Haria Artesanal
Haria Artesanal
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Handcraft Market, all saturday from 10 to 14.30 in a beatiful square. 60 shops, whit real hancraft from Lanzarote.
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MatchingKathy
Kent, UK68 contributions
Jan 2020
The bread, cheese and vegetable stalls are always popular and worth visiting if self catering. There is a crepe van too. The craft stalls are also worth a browse as most of the displays provide something different.
This is a small market, set in the town square where you can enjoy a coffee or breakfast too. It is nothing like Teguise market and we much prefer it.
There is also a food market which opens more frequently...past the town hall. It serves hot food too.
If you stay for lunch, try La Puerta Verde - excellent food in a nice atmosphere with good service.
Written January 21, 2020
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r0landbrunner
Zurich, Switzerland1,799 contributions
Dec 2020
it's a nice Saturday excursion to the little town of Haria, up on the northern hills. just beside the church is this little market with a bit of food (some great bread!) and lots of freak things. pretty touristic, but the way to come here is sure worth the effort, not just for this market.
Written December 19, 2020
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Hector
Holywood, UK144 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
The Haría market is a really beautiful spectacle to watch of a Saturday morning. There are actually some very good souvenir stalls with items one can't find in all the other tourist shops, which is nice, and there is some very nice food - cheese, crêpes etc. Also, there are a lot of arts and crafts stalls (not really my thing).
The atmosphere is great and it feels much more local and less touristy than those in Teguise and Playa Blanca. The Plaza which it takes place is absolutely beautiful with its overarching trees and traditional restaurants.
Parking should not be an issue, as Haría has several car parks throughout.
A bit of a drive for some, but worth it I think, if you want to relax for an hour or two and watch the world go by.
Written February 17, 2018
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Martin P
Tewkesbury, UK190 contributions
Aug 2014 • Couples
Having rented a car for a few days, we made a point of visiting the artisans' market. It's not like so many of these faux, touristy places. There are genuinely gifted people there, making everything from bread to jewellery. We were really impressed with a woman making jewellery using murano glass. She was happy to explain the process, and watching her work was a privilege.

A happy couple of hours, we left with earrings, bread, olives and some really tasty cheese.

Recommended.
Written August 4, 2014
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MikeOC
Galway, Ireland48 contributions
Jun 2018
Most genuine market on the island set in one of the most scenic villages on the island. Consists of local products clothes (shirts)/ lace, aloe, crafts, hand rolled cigars rather than the mass produced often fake items available in the other markets.
Set in a lovely square with plenty of trees to shelter under, it is also a good spot to stock up on your local veg, bread cheese which are also sold there.
There is a couple of food stalls where you can get crepes etc to keep you going.
We visited during the Fiesta San Juan and the show by the Diablos de Haria that evening with the fire displays and fireworks and bonfire was superb as was the music etc in the market site afterwards.
Written July 18, 2018
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Joan C
United Kingdom6 contributions
Sep 2019
If you don’t do anything else please go to Haria on a Saturday morning when the place is buzzing with stalls selling their artisan wares. The village is wonderful in architectural buildings. Then finish it off with coffee and cake at the original cafe at the start of the market. Highly recommended
Written October 4, 2019
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alchermist 🇬🇧 🇺🇦
Southport, UK4,659 contributions
Sep 2019
Firstly if staying in Playa Blanca and you take the vineyards road, not the LZ, its worth it for the drive alone, get there early as parking is at a premium,market is on a Saturday and starts at 10.00am, not a huge amount of stalls but all items are unique, handmade and not a knock off in sight, we never come to Lanzarote without coming here.
Written September 26, 2019
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Joyce B
Carlisle, UK156 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
Well worth a visit. Most of things on sale made on the island. I bought a beautiful bracelet. Good local produce for sale, we bought some beautiful strawberries and slices of apple tart, very tasty. Not a huge market but well worth a visit.
Written July 1, 2018
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Christopher H
London, UK76 contributions
Oct 2017 • Couples
It's fair to say that this market in Haria is what most tourists would expect the Teguise market to be. Of course, if you've been to Teguise market, you'll know it's just full of fake goods with one or two actual market stalls out of hundreds actually selling quality goods.

The artisan market in Haria is essentially about 15-30 stalls of real local people producing high-quality artisan products at what can only be described as affordable prices.

From local painters selling A2 prints for €75 to potters selling beautiful traditionally made pots and other pottery all the way to glassmakers and bakers/cooks.

It's a real mix of artists and specialists who produce beautiful products. I really highly recommend it.
Written October 18, 2017
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A1M2G
Manchester, UK74 contributions
Oct 2019 • Couples
Bit of a car trip via country hair pin bends to Haria! Make sure you arrive early to park up or go via coach.
Very good market. Locally hand crafted items at a variety of price points such as paintings, jewellery, woven items, ceramics etc. and produce such as breads, cheeses, vegetables etc. Better than some of the coastal markets.
Lovely small town too.
On Saturdays.
Written October 26, 2019
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