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Managed to get a parking space a little way down the hill in a gravel car park. Steep walk back up and then steps up to the market.
About 10-14 stalks here but very samey stuff on several of the stalls I.e handbags and purses...More
We have visited many Spanish markets on the south coast, from Malaga to Alicante.
Markets like Nerja (Tuesdays) and Torrox (Mondays) offer Spanish trinkets, glitter, fake bags and clothing from China :-(
The Villaricos market offered the usual imported stuff, but we also saw several...More
Although the market is small, there are a few bargains. My teenage son got a leather belt for 8 euros and the other son had a pair of replica Adidas trainers.
The best part of this visit is the pueblo itself. I have never been...More
Ideal if you want knock-off bags, watches, sunglasses and €1 jumbo sale clothes.
Boring if you're expecting hand-crafted items, souvenirs and cultural pieces.
Bargain fabric tonne bought though if you're a sewing wizard or fancy a project.
Quaint little market..! Nice food stalls (fantastic fruit and veg), but the rest is pretty average (clothes, leather goods and accessories). Nearby Turre, Garrucha and Vera markets are much bigger (Garrucha's is HUGE) and better. Visit Mojacar's if only to spend some time exploring the...More
Not worth the trip today. A few fruit and vegetable stalls, one meat/cheese van and the cooked chicken van. One of the local shopkeepers told me that at this time of year it is very small but much bigger in the summer. I would recommend...More
Market is in the fishing village. It's very cheap too, the only thing I didn't like was it's all up hill other than that it's well worth going. There are some lovely places to eat to and the bus stops right by it.
Best part of the visit was the bus journey with hair pin bends and magnificent views - well worth the 1.20 euro fare! Spent 12-15minutes viewing the same old same old tat!
Nice sterling silver stall and knowledgeable staff but overall not great!
We went to the Mojacar street market expecting it to be similar to the market in Garrucha. We were a bit disappointed. It was made up if about twenty stalls ,some of which had some nice clothing. The stalls all had more or less the...More