It is very common to find several days per week street markets or outdoor markets at Costa Blanca. The amazing weather and the fantastic temperature makes streets the best place to be on summer mornings and eves.
Morning Street Markets at Costa Blanca
At Costa Blanca you can find several kinds of outdoor markets which sell lots of thinks like fresh fruit and vegetables, craft-work, second-hand clothes, … but at mornings is more common to find Fruit and Vegetables markets,second-hand clothes markets and antique markets.
Following you can find a list with the best outdoor markets at Costa Blanca:
Benidorm Outdoor Markets
Every Wednesday and Sunday, Benidorm outdoor market has bargains galore. You can pick up some great souvenirs such as lace tablecloths, leather handbags, shoes, ceramics or pretty fans.
Pego Street Markets
Pego is bustling with people for its Thursday market. The market square and nearby streets are filled with stallholders selling their wares. As well as leather and household goods, Pego market does a very good trade in second-hand books in English. Make sure you leave enough time for a coffee in the square.
Dénia Street Market
Monday is market day in Dénia. The Torrequemada car park is filled with hundreds of colourful stalls selling flamenco dresses, ceramics, pot plants, leather goods, football shirts and household items. There is also a flea market on Fridays where you can pick up unusual second-hand goods. Also on Fridays, Dénia holds an outdoor fruit and veg market next to the indoor market. You can pick up some lovely, fresh fruit and veg at a bargain price.
Jávea Street Market
The market has moved to the Old Town which provides a traditional setting as you mingle with the locals in the hope of picking up a bargain. Leather goods are particularly good at this market, which is held every Thursday.
Ondara Outdoor Markets
Ondara is the place to be on Wednesdays when the outdoor market is held. Shoes are in good supply along with clothes, plants and household goods. In the far corner are the fruit and vegetable stalls. You could combine a trip to the market with a shopping spree at the Portal De La Marina shopping centre on the edge of town.
Jalon Outdoor Market
Jalon has two markets. The streets surrounding the church come alive with the sounds of stallholders selling fruit, vegetables, clothes and household goods on Tuesdays. Saturdays are very busy in Jalon when the antiques market is held in the car park by the river bank. There are some interesting items on sale for this flea market. Opposite is a bodega where you can taste and buy wines as well as a couple of restaurants.