Gran Canaria Markets - Opening times, Locations & What You Can Buy There
Gran Canaria is an ideal place for shopping during your holiday, as the island has over 20 weekly markets and a few annual ones.
No matter where you are staying, you will be able to find a local flea market or craft market close by. In Spanish these are called Mercado Artisanal or Mercadillos, depending on their size and the products that are being sold.
A great number of weekly markets are scheduled during the weekend, but you will also find on our list some options for midweek shopping.
- Markets in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
- 1. Vegueta Craft Market / Mercado de Vegueta
- 2. San Lorenzo Farmers Market
- 3. Municipal Flea Market Las Palmas / Mercado Central Las Palmas
- Other markets in Gran Canaria
- 4. Mogan Market
- 5. Mogan Arts & Crafts Market / Mercadillo Playa de Mogan
- 6. San Fernando de Maspalomas Market
- 7. Arguineguin Market
- 8. Vecindario Market
- 9. Teror Market
- 10. Aguimes Market
- 11. San Mateo Market
- 12. Galdar Market
- 13. Santa Brigida Market
- 14. Annual Craft Fair in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the capital of the island and the largest city, so it makes sense that the city is a great place for clothes, perfumes, jewellery and also souvenir shopping.
Markets in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
The street markets in Las Palmas all take place on Sunday morning, so make sure to visit at least one if you find yourself in the city.
1. Vegueta Craft Market / Mercado de Vegueta
- Plaza del Pilar Nuevo
- Every Sunday, 11:00 - 15:00 (except July, August, September)
2. San Lorenzo Farmers Market
- General de San Lorenzo avenue
- Every Sunday, 8:00 - 13:30
If you want local produce and you want to taste fruits, vegetables and other products native to Gran Canaria, then this is the place to come.
3. Municipal Flea Market Las Palmas / Mercado Central Las Palmas
- San Telmo Park
- Every Sunday, 9:00 - 14:00
Other markets in Gran Canaria
The rest of the island has plenty of shopping opportunity to offer also, from the smaller towns inland to the big resorts like Maspalomas and Mogan, they all host their own market or mercado.
4. Mogan Market
- Puerto de Mogan
- Fridays, 8:00 - 14:00
The Friday market in Puerto de Mogan is one of the largest in Gran Canaria and it has a huge offering of products, from fresh fruits and vegetables to clothes and souvenirs. The crowds are big here on Fridays, so come prepared and watch out for pickpockets.
5. Mogan Arts & Crafts Market / Mercadillo Playa de Mogan
- Playa de Mogan
- Mondays, 9:00 - 14:00
Following the success of the Friday market, there is another market now held on Mondays, focused on artisanal products, handmade on the island. If you are looking for something more special to buy as a gift or souvenir, then this might be a better choice for you.
6. San Fernando de Maspalomas Market
- Wednesday and Saturdays, 8:00 - 14:00
One of the largest markets in the south of the island. You can come here by public bus, since there is a special bus route that brings people to the market.
7. Arguineguin Market
- Plaza de Arguineguin
- Every Tuesday, 8:00 - 14:00
8. Vecindario Market
- Plaza de San Rafael
- Every Wednesday, 8:00 - 14:00
9. Teror Market
- Basilica of la Virgen del Pino
- Every Sunday, 8:00 - 14:00
10. Aguimes Market
- Close to the municipal swimming pool
- Every Thursday, 8:00 - 13:00
11. San Mateo Market
- Town center
- Saturdays and Sundays, 8:00 - 14:00
Similar to Santa Brigida and San Lorenzo, this market has fresh products from Gran Canaria: mostly fruits and vegetables. It's a traditional market, so ideal if you want to taste the charm of the island.
12. Galdar Market
- Plaza de Santiago
- Every Thursaday, 8:00 - 14:00
13. Santa Brigida Market
- Friday, 18:00 - 20:00, Saturday 7:00 - 20:00, Sunday 7:00 - 14:00
A very popular food market for vegetables and fruits. The products sold here and usually more expensive that the ones you can find at the San Mateo Market or San Lorenzo Market in Las Palmas.
14. Annual Craft Fair in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
- San Telmo Park
- Every year, 2 - 5 January
Organized by FEDAC