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Flea markets in Goa for Shopaholics

Goa, the tiny town in India is boasted with sand, seafood, beaches, surfing, sunshine, and flea markets. If you are a traveler who likes to collect things and gifts for your loved ones from every country and tourist destinations, then Goa is the place where you should visit for sure. The town consists of flea markets, night bazaars, exotic malls, etc. from where you can buy fashion accessories, traditional clothing, decorative items, etc. However, Goa is always a dream destination for travelers, enthusiasts, nature lovers, and history buffs because of its great Portuguese history and architecture.

To witness these all, tourists fling themselves from their countries.

However, on these flea markets, you can shop for gothic accessories to junk jewelry, bamboo to brassware, shell work to terracotta, souvenirs to hippie clothing, etc. And, these are enough to delight your heart and make you fly in the sky during your shopping the finest things from the flea markets.

The shopaholic in you will drag you into the wonderful markets while you are in Goa, coming for vacation in Goa villas.

Famous Markets of Goa

Mapusa Market

Mapusa market operates on throughout the weeks, but it lights up, especially on Friday’s with items ranging from Goan pottery, antiques, dried fish, fresh seafood, home-made pickles, vegetables, spices, sausages, fruits, jewelry and more at an amazing rate. However, if you are an expert at bargaining, then you can make the best shopping.

While you are in Goa, you can visit at the Calangute market and Panji market square to get the best taste of real shopping in Goa. Having a perfect combination of road-side stalls and shopping malls, you may feel wow. However, after walking for hours in the stalls and malls, you can indulge yourself in the Goan seafood and drinks, which are available near the beaches to chill and relax.

Anjuna Flea Market

Anjuna flea market is one of the most famous shopping places in Goa, which is held every Wednesday. The Wednesday market is considered a paradise for shopaholics who visit Goa to check out the new trends. In the market, there are hundreds of stalls selling hammocks, handicrafts, tattoos carving, western jewelry, souvenirs, beachwear, bed covers, wall hangings, trinkets, wooden crafts, musical instruments, footwear, t-shirts, carvings, junk jewelry and more. It is the best place for a bargain during your tour of shopping.

Arpora market

This market is held on every Saturday evening and brings a boom to the atmosphere. Over this market, stalls sell everything from spices, tea, silver jewelry, Kashmiri carpets, and international designer clothes. The market consists of everything for every type of shopaholics. However, on the other hand, the market sells carpets, spices, embroidered textiles, hammocks, etc. So, do shop with free hands and take something with you for the return to your country.

Mackies’ Bazaar

This bazaar is held near the Baga Beach and dazzles it with the lightings on every Saturday. At the midnight, the stalls sell beachwear including other things along with authentic Goan, Chinese, Indian, Tibetan fast food with exciting music, keeping your relaxed and happy.

The famous Saturday night market sells everything. It is like Aladdin’s wishing lamp, you can think of that, and it will be serving to you. However, the market is widely famous for its beachside saloons, which are specialized in trendy haircuts, parrot card readers, and palmists. Meanwhile, in the terrace shacks and beach cafes, you can have delicious delicacies from pork vindaloo to coffee, grabbing your attention and inspiring and encouraging you to taste more.

Shades of India

However, if you want to buy traditional handicrafts, then you must visit the Shades of India—a popular shop in Goa, which offers you the long-forgotten textiles and talents of India where you get unbelievably charming art, crafts, textiles, etc. Shades of India unleashes a new world for you where you get to know and see the variety of past and present talents into items, and that will surely leave you stunned.

Nana-ki

All the goods, which are selling over this shop named Nana-ki are made of pure traditional textiles with embroidery and natural fibers. These keep up your tradition and nature present in mind with fashion scale high.

So, what are you waiting for? Book your private villa in Goa and land in India.



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