Lanzarote Marktstand

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Monday

Weekly market "La Recova" Arrecife

Monday to Friday: 09:00 to 14:00
Address:
Calle Manuel Miranda / Calle de la Liebre
Arrecife, Lanzarote 35500
Geo: 28.959403, -13.546863

The weekly market "La Recova" in Arrecife can be found in the courtyard of the town hall "Ayuntamiento de Arrecife". The entrances to the oldest market square of the island are from Calle Manuel Miranda, Calle Liebre and during the opening hours of the Town Hall through its entrance on Avenida de Vargas. Above the two side entrances there is a sign saying "La Recova".
You will find a rich selection of fruits and vegetables, tropical and legumes, nuts, wines, cheeses and sausages, bread and pastries from the bakery and handicrafts.

Tuesday

Market at the port of Puerto Calero

Tuesday and Friday 09:00 - 14:00
Address:
35571 Puerto Calero

Geo: 28.917851, -13.702728

The harbor atmosphere supports the flair of this market, the modern ambience of the marina harmonizes with the market stalls and give a nice picture.
Here you will find: souvenirs, costume jewelery, leather goods, handicrafts, clothing and products made of aloe vera. It is a contemplative market that sensibly complements and enriches the existing range of goods.
In addition to high-quality boutiques and shops, there are some of the best restaurants right on the promenade overlooking the harbor.

Wednesday

Artisan market in Pueblo Marinero

Wednesday 18:00 - 22:00, Friday 17:00 - 22:00
Address:
Pueblo Marinero

35508 Costa Teguise
Geo: 28.997140, -13.491550

César Manrique created this architectural work of art in the 70s, it shows the original charm of a Canarian village.
The market square with the adjoining typical houses, no higher than two floors, in the island colors white, green and the blue of the sky reminds of an old "fishing village" with small streets, courtyards and residential buildings as in Teguise and Haría.
The evening market consists of several smaller stalls and on Wednesday offers plenty of crafts from the island and invites you to stroll and linger. On Friday, the offer is more influenced by tourist souvenirs.

Market "Charco de San Ginés" Arrecife

Wednesday and Thursday 09:00 - 14:00
Address:
Chargo de San Gines
Arrecife 35500
Geo: 28.961515, -13.544272

This bustling market takes place on the promenade around the "Charco de San Ginés", one of the most beautiful places in Arrecife. Here you will find Canarian crafts and delights of the Canary Islands, the small bridges, cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops invite you to linger and are a beautiful motif for a souvenir photo.

Market Marina Rubicón

Wednesday and Saturday 09:00 - 14:00
Address:
Marina Rubicón
Playa Blanca, Lanzarote 35580
Geo: 28.856748, -13.812802

This atmosphere of the harbor and the ships give this market its special flair. With a view of the white yachts, you can stroll past the stalls directly on the seashore. The products on offer are: pretty handicrafts, leather goods, costume jewelry, clothes, souvenirs, wine, snacks and island-typical goods. Various shops and tapas bars invite you to linger on the beach promenade and make this market visit a special experience.

Thursday

Farmers market Tahíche

Thursday 09:00 - 14:00
Address:
In the Plaza del C.S.C. Santiago El Mayor
Tahiche, 35507
Geo: 29.015456, -13.542423

This market with agricultural products is not a huge market, there are only a few stands with a very large selection of local goods. Here you will find: vegetables, fruits, wine, cheese, chutneys and mojo sauces, fish, meat, bread, cakes, pastries and organic products. This market offers a wonderful opportunity to get in touch with Tahíce's local manufacturers and distributors and to buy their first-class products.
For health-conscious self-caterers in Lanzarote, this market is a secret, you will not visit this market just once.

Market "Charco de San Ginés" Arrecife

Wednesday and Thursday 09:00 - 14:00
Address:
Chargo de San Gines
Arrecife 35500
Geo: 28.961515, -13.544272

This bustling market takes place on the promenade around the "Charco de San Ginés", one of the most beautiful places in Arrecife. Here you will find Canarian crafts and delights of the Canary Islands, the small bridges, cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops invite you to linger and are a beautiful motif for a souvenir photo.

Friday

Craft market in Pueblo Marinero

Wednesday 18:00 - 22:00, Friday 17:00 - 22:00
Address:
Pueblo Marinero

35508 Costa Teguise
Geo: 28.997140, -13.491550

César Manrique created this architectural work of art in the 70s, it shows the original charm of a Canarian village.
The market square with the adjoining typical houses, no higher than two floors, in the island colors white, green and the blue of the sky reminds of an old "fishing village" with small streets, courtyards and residential buildings as in Teguise and Haría.
The evening market consists of several smaller stalls and on Wednesday offers plenty of crafts from the island and invites you to stroll and linger. On Friday, the offer is more influenced by tourist souvenirs.

Market at the port of Puerto Calero

Tuesday and Friday 09:00 - 14:00
Address:
35571 Puerto Calero

Geo: 28.917851, -13.702728

The harbor atmosphere supports the flair of this market, the modern ambience of the marina harmonizes with the market stalls and give a nice picture.
Here you will find: souvenirs, costume jewelery, leather goods, handicrafts, clothing and products made of aloe vera. It is a contemplative market that sensibly complements and enriches the existing range of goods.
In addition to high-quality boutiques and shops, there are some of the best restaurants right on the promenade overlooking the harbor.

