We went to the Gypsy market which was a bit of fun, there's lots of fake stuff and traders will make bracelets with yours/kids names on for a couple of Euro's. Not much else really however go into the town itself and you will find a great indoor market on a Saturday.
When we went there was a Chocolate Festival on so as you can imagine my other half was delighted. Lucky we had left the kids at home otherwise it would have been very messy and expensive. (before anyone asks we had arranged childcare and hadn't just left them with the dog!).
Anyway back to the market and town. It's a very pleasant town with many traditional 'features' including old blokes enjoying a coffee and a cigar in the street café's. There seems to be a fruit stall every 10 meters but the atmosphere of the town is really warming and traditional.
The council were putting up signs for a fiesta the following weekend and it looks like there's regular events.
Well worth a visit!
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