Teguise Market

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Teguise Market
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9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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Carlos Gustavo Ferrera López
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain18 contributions
Better without Covid, but great!
May 2020
You can find many artisanal pieces from many local and foreign experts. It used to be very crowded, but now I'm not sure about the rules. You will take a souvenir for sure.
Written April 3, 2021
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sadeconi
Drogenbos, Belgium17 contributions
Authantic
Dec 2020 • Couples
Very nice place and typical village.
I really enjoy to walk around.
We did some shopping as well.
The sunset there was nice
Written December 31, 2020
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r0landbrunner
Zurich, Switzerland1,606 contributions
for hard-core tourists only.
Dec 2020
while I expected some nice local crafts and great local food such as goat cheese, this market has nothing but freak stuff (the same as on Saturdays in Haria) plus some Chinese plastics. for hard-core tourists only.
Written December 20, 2020
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pear17
Harrogate, UK169 contributions
Very quiet. Only a few stalls
Dec 2020
So few stalls due to Covid. Temperature check on entry. Not sure I would bother to make the trip until we are all able to visit safely again
Written December 15, 2020
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Daniel C
Leyton, UK199 contributions
Nice Day Out...
Jan 2020
Went here while in Lanzarote and really liked it. There are loads of Stalls here for Leather Goods, Clothes, Toys, Nik Naks etc, Plenty of places for a sit down and have a Cold Refreshing Drink/Snack. Been to the Market at PDC Habour and the market in Playa Blanca and this is by Far the Biggest and Best of the three. You can Catch a bus from PDC which takes about 25/30 minutes. In my opinion it's well worth a visit if in the area...

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Written June 11, 2020
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spratjack
Tipp73 contributions
Huge open air market
Mar 2020
Very large area covered with stalls, a lot of the merch was counterfeit and poor quality but that's to be expected. Still plenty of bargains to be had around.

Prices aren't as good as they seem, some of the items for sale were cheaper in town to get from a shop.

Still a very nice experience, plenty of food and drinks there too. The bus ride from Puerto del Carmin was €12 pp and we got to see a lot of the country side as well.

Worth a trip for sure
Written April 6, 2020
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Pete J
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Nice morning
Mar 2020 • Couples
We went for the morning on the Sunday it was a lovely morning warm plenty of stalls. But one thing I will say every stall had the same stuff on as the next stall and so on, ie sunglasses watches handbags purses you get the idea but all fakes. It was a short journey from our hotel. It was a very warm hot day the guide said we would need 3 hours but to be honest a hour and half is easily enough time. All in all nice time
Written March 31, 2020
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BobnMal
London, United Kingdom154 contributions
Very large Sunday market with crafts, fruit and veg, food stalls and more.
Mar 2020
The Teguise Market is a very large market spread around the village. Easy to walk around once you've found parking nearby. Lot's of cafe's to stop in for a snack or coffee while watching the tourists and locals go by. Great for a sunny day. Apparently you can get a bus from most of the resort areas too.
Written March 15, 2020
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steve b
Boston, UK57 contributions
Good, worth a visit.
Dec 2019
A big market, although most stalls selling similar stuff ,you can easily spend a few hours here, there are outdoor bars, cafes etc with reasonable prices, buses can be packed & I mean packed !! Worth a visit.
Written March 14, 2020
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mbjmb58
Essex, UK8 contributions
Same old markets, perhaps not...
Feb 2020
Markets not my scene but wife loves them.....Must admit this one was a bit different in that it was spread out through the lovely little streets around the church, different stalls, relaxed atmosphere and nice restaurants and bars. Nice day.
Written March 11, 2020
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