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The market's food and condiments section is bustling and exciting - traders sing, cry out to customers and try to tempt even obvious tourists into buying their wares. If you've ever wanted to see a giant swordfish or creepy-looking monsters from the deep, this is...More
Compared to other markets we saw in our travels this one was ok. Had some nice spices and fresh food but a lot of repetition. There was a small market with only local products inside a church around the corner when we were there. I...More
It's always interesting to explore the local markets while visiting, and this one is no different. It's not huge, but you can buy anything from clothes to fish to spices to meats etc etc. Or just enjoy a beer or ice cream and watch the...More
This market is open from about 7am and it appears that it is where the locals come and buy their food.A very nice atmosphere and some nice e products to buy.Definately recommend spending an hour here and having a coffee at the bar in the...More
We stopped in Ortigia for an afternoon as part of a tour group. We had some time to meander and I had a great time interacting with the locals. There’s a lot of pride the Sicilians have around their food. Lots to see and buy....More
Whilst having a stroll around, my wife and I came across the Ortigia market, which can be found right next to the Temple of Apollo.
We enjoy coming across places like this as it can be a cultural lesson.
The market offers a wide assortment...More