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The market is very busy it is a ten minute walk from the cruise terminal opposite the sea front lots to see and buy don’t miss the flower sellers the smell is fantastic and so are
The displays fresh fish and fruit along side tourist...More
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...More
This market located in the old city is just a steps from our apartment. It opens very early in the morning and is the best time to visit. The stalls sell all sorts of fruits and vegetables. The fruits we bought were really fresh and...More
When you get near the market you can hear and then you can smell the ripe fruit and honey being sold. The stall are set out in the traditional way so you can see if anybody else is doing a better deal. Always best to...More
Everyday I seem to find my way to the green market, drawn by the jars filled with honey and figs, ham drying in the sun, tomatoes, cheese, peaches and peppers.... And everyday I leave with more than I can eat, stunning tomatoes, home pressed olive...More
Lots of delicious produce but be warned when my husband went there they chose the fruit for him and it perished before the day was out whereas when I went and selected my own fruit it lasted for several days.
Fresh fruits at very reasonable prices. I try to purchase local produce whenever i travel as it helps me connect to the city and its people. Also with fruits, try some fresh palinka and the story of donkeys.
Off the main square is the local food and produce market. they have every local fruit and vegetable there as well as breads and baked goods, fish, meats and other assorted items. You can buy the local breads and bakery items and experience what fresh...More
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There are plenty of shops selling the lavender in bags different size. But you need to check out their offering and make sure do bargain "a lot" do not rush and always come back. The souvenir shops locate between the old... More
There are plenty of shops selling the lavender in bags different size. But you need to check out their offering and make sure do bargain "a lot" do not rush and always come back. The souvenir shops locate between the old city wall and the green market.
Split is a lovely city to visit & chill from jet lag. We were there for 4 days & we needed more time! Split has the best cappuccinos so make sure you have a few along the Riva. Fun place to have a Cap or cocktail & just watch people. We rented an apt. close to Marjan Hill & every morning we walked down to the local bakery, picked up some great bread & apple strudel and had our Capp. I recommend climbing up the steps to Marjan Hill, and at the top is a cafe for a cocktail...More
September 14, 2010|
Great review on Split Wulfanite, delighted to see you enjoyed your trip to Split so much, I liked the way you asked in advance for people to tell you their top things to do in their town. On of your comments echoed what I have heard a lot this summer .... "we needed more time in Split"
Buy fresh Fish in Ulcinj (0 Replies)
Hi, I wonder if there are any places to buy fresh fish to make BBQ? I bought one in Green Market, but it seems a bit overpriced.
August 11, 2017|
Green market in winter? (3 Replies)
Hello, We are looking at coming to Bodrum for a month November-December. Are there green markets all year round? We are hoping to stay close to the marina; which markets are nearby? We like to do our own cooking and enjoy shopping for local produce where possible. Thanks! Megan
November 11, 2014|
By green market I assume you mean the fruit and veg one? If so then yes, it is open all year round and is situated above the bus station on a Thursday and Friday. Here is some information on the other markets around the Peninsula, they will all be open but will be much quieter than in the summer months: tripadvisor.co.uk/Travel-g298661-c135959/Gum…