Gran Canaria Market

In the South

Mercadillo de Maspalomas

This popular market hosts a range of sellers offering clothes, bags, leather crafts, jewellery etc.
The market is currently being held at Parque Europeo in Playa del Ingles while works are carried out at its normal home at the Maspalomas Municipal Market.
Wednesday and Saturday: 08:00 to 14:00.

Maspalomas Flea Market (Rastro)

One of the largest markets in the south, the Maspalomas Flea Market features a huge range of both new and second-hand clothes and household items of every description.
Located next to the Mercado de Maspalomas, Avenida Alejandro del Castillo.
Sunday: 08:00 – 14:00

Mercadillo de Puerto Mogán

A large outdoor market where you will find mostly clothes, bags, shoes and bags, with some crafts and foodstuffs.
Avenida los Marreros, Puerto de Mogan
Friday: 08:30 – 14:00

Mercadillo Municipal de Arguineguín

This outdoor market has mostly the same sellers as the Mercadillo de Puerto de Mogan, offering clothes, crafts, shoes, bags as well as fruit and veg and other foodstuffs .
On the seafront of Arguineguin (calle Juan Juana), Arguineguín
Tuesday: 08:00 – 14:00

Playa de Mogán Artisan Market (Mercadillo Artesanal)

You will find mostly jewellery (along with some crafts) at this small outdoor market.
Avenida Los Marrero (lower pedestrianised part), Puerto de Mogan
Monday: 08:30 – 14:30

In Las Palmas

Mercado central

This permanent indoor food market is the largest in Las Palmas and features a huge range of fresh fruit and veg, meat, fish, cheese and cured meats.
Calle de Galicia 24, Las Palmas
Monday to Saturday: 07:00 – 14:00

Las Palmas Flea Market (Rastro Municipal de Las Palmas)

A huge market with both new and second-hand clothes (as well as just about everything else).
Ramblas Alcalde Juan Rodríguez Doreste (Parque Santa Catalina), Las Palmas
Sunday: 09:00 to 14:00

Vegueta Cultural and Artisan Market

Here you will find a selection of ceramics, fruit, vegetables and plants, baskets and other artisan products.
Plaza del Pilar Nuevo in the historic centre of Las Palmas
Sunday: 10:00 – 14:00

Mercado de Vegueta

This permanent indoor market is popular with both restaurateurs and locals, and is a great place to buy local fruit and vegetables, fish and meat.
Monday to Thursday: 06:30 – 14:00
Friday and Saturday: 06:30- 15:00

Elsewhere in Northern Gran Canaria

Mercadillo de Teror

Running for over 200 years, the Teror Market is the longest running in the Canary Islands. Here you will find arts and crafts, bread, pastries, chorizos and other foodstuffs along with traditional clothes, religious items, etc.
Outside the Basílica del Pino, Teror
Sunday: 09:00 – 15:00

Mercado Agrícola de Santa Brígida

The small town of Santa Brigada hosts a farmers market offering a variety of agricultural and artisan products.
Friday: 12:00 – 20:00
Saturday: 08:00 – 20:00
Sunday: 08:00 -14:00

Mercadillo de San Mateo (Farmers market)

Located at around 800 meters above sea level, the town of Vega de San Mateo is located in the foothills of the island’s highest mountains, and is host to a great farmers’ market at the weekend. Here you will find all manner of produce from cheese, wine, bread and honey to fresh fruit and veg straight from the farm.
Saturday: 08:00 – 20:00
Sunday: 09:00 – 14:00

Mercado de Moya

A small covered market with fruit, vegetables, flowers etc.
Calle Pico Lomito, Moya
Sunday 08:00 – 14:00

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