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- Markets nearly every day of the week
- Great bargains to be had
- Large African market in Santa Cruz
- Close to our CLC World resorts
There are markets all over Tenerife, some very local in flavour and others geared very much to tourists.
Torviscas Market (Thu and Sat) and Los Cristianos (Sun)
The two biggest markets in the south of Tenerife are always busy and full of bargains, with masses of stalls for clothing, books, electrical goods, fabrics, souvenirs, jewellery and even property! A must for those in need of some retail therapy.
Golf del Sur Market (Fri)
Popular due to its location near the marina. A nice variety of stalls and well worth a visit if you are staying in Golf del Sur.
Los Abrigos Night Market
This little market is held in the square in front of the church every Tuesday evening. Though there are not so many stalls, you can pick up some interesting silver jewellery, casual holiday clothes or a gift or two. Afterwards, wander down to the seafront to enjoy fresh seafood at one of the many little restaurants.
Guaza Sunday Market
A relatively new addition to Tenerife's market selection, where you can rummage through second-hand books and clothes, or pick up some old CDs, DVDs or videos.
Happy Days Car Boot Market, Costa del Silencio
Held only on the first Sunday of every month, proceeds from this market go to support a local dogs’ home. Expect to find all sorts of second-hand bits and pieces: books, clothes, cassettes and so on. There is usually a nice cake stall and a stall selling old paintings and furniture. The venue is a tennis and bowling club so you can relax at the club bar after your shopping spree.
African Market (Santa Cruz)
The famous Mercado Nuestra Senora de Africa is a dazzling bazaar of over 300 stalls selling fresh local produce. A short walk from the bus station, look out for a pink clock tower, and get there as early as possible for the best of the fruit and veg. On Sundays, surrounding the African Market you will find El Rastro Flea Market. Look out for some high quality leather, hardware and crafts at bargain prices.