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If you love a bargain and don’t care if it’s fake then this is the place to go! Some stalls have cheap and tacky things but which markets don’t! Really depends on what you are looking for. There are some really nice stuff to be...More
This market is mostly poor quality tat. A lot of the stalls sell the same poor replica brand name clothes and knock off bags. We had 2 hours to browse and to be honest it was an hour too long. If you like markets where...More
We enjoyed our few hours at quarteira markets. We were there at about 9 and plenty parking . However when we were leaving around 11.45 it was chaos trying to get parking and very busy. Usual market stalls. Some nice music in middle. Nice way...More
Large Wednesday morning market next to Lidl. Stalls full of handbags, cheap clothing, shoes, belts, linen, nick nacks. I bought a handbag for 10 euros which started out at 20 euros, so don't be shy to haggle.
I would say if you are close to this area and you enjoy the traditional markets with lots of stalls selling fake products this is the place to go! The market is busy ,exciting and offers a wide range of different items . Also it...More
Definitely worth a visit if in the area. Operates on a Wednesday. Loads of bags, sandals, clothes, usual market fayre. Stall holders will barter so it’s worth a haggle but the stuff is already cheap so they won’t go too far.
Nothing here is quite as it seems, but it is a well laid-out fun place to visit. I never tire of having a gander at all the so-called "designer" labels etc. but they are all rip-offs. Even so, if you can find something that really...More
We went 2 Wednesdays on the trot. Ideal for picking up bags, holiday clothes etc.
Traders are willing to barter.
We love the clothes seller in the first aisle to the left as you go in. Lovely clothes and reasonable.
Don’t knock them down too...More
One massive market, 5 stalls repeated over and over and over selling rubbish counterfeit handbags and pushing chaps flogging Rolex watches.
We paid 37 euros to visit this market and i was hoping for a wonderful vibrant cultural experience, what we got was a car...More