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Benidorm Markets

Markets in Spain provide the ideal place to purchase some original local products. In these picturesque, colourful and multi-ethnologic places you'll find nearly everything, from basic food produce to the ultimate fashion trend, all in a familiar relaxed atmosphere.

Most markets in Spain tend to start quite early in the morning at around 8am, and finish just after 1pm before the heat of the day really sets in. As with all markets, use common sense and be prepared to haggle to secure the best bargains, something the British hate to do.

Around the resort of Benidorm, three regular street markets are held. The first is the Foietes market, which takes place every Wednesday morning next to the Foietes Sports Centre, in the north of Benidorm near to the railway station. There's usually a good selection of locally produced fruit, vegetables and crafts on offer, along with a selection of other Spainish products including flowers and clothes etc.

The "El Pueblo" market is to be found on the Avenida de L'Admirall Bernat de Sarria, next to Hotel Servigroup Pueblo, and is held every Wednesday and Sunday morning throughout the year. Here visitors will find variety of Spanish goods such as clothes, handbags, shoes, souvenirs, gifts and hot snacks.

Certainly well worth a mention is the "El Cisne" Flea Market which takes place every Sunday and on one Saturday every month on the N-332 Km. 124 near the campsite Benisol. This is a typical antiques/flea market which often features live jazz music by various local groups to enliven your visit.

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