Flea Markets in Goa for that Perfect Beachside Shopping Experience

It was once essential for the Ingo’s Night Bazaar. Colorful Goa has amazing flea markets that are really worth seeing. Anyone can buy anything from special tea to Kashmiri carpets at the flea market in Goa. When you shop at the flea market, be sure to bargain, or you may tear up. Under the night sky, it offers a unique experience of live music, lip smoking, and shopping malls. You can buy antiques, junk jewelry, gifts, and crafts at one of the stalls.

Here is the list of 8 Flea Markets in Goa for a Perfect Beachside Shopping Experience:

1. Anjuna Flea Market

 Anjuna Flea Market
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Anjana Flea Market is a hippie paradise in Goa where you can find a treasure trove of souvenirs, handicrafts, hippie clothes, and trinkets that you can get at cheap flowing prices. This weekly market started in the 1960s as a way for hippie tourists to ban their unique products.

The engine flea market is open in September from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. You can go to the bustling market right now to get the best shopping experience. This is also the time when visitors from all over the world visit the flea market. Book Anjuna Flea Market Trip.

2. Saturday Night Market Arpora

 Saturday Night Market Arpora
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This is a weekly market which is open only on Saturday nights and 2 km away from Baga beach, this market has a lot of shopping options like handicrafts, western clothes, toys, accessories. 

Shopping at the Saturday Night Bazaar in Arpora is a great weekend activity, as the market offers a wide range of food items, from herbs and spices to handicrafts, bags, accessories, designer jewelry, carpets, and rugs. Saturday Night Market is the Flea market in goa, known worldwide for its vibrant offerings. Book Saturday Night Market Arpora Trip.

3. Calangute Market Square

 Calangute Market Square
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Charming beach and market square, it stands in line for Sandy Beach for the numerous stalls and shops that offer mouth-watering, local seafood. Central Calangute market Square is an old bazaar in Tibet, offering jewelry, silverware, Buddhist wooden statues as well as other Hindu deities. 

Here, you’ll find shopping for handicrafts, beachwear, leather goods, marine carpets, rugs, trinkets, and more. There are many shawls and stalls on the shores of Calangute beach that attract every tourist with their souvenirs. Book Calangute Market Square Trip.

4. Mackie’s Night Bazaar

Mackie's Night Bazaar
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Mackie’s Night Bazaar is a very popular attraction with stalls everywhere. It has more than a hundred shopping outlets selling gifts, handicrafts, clothes, jewelry, and antiques. There are lots of food and drink as well as party places where you can have the best shopping experience. 

There are many stalls that open with a variety of food, a range of handmade items, and a variety of eco-friendly items. Under the night sky, it offers a unique experience of live music, lip smoking, and shopping malls. You can buy antiques, junk jewelry, gifts, and crafts at one of the stalls. Mackie’s Night Bazaar is the flea market in goa, is a great place to relax at night. Book Mackie’s Night Bazaar Trip.

5. Baga Market

Baga Market
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The Baga Tibetan market also operates every Saturday evening. A large number of different shops and stores offer their visitors a wide selection of goods, most of which are handmade by local artisans. In Baga market or the Tibetan market, Baga Road is crowded with hundreds of shops and stalls selling clothes, shoes, gifts, jewelry, leather goods, and other such useful items.

The Baga Market in Goga is a very popular flea market, similar to the Arpora Saturday Night Market. Located on the beach, it has cafes selling trunks, jewelry, fresh yellow coffee and pork, and rows and rows selling tarot card readers and palms brighten your future. Book Baga Market Trip.

6. Le Souk

Le Souk
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Le Souk by Amarya is the first luxury street market in Goa. One of the great things about this marketplace is that it is open during offsetting so you don’t have to worry about travel and shopping. Through the Amaria Group, Le Souk is considered to be the first Flea Market in Goa to sell high and expensive clothes. It is an open market that sells clothes by Indian as well as international designers in large tents. 

Le Souk invited buyers to wear clothes from some of Goa’s most famous brands. You will also find some international brands here where you can keep beautiful clothes, jewelry, servings, shoes, and men’s clothing. Probably the only place in the world where these brands are sold in roadside stalls. Book Le Souk Trip.

7. Mapusa Friday Market

Mapusa Friday Market
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Located on the coast of Goa, Mapusa Market is a unique diverse market known for its trade, variety of products, and low prices. The range of products available in this market is incredible. The back bazaar is also a great place to practice hugging and bargaining. All items displayed on this day are fresh and brand new. Friday is also the day when the items sold can be bought at modest prices as there is no middle price.

Mapusa Market is a very popular flea market, especially among the locals. It is a weekly market located outside the Mapusa Municipal Market, North Goa. The bazaar is alive every Friday with vendors selling fruits, vegetables, clothes, and disturbing prices to locals. Many vendors in Bardez and Tiswadi set up local produce stalls and sold them directly to people and small traders. Book Mapusa Friday Market Trip.

8. Arambol Street Market

Arambol Street Market
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Of all the Flea Market in Goa, the Arambol Drum Circle Market is my favorite for a number of reasons. The bazaar opens a few hours before sunset, with travelers from around the world selling their crafts. Arambol has a central avenue that runs corresponding to the sea shore and is fixed with for the most part Indian shops.

They usually sell “hippie rentals” such as clothing, leather trunks and jewelry, handbags, crystals, music-CD’s, lampshades, hammocks, and more. In addition to these, you will find some patrons run by former patrons who sell books, handicrafts, hippie jewelry, etc. from Ukraine, Russia, and other countries. Be sure to try the musical extravaganza in the Arambol Drum Circle. Book Arambol Street Market Trip.

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