Benidorm Holidays Costa Blanca, Spain An Ultimate Travel Guide & Holidays to Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Spain

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Street Markets in Benidorm - Costa Blanca, Spain

Street markets are also popular shopping areas like in all holiday towns in the world. The Benidorm street markets offer variety of goods with great bargains for the holidaymakers.

Visitors are able to find additional information about the regions' street markets at the Benidorm Tourist Information Offices, agencies and hotels.

During summer;
The Crafts Display at the Plaza de la Senyoría in the traditional centre of the Benidorm, in the setting of the Castle is also very attractive. It is a fantastic cultural incentive in the most iconic area of Benidorm.

Mercadillo Foietes Market
Mercadillo de Foietes is the popular one located in the district to the north of the Centre the municipal alongside the sports centre.

It is on Wednesdays.

There's usually a good selection of locally produced fruit, vegetables and crafts on offer, along with a selection of other Spainish products including flowers and clothes etc.



Benidorm Outdoor Market (Mercadillo Pueblo)
Benidorm Outdoor Market is located in the town centre, nearby the Hotel Pueblo.

The market is open on Wednesday and Sunday mornings all year round.

Visitors may find variety of Spanish goods such as clothes, handbags, shoes, souvenirs, gifts and hot snacks.



El Cisne Flea Market (Mercadillo El Cisne)
Mercadillo El Cisne (every Sunday and on one Saturday every month) is the one located around the old N-332 in the direction of Alfas del Pi.

Popular for its international character, where live jazz music gives a party air added to the prevailing multicultural feel, along with one of the areas most beloved by Benidorm folk, the Ermita de Sanz, epicentre of the historic village’s agricultural past.



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