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Teguise Market, Teguise

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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Set in the charming old capital of Lanzarote is a bustling Sunday market, Teguise Market. Browse the masses of stalls selling clothes, paintings, crafts, jewelry, toys, food, art, and more. Look for a bargain and don’t forget to haggle. Pause to watch some of the street performers and artists drawing caricatures. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, stop in one of the restaurants or treat yourself to some hot churros from a stall. Several hotels and travel agencies provide transport to the market, though it is easy to access with your own car. See Teguise Market and all Lanzarote has to offer by arranging your trip with our Lanzarote travel itinerary maker.
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  • Over 300 stalls selling everything from handbags, aloe vera products, jewellery & art. Plenty of places to eat & drink, I paid 8 euros for the bus to take us there from a nearby hotel and bring us bac...  read more »
  • This market we had been advised on a Sunday morning by the hotel. It is known throughout the island and tourists invade the village every Sunday morning. We find all the trinkets of the tourism markets and little local production. Rather for the anglo-saxons. We recommend visit Treguise outside Sunday, the village worth more than that.
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  • You can't go to Lanzarote without going to the Sunday Teguise Market. There are various stalls selling leather, lace, bags, watches and other things that may be of interest. We purchased a lovely diam...  read more »
  • There is only one cash machines in Teguise on the outskirts. This has now changed, there is one inside the Bank but the Bank is not open at the weekend. Take lots of change. Toilets are located in the food market. Restaurants, Bars and Cafe’s charge €1 to use the loo but buy a drink etc and it’s free. Loris tapas bar is awesome! Take a camera. There’s street entertainment too! Be outside the Church at 11am for the music. The convent of Saint Francisco is a museum €2 entrance. The Spinola house is the Timple museum €3 (Timple is the traditional small guitar) If it rains shelter in the church or a bar. There are farm animals near the old windmill. Usually a camel, goats, chickens plus a suprise! We include the pirate museum at the top of the volcano too. Museum is 18th century, some steep steps. The view is amazing you can see 80% of the coastline. Toilets are behind the castle.
  • Busy market with many interesting things on offer. If in the area I'd say it's worth going for the day.
  • nice old market. great atmosphere however the stalls seem limited to the same items over and over and over. usually fake watches fake bags and fake sunglasses.
  • Biggest market on Lanzarote on a Saturday. Good mix of stalls and food outlets. Take a good pair of shoes as it takes some getting round.
  • Nothing really special, just a bunch of junk for tourists.
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