Top three flea markets of Goa

A tour without souvenirs and gifts is an incomplete trip. Gifts for friends and family are a must, no matter whether you are off to a holiday or a business trip. Goa! A destination that has had the pleasure of witnessing footprints of every Indian youngster, if not several times, at least once. Almost everyone makes sure to buy something for their friends and family while leaving the sandy beaches of Goa.

In Goa, it’s not just about buying and shopping but also collecting souvenirs. In addition to this, the flea markets of Goa offer some amazing gifts for everyone looking forward to buying something to take back home. All Goa tourism packages offered by companies make sure to take their clients to the Goa flea markets, not just to empty their pockets, but fill their bags and hearts with the amazing shopping options available at these markets, so here are a few of the famous markets of Goa, that you should not miss at any cost, make sure you hustle your way through the crowd.

Anjuna Flea Market

Undoubtedly the most important date in the Anjuna diary, market day scores an amazing count of not just local but even expat vendors descending on the market site, to haggle the day away over clothing, jewellery, souvenirs and a good deal, these days, of usual tourist tat.

Arpora Saturday Night Market

The one stop place to shop, eat and party, what could be better? Well, the Saturday night market held at Arpora offers you all. Just with a short taxi ride from most beaches in North Goa, this market is held on every Saturday starting 6 pm and ending at midnight.

Mapusa Market

The Mapusa market goes about its business daily, Sundays being an exception, but Friday mornings are the ones that really get the shoppers going. The Mapusa market is a raucous affair that attracts vendors and shoppers from all over Goa, with an entirely different vibe to the Anjuna market.