We usually go to the market for an hour or two each time we ae on Grenada. It happens on the way back from a bus trip to somewhere as the market is 2 o 3 blocks from the central bus station. My wife can always find another neckless and earings of seeds or shells to add to her collection.
The market square has three personalities. If it is Satuarday, the market is a beehive of activity with some tourists but many locals doing their grocery shopping on the surrounding streets covered with temporary stalls of vegetables. When cruise ships arrive the market is busy with people hawking souveniers. It is quiet and you get more attention on days there are no cruise ships during the week.
You might be tempted to buy a neckless made of spices. They are cute but they all get moldy in a day or two. Also know that "saffron" is Tumeric on Grenada so you might also avoid that.
Worth a visit along with a stroll around town.
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