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Almost every town in Tenerife has its own market day. Some have a day for the farmer's markets and also a separate market day for crafts, souvenirs and other stuff, including fake bags, watches, clothes etc.
If you're looking for info about shopping in Tenerife and you are tired of seeing the same brands everywhere, you may take into consideration visiting one of the local markets.
On any day of the week, there's a market somewhere in Tenerife, you simply have to check our list and then find a way to get there. Or look for the place where you are staying in Tenerife and if it's on our list, just wait for when it's market day.
The south of the island is the most popular area among tourists, so here you'll find many markets that are geared towards visitors, with lots of souvenirs, items of clothing and accessories.
Big market, many stalls and always crowded. In Los Cristianos Market you will find everything from fake items, to aloe vera products, jewelry, and souvenirs. Just be careful with your bag and phone among the crowds.
Costa Adeje Market is a large and busy market, similar to the one in Los Cristianos. Some of the stalls are the same, selling mostly fake items like bags, watches, jewelry. You can also find local products.
A large farmer's market in Tenerife South - you can read more in the dedicated article about Adeje Farmers' Market. This is where we like to buy our fruits and veggies when we're in Tenerife.
The Saturday Market in El Medano has a certain hippie vibe and you can buy lots of handmade jewelry, clothes and other types of souvenirs that you can take home.
Agrotraditional market with everything from pieces of clothing to jewelry and local fruits and vegetables from Tenerife.
Los Abrigos Market is the first weekly night market in the Canary Islands. Located in the square that gives entry to the Dock, where all the well-known restaurants that serve fresh fish are located. You will find gifts, clothes, bags, jewelry, small ornaments, souvenirs.
A very small market, not many stalls.
Local market with fruits, vegetables, cheese, local Tenerife wine and other items like honey or meat.
Besides the southern markets, you can head to the north if you're looking for a different vibe, with fewer tourists and crowds.
This is a farmer's market with local produce.
Also known as "El Rastro" del Mercado Municipal del Puerto de la Cruz this market offers local produce (fruits, vegetables, cheese) as well as non-food items: clothes, souvenirs, cosmetics etc. It's a busy and popular market in Tenerife.