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Plenty of stalls all selling Fake designer goods. The only original stall there was selling hanging ornaments made from recycled Nexpresso pods. Was very busy the day we went (Thursday 6th December). For wannabees looking for fake designer goods then this market is for you,...More
Market is open on Sundays and Tuesdays and its cleaner than few years back. Shopkeepers are friendly and not so bushy than last time and there are good stuff to buy. There are also new restaurant and toilets, which is a improvement. If you love...More
If visiting the market, the advice and common sense would be to arrive at either its opening or closing!
Avoid mid day as apart from the intense heat, the crowds mean that you shuffle along with little appetite for browsing which is what the market...More
established market which offers the norm of Handbags/ purses and usual leather goods, or look alikes, with additionally cosmetics, footware, tourist items, and clothing etc , Bargaining a must and do expect some cutting remarks back if you try to bargain too hard, cheap as...More
Following up on a review left in June 2018, the bus number from Puerto de la Cruz to Los Christianos is 343 not 345. I expect this was a typo. Return bus fare for a couple is about 42 euros using prepaid card (a saving...More
In the market i bought two pieces of cloth from a very nice lady, they need minimum water, swing around and become very cold, i was gob smacked and bought two in case they would help and WOW wish i had bought more, what an...More
Plenty of dodgy merch available, they will not haggle, so no fun there...if you are after football kits, ask to see the "real" ones, these will set you back around 20-25 Euros for child sizes for a full kit, don't pay any more and shop...More
Response from CHARLESKH | Reviewed this property |
Hi, well going it’s a bit of walk possibly about 45-50 minutes to an hour, it also depends on how many bars/restaurants or shops you may stop at! Going and coming back. From the port area round the bay,calla Juan Bariajo on... More
Hi, well going it’s a bit of walk possibly about 45-50 minutes to an hour, it also depends on how many bars/restaurants or shops you may stop at! Going and coming back. From the port area round the bay,calla Juan Bariajo on to paseo dulce Maria loinaz on to av.juan Alfonso Batista and along to the Market. There are ramp ways and steps all the way round,mostly flat but not all. Probably following the crowd on market day. The walk around the path is fairly easy with nice views. Hope this helps