Green Market

Green Market, Split: Address, Green Market Reviews: 4/5

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Deirdre Tampa
362 contributions
Couples
This is open 7 days a week from early morning until 1pm. But remember, the best stuff goes early! We bought delicious figs and fruit. As tourists, it's best to go to vendors who have the prices already marked or they may take advantage!
Written October 19, 2021
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MPMKM
Ridgeland, SC449 contributions
This is a fantastic market. Surrounded by butcher shops the green market has all of the fresh veg and fruits from the surrounding countryside along with artisan made olive oil, cheese and honey. Almost all speak English. I am staying here a month and for a weeks worth of food, fruit veg and meat (beef, chicken and pork) I paid roughly $12.00. That's for 6 days of dinners and lunches. AMAZING.
Written February 4, 2020
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PCMAN1964
Bristol, UK380 contributions
The market is a great place to see the locals selling their fruit, veg, flowers and other local goods. Beware the traders near the sea entrance by the ham and oil seller, they don’t show prices and there is a reason for that! We were charged 90kn or £9 for a few grapes and 2 tomatoes, he put them on the scales and off before they even stopped moving. Buy from the people more in the middle they are much more reasonable and you’ll get a much better deal and they appreciate the trade.
Written June 26, 2022
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juno_usa
Nashville, TN191 contributions
Worth a short visit to buy some fruits and veggies, they seemed very fresh and tasty when we were there. I also saw possibly the biggest cherries in my life there ;) However, half of the market was empty (we were on Monday, around 12-13 o'clock, maybe it is more crowded on weekends and in the morning) and I did not have THAT feeling...so it was not a big attraction for tourists.
Written June 24, 2020
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Miles P
Plano, TX59 contributions
This was a great way to spend an hour. So many cool shops and stalls set up! This is a great place to find tourist gifts. You also have to try some fresh fruit from one of the stalls!
Written June 9, 2021
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thewandererone
Canada256 contributions
Couples
My husband & I started every morning by getting a coffee from 4coffee soul food (incredible coffee) then strolling through the market checking everything out, feeding off the energy, then eventually settling on some delicious fresh fruit from one of the stalls. There is a huge variety of items in the market from fruits, vegetables, flowers, nuts, breads, cheeses, olive oils, clothing, hats & etc. We could easily spend a half hour or more every morning walking through the market, I highly recommend.
Written October 21, 2018
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Jann F
England, UK277 contributions
Couples
One of the first places I check when we visit a town is the local green market. THIS one in Split will NOT disappoint. I have bought most everything "in season" and it has mostly all been good. You can shop for other things, e.g. hats, purses, shoes, souvenirs, etc. because many other vendors are all around the Green Market. Prices vary from vendor to vendor so be sure to walk around first of all and check prices before making your final purchases! You'll save money if you do and if it doesn't matter to you then pay the price at the first stall you come across that's selling what you want.

When it comes to the fresh fruit in season there is disparity in pricing. I also found disparity in pricing of nuts. FYI - I bought four ears of corn the other day because I love it and at this particular stall it was partially shucked so I could see how young or old it was. I bought what looked to be young corn but it had no flavor and tasted like it was old corn. I come from Ohio and was brought up on fresh corn so I know good corn when I taste it. Europe is known for feeding corn to the animals vs. people eating it and perhaps they don't know what it is supposed to take like.

It's also fun to stop and have a morning espresso and watch all of the activity and business going on in the market. I find it exhilarating and a great way to start the day. It's a wonderful experience and should not be missed. You will also get some great photos!
Written July 20, 2014
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Oinkers
London, UK337 contributions
Couples
It's a mix of people selling what they've grown in their garden to professional grocers.
Super cheap and it just reminds you what fruit and veg should look like as opposed to the catwalk versions are get in supermarkets.
There is a little bar at the sea end that you can sit at and watch the market bustle. I say bar but it's a kiosk with tables, nice and friendly tho

Next door heading towards the palace it continues and gets more commercial the it's also a brik a bat market with all sorts

Worth a visit
Written August 13, 2019
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Food lover
Birmingham, UK119 contributions
Family
Great market with very tasty fruits , dry meat and cheese . Do not stop at the stalls nearest to the harbour but go further , you will find locals shopping and drinking coffee . We had a fab time there and ate very well thanks to fresh products !
Written August 2, 2019
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Ziggyrosa
Plymouth, UK232 contributions
Solo
This market is fantastic for fruit and veg. I went just after arriving in Split as i am self catering to have a look. I came away laden with strawberries, clementines, cherries, large lettuce, radishes, 2 cucumbers and a nice block of local cheese. The whole lot cost me £7. I didn't barter as the prices here are ridiculously cheap compared to the UK and even to Lidl or Aldi.
Written May 11, 2018
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