This is the place to be on Saturdays and Sundays on La Palma. Lots of food stalls, including cheeses (visit Doris, who has won best cheesemaker on the island), anti-pasti, canarian bakers (try the pineapple upside down cake), german patisserie (try the apple strudel) and more. There's also fresh vegetables, fruit and butchers.
There are stalls selling cigars rolled in...
Just a scruffy little market with very little that you would want to buy!
There are not a huge amount of stalls but they sell from meat and cheese to jewellery made out of recycled plastic.
Unless you are just stopping here on the way to somewhere else I really wouldn't recommend going to it!
Part of an island tour, we visited this little market.Outside across the road was a beautiful wooded area with benches and tables for picnics, and also a BBQ area. Very pretty area. There are some view points where you can walk to the end and look down into the valley, they also have a glass area at the end where...
It's not a large market but is a well-presented collection of stalls of local produce with a nice local 'buzz'. All indoors when we visited in March but I would guess that the fairly large outside area is utilised later in the season. We enjoyed a visit on a Sunday morning and bought local goat's cheese, olives, honey, a jar...