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This is a neat way to experience the culture. If you haven't visited a marketplace like this before, you should know everything is very very negotiable. It is under a covered area, therefore, we went one day when it was raining, not to waste a...More
We visited Castries and the Market on a Monday. There are a couple sides to the market: one that sells local produce in the back, packaged products in the front and in a separate building primarily trinkets etc.
Almost all the stalls sold the same...More
Due to Hurricane Issac and everything being cancelled and no sign of rain, we decided to check out the Market on a Thursday. The majority of the shops were closed. I was hoping for more of a selection, but most of the stands offered the...More
When we visited there was not really any other tourists. There was some closed stalls, but enough for us To get souvenirs And lunch.
There are Two bits To The market, a foodie part And across The road, nearer The water, a souvenir/clothes section.
We were in Saint Lucia for a week and we had a few people to buy some souvenirs for before we went home. We passed this market on the way to the resort from the airport so we decided to visit it a few days...More
Nice place to experience the local day to day life , the market is huge but most stalls selling the same things , make sure you use your haggling skills to get some bargains , very friendly people and a pleasant no thank you usually...More
The market was just a typical carribean island poor area market. Every stall in the market has pretty much the same stuff, but was able to get some cute things for my young daughters. My husband got a t shirt. Be prepared to be pressured...More