One of the best Canarian markets in the north of Lanzarote
The town of Teguise, in Lanzarote, becomes a great market town every Sunday morning. Its central, narrow streets, its main square and other corners fill up with colour, music and its many visitors, making it a reference point for handcraft lovers on the island. Its growing reputation has meant more car parks have been opened due to the great affluence of tourists proving how successful and well known it has become over the years.
Shopping for handcrafts and bargaining in the north of Lanzarote
In contrast to other markets, the art of bargaining is very widespread and this has probably contributed to its popularity as it allows market goers to get everything at the best possible price. Pottery, leather goods, wickerwork, clothes, wine, cheese, fruit, it’s all here. Besides, the local music groups, the warm sunshine, the white of the traditional houses, the bars, cafes and restaurants open for breakfast or lunch all add to this very pretty picture, one which you cannot afford to miss.