There is a broad, varied array of street markets to be found in Andalusia. Each town and village usually has a set day of the week for market sellers to set up their stalls and offer local people their wares, some of which are not usually available in the village in question. These markets usually sell fruit, vegetables, clothes, footwear and accessories, along with household items (pots, pans, sheets, blankets, etc.).
Other markets not to be missed if you have the opportunity are antiques, ceramics and furniture markets. Here you can find everything from very valuable items to simple curios. They are usually held at weekends or when there is a special fiesta in the town or village in question.
You can also visit craft and costume jewellery stalls in the historic centre of certain towns and villages or in coastal holiday destinations. These markets not only offer a wide variety of products but you will also find a highly mixed crowd of people that add colour and cheer to the market itself.
Discovering the street markets of towns and villages gives you an insight into the people and customs of each place. Don’t miss the chance to discover a world of imagination and unusual items.