-Tour for Adults 8 €, Res. 1,50 €, Children & 12 years free.


The Great Feria de Artesanía in Mancha Blanca is always held at the beginning of September in Mancha Blanca, next to the church "Los Dolores" near Tinajo. At the trade fair you can find all kinds of traditional Canarian products such as Canarian cigars, clay goods, embroidery, basket weaving and hats from straw to delicious Canary cheese and, of course, the different wines of the island.


The farm market in Uga is right next to the church and also offers products like the Mercado de Abastos in Haria (photo above)
Mayor Gladys Acuña paid a visit to the market. Photos: Ayuntamiento Yaiza

Uga

Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 2pm, Makt is in Uga, right next to the church. Cheese, yoghurt, vegetables, wine, licorice and pastries according to the lanzarote style and artisan.

The bargain market in Calle Papagayo in Playa Blanca has zero ambience, but as the name suggests, bargains can be made.
The marina Puerto Rubicon has an unbeatable ambience right next to the water and - as usual in Playa Blanca - always nice weather! Photos: Susanne Bernard / Lanzarote37 °

Playa Blanca

Market in marina Marina Rubicón in Playa Blanca

Every Wednesday and Saturday, 9am-2pm, there is a market at the Puerto Rubicón marina in Playa Blanca. Pretty, handmade items and unbeatable ambience.


Market at the Plaza Hotel Princesa Yaiza

Mon., 11 am - 4 pm, and Fri, 5 pm - 10 pm, there is a handicraft market on the square in front of Hotel Princesa Yaiza.


Market in the CC El Pueblo Las Coloradas

On Mondays 10 to 14 is the craft market at CC El Pueblo Las Coloradas in Playa Blanca.

 
Puerto del Carmen

CAR BOOTSALE

Usually every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at the cart track behind the petrol station on the road from Playa Honda (airport) to Matagorda (Puerto del Carmen), 9.30 to 12.30 hours each. Here the dates in February and March 2010:

In February 2010 on the 2nd, 16th and 23rd of February

In March 2010 on the 6th and 20th of March ..

Parking space reservation at Paul - 10 € per parking space

Please call 676 812 439 or e-mail:

paulsmarketcarbootgmail.com

The weekly market in Tías takes place directly behind the church and can not be missed. Again, there are island-typical products, which are very delicious. Even if the dried fish does not necessarily correspond to the European palate ... Photo: Lanzarote37 ° / Bernard

Tías

Every Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm weekly market in Tías. Nice ambience with numerous products for the kitchen fresh from the field and from the sea: fruit, vegetables (also organic!), Bread and cakes, dried fish, meat and fine liqueurs made according to Grandma's recipes.

The sun-drenched market in Teguise is the main attraction of the island, thousands of strollers past the dealers' stands and can be infected by the almost Arabic flair. Photos: Lanzarote37 ° / Bernard

Teguise

Every Sunday, from 9am to 2pm, the market is where you can find everything your heart desires: crepes to your hand, your personal horoscope, kitsch and art, jewelery and trinkets, real and imitation and whole grain bread from a real Schwarzwaldbäcker!

Every Sunday on the Teguise market:
Benefit flea market for the children of Kiki

Every Sunday the resident Kiki Edel with a charity second hand flea market is on the Sunday market of Teguise. Kiki supports a children's home in Katmandu.

Who likes it can also play bingo there: bet 1 €

http://ongkikinepal.blogspot.com.es/p/asociacion-benefica-los-ninos-de-kiki.html">More about Kiki in her blog: http://ongkikinepal.blogspot.com.es/p/asociacion-benefica-los-ninos-de-kiki.html

Mike White
Author: Mike WhiteWebsite: www.lanzaroteflare.com
Writer, thinker and rider of the deep blue waves. However, a frequent traveller when time allows being part of Lanzarote since 2013.
You can find me running around Costa Teguise in the morning flare or feasting on local tapas in the afternoon.
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