There are daily markets throughout Spain and therefore also the Costa Blanca where you can indulge in buying lots of things. There are various types of markets in the Costa Blanca, some of which focus primarily on the tourist or the ever-growing group of pensionados. In addition, there are markets that are much more oriented towards the local Spaniards or Northern European residents.
In the tourist areas such as Playa Flamenca, a market on the Costa Blanca South is more focused on tourists. For example, many souvenirs from the region are offered here. Beautiful garlands to cheer up the house with. Trendy electronic products from a renowned brand are also offered for very low prices. These products are of course a "good" copy of this.
Below we offer you an overview of the markets of the Costa Blanca South.
Saturday: from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. A very large market with hundreds of stalls. Here you will also be able to buy quite a few souvenirs and such.
Friday: from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Here you can buy a lot of clothing or steel fabric to get started.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. These are large markets that are held in a number of different places in Alicante.
Below is an overview of the well-known markets in the Costa Blanca South. If the days or times are incorrect, we would like to know so that we can update the overview of the markets in the Costa Blanca South.
|Callosa de Segura||X|
|Campo de Guardamar||X|
|Guardamar del Segura||07:00-14:00||07:00-14:00|
|Hondón de los Frailes||X|
|La Manga (Cabo de Palos)||X|
|La Mata (Torrevieja)||X|
|Mil Palmeras||16:00 - 19:00|
|Monforte del Cid||X||X|
|Pilar de la Horadada||Ochtend|
|Pinar de Campo Verde||X|
|San Miguel de Salinas||07:00-14:00|
|San Pedro del Pinatar||08:00-14:00||08:00-13:00|
|Torre de la Horadada||16:00 - 19:00|