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All reviews fruit fish market saturday morning saturday market fresh fish outdoor market seafood local market authentic experience big market large indoor huge range locals and visitors lovely market food supplies feast for the eyes self catering
I wonder where locals buy food - all the stuff here is expensive! get away from the market and see the stunning morals of the old town's folk and the great stork nests on chimneys
I delightful town which in winter has a slow longing...More
A decent sized bustling market that is open all week except Sundays. Saturdays are the best and busiest time. Get there earliesh (8-9am) to get the best fish and they will gut it for you. Take it home and chuck it on the BBQ with...More
We came to Olhao last Monday and it has been unbelievably quiet compared to June when we usually holiday. Come Saturday and the place transforms into an exceptionally busy fishing village. Both indoor markets were packed with sellers and buyers - one naturally full of...More
Two big market halls, one largely fruit and veg and the other fish and seafood, with a street market outside, again largely food. Amazing sights and smells and lots to buy. Cafes, bars, shops and sea-side promenade close by. Definitely not to miss.
Even if you are not planning on cooking, the two markets are worth visiting. We bought several types of fish by pointing and holding up our fingers. Really inexpensive and everything was fresh and delicious.
Next we went through the veg and fruit market. After...More
If you want fresh fish, meat & veg then go to these markets they can get very busy just go with flow & soak up the atmosphere you can't beat it they open at 7am & close at 2pm the earlier you go the better
Response from christine0253 | Reviewed this property |
There are a few clothes shoes and bags at Saturday market but mostly fruit and veg it’s not a very good one really .the main market halls are on all week in the mornings with one of them being the fish market and the... More
There are a few clothes shoes and bags at Saturday market but mostly fruit and veg it’s not a very good one really .the main market halls are on all week in the mornings with one of them being the fish market and the other one fruit . the better markets are at quarteira on Wednesday and loule on Saturday mornings hope this helps