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We heard about the Riurau at Jesus Pobre and wanted to go and see for ourselves ..it was great, loved it, what a wonderful market. Friendly people and lots to see and buy and all made or produced in and around the area.
On Sundays People gather in Jesus Pobre to visit the food market. For smalll money you can choose from typical local dishes offered in an old market hall. The parking lot is crammed, thus early birds will have advantages. The homemade pastries, sausages or cheese...More
Jesus Pobre holds its market on a Sunday. It is certainly a popular market with locals, and to be fair it has support from the local traders. There are worse ways to have spent a Summer Sunday evening, food and beer tasting of a decent...More
The most fabulous market selling local produce, wine and cheese. The plus side this market has lots of stalls selling home cooked food both savoury and sweet. The fact the market is on from 6pm to 11pm in the summer is wonderful. You can buy...More
This lovely mercado in Jesus Pobre is a wonderful place on the first sunday of the month. Not only many local deliciacies are brought here together: fresh fruit and vegetables, bakery, cheeses, sausages and hams, olive oil and herbs, you will find it all there!!...More
Very lively weekly Sunday market which expands to an Antique market on the first Sunday of the month.
Serving local produce and a bar available. Also live music.
10:00 to 14:00 winter
18:00 to 22:00 Summer.
We went on the first Sunday of the month when the fleamarket is on. Lovely to walk around and browse the antiques. there are other stalls in the surrounding streets which do hot food and drinks, the hot food is highly recommended. I had a...More
Well worth a visit if you want to sample local food and produce. Always worth checking what time it is on. Sunday Mornings in the winter and afternoons in the summer. 3 local car parks (fields) are opened up for the markets. When the huge...More