Weekly market Puerto del Carmen

Friday 10:00 - 14:00
Address:
Plaza del Varadero
35510 Puerto del Carmen
Geo: 28.920851, -13.671953

The weekly market in the Old Port of Puerto del Carmen impresses with its sympathetic ambiance and the charm of the marina, which has been created over the years. Live music, entertainment program and folklore performances add to the entertainment and give a special impression of Lanzarote's cultural life. During or after the market visit countless bars, restaurants and restaurants invite you to linger. Enjoy a nice meal with this beautiful view of the harbor and the old town.
The products and goods offered are: local foods, vegetables, sea salt, Aloe Vera, wine, textiles, leather goods, handicrafts, jewelry, gifts and souvenirs.

Saturday

Market Marina Rubicón

Wednesday and Saturday 09:00 - 14:00
Address:
Marina Rubicón
Playa Blanca, Lanzarote 35580
Geo: 28.856748, -13.812802

This atmosphere of the harbor and the ships give this market its special flair. With a view of the white yachts, you can stroll past the stalls directly on the seashore. The products on offer are: pretty handicrafts, leather goods, costume jewelry, clothes, souvenirs, wine, snacks and island-typical goods. Various shops and tapas bars invite you to linger on the beach promenade and make this market visit a special experience.

Artisan market in Haría

Saturday 10:00 - 14:30
Adress:
Plaza León y Castillo
Haría, Lanzarote 35520
Geo: 29.146473, -13.499664

Every Saturday, in the market square "Plaza León y Castillo" in Haría, the artisan market "Mercado de Artesanía" takes place.
Here you will find only "Artesanía de Lanzarote" crafts of Lanzarote, in this market, the focus is on handicrafts and organic farming. Authentic souvenirs, embroidery, jewelery and other handicrafts are on offer and of course island-typical fresh products can be found, such as aloe vera and Canarian foods such as cheese, sweets, bread, fruits and vegetables, liqueurs, wine and mojo sauces.
The marketplace itself is a very picturesque place with large trees that provide shade and various shops and bars that invite you to linger on market days.
This market should not be missing on any of your sightseeing tours, here you will experience Lanzarote pure and unadulterated.

Weekly market Tías

Saturday 09:00 - 14:00
Address:
Plaza Leandro Fajardo
Tías, 35572
Geo: 28.954234, -13.653370

The market takes place on the square of the chapel "Ermita de San Antonio" and has a very nice ambiance.
There are many products on offer: fruits, vegetables, bread and cakes, dried fish, meat, liqueurs, as well as handicrafts, jewelry, clothing and shoes, art and folklore.

Tourist- and handicraft market Arrecife

Saturday 09: 00-14: 00
Address:
Iglesia de San Gines, Plaza de Las Palmas
Arrecife, 35500
Geo: 28.959469, -13.547486

This colorful and lively tourist and craft market takes place every Saturday in the historic center of Arrecife. Between the pedestrian area and the Plaza de Las Palmas, a variety of products are offered at the market stalls, with fruits, vegetables, fish and handicrafts you can enjoy the nice atmosphere. Live music, cultural activities and folkloric performances make your visit a unique experience. In the adjacent small streets are various tapas bars, restaurants and shops to find, which invite you to take a leisurely stroll and linger.

Sunday

Agricultural market Tinajo

Sunday 09:00 - 14:00
Address:
Calle Virgen de los Dolores
Mancha Blanca, 35560
Geo: 29.044491, -13.681398

This market, which is mostly visited by locals, is located directly opposite the chapel "Ermita de los Dolores" and is considered an insider's tip. In the brick stalls "Souks" are different agricultural goods, from fresh fruit and vegetables directly from the field over meat and fish products, cheese, bread, jams and local truffle "papas crías" to wine and handicrafts, the offer ranges. There are folkloric dance groups and you can watch how products are made.
This market offers a nice alternative to the Sunday market in Teguise. Here you can experience the Canary culture up close and get a lot closer to it.

Sunday market Villa Teguise

Sunday 09:00 - 14:00
Address:
Calle Jose Betancor, Teguise 35530
Geo: 29.060226, -13.559375

The Sunday market in Villa Teguise is the largest on the island and is one of Lanzarote's highlights. Thousands of visitors transform this otherwise serene place into a grand bazaar, while the stalls stand side by side in the small streets. The offer ranges from antiques, wickerwork, embroidery, jewelry, souvenirs, handicrafts and ceramics to Aloe-Vera, home-baked bread, homemade jams, sweets, fruit, vegetables, cheese and wine, clothes and shoes.
Various artists, street musicians and folklore groups, with their songs, traditional dances and costumes, convey an almost oriental flair. The local shops are open in the white, bright houses, and the bars and restaurants offer tapas, local specialties and wine.
If you are on holiday in Lanzarote, you should definitely visit this market.