10 Best Markets in Goa for Shopping (Speciality & Timings)
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Goa offers its tourists the best of everything hip and happening, and one of the elements is the lively shopping scene. From street markets, night markets to flea markets, Goa is the heaven for shopaholics from around the globe. Be it boho chic outfits, leather items, souvenirs, antiques, bags, junk jewelleries or hats, everything is available here at different markets spread across the state.

There are endless local shops, flea markets to satiate your shopping spree craving. Also, you can indulge in retail therapy too, courtesy the weekly markets here. Almost all markets, especially the Saturday night market in Goa witness bustling crowd of tourists.

Here is the list of best Markets in Goa:


Mapusa Market

Mapusa Market
At the Mapusa market, you will experience the traditional flavor of shopping in Goa. If you visit the market on a Friday morning, you will find the place a bit crowded but it’s worth it as all the items here are available at a very reasonable price. You can examine your bargaining skills here to opt for a better deal.

Besides the famous fish and sausage products, fruits, vegetables, pieces of jewelry and coir mats are also pretty attractive and economic. For many tourists, the Mapusa market is one of the best markets in Goa as it offers the most gratifying shopping experience to them.

Location: Mapusa, North Goa

Timings: Every Friday from 8 am to 9 pm.

Famous for: Fresh fish, dried fish, textiles, antiques, sausages, pickles and handicrafts.

Anjuna Flea Market

Anjuna Flea Market
You must get some time off from your busy raving and chilling around in Goa and visit the Anjuna, Flea Market. It has all the ingredients to give you a small dose of retail therapy. The place gives you the flavor of the flea market Goa culture and the shopping hub is historical too. The market first emerged as a hub of smoking jumbo joints by hippies but now wears a mainstream look where products arrive from all over the country.

The Anjuna market can be described as a melting pot of varied Indian ethnic merchandise with Gujarati tribal ladies selling colorful sarees, scarves, shirts, and T-shirts, traders of Kashmir selling their clothes, shawls, handicrafts, shop owners from Kerala and Karnataka urging travelers to visit their spice stores among other activities. Sculptures from Tibetan stalls and bedspreads from Rajasthan traders are also sold at a reasonable price here.

Location: Anjuna, North Goa

Timings: Every Wednesday from 9 am to 8 pm.

Famous for: T-shirts, sculptures, spices, jewelry, bags.

Calangute Market

Calangute Market
If you really want to immerse yourself into serious street shopping activity in the thriving markets in Goa, then you should visit the Calangute market square for sure. Here you get some of the unique items that are unavailable in any other part of the country. Be it sarongs made of seashells, handicrafts, antiques or leather products, the Calangute market has it all to turn any traveler into a shopaholic.

 You can buy beachwear, trendy clothes, souvenirs, seashells, carpets, leather products, handicrafts, metal products, trinkets among other unique items. It is one of the best markets in Goa that give you amazing shopping experience. Hundreds of tourists flock here on a daily basis. You can also try the small seafood snack counters for some evening munching joys here while taking a break from your shopping spree.

Location: Calangute

Timings: Everyday from noon to 8.30 pm.

Famous for: Beachwear, clothes, carpets, leather items.

Panjim Market

Panjim Market
The Panjim Market is famous for offering a variety of useful items, especially food articles. Here you can buy some great authentic Goan spices, cashew nuts, dry fruits and last but not the least, an exceptionally well range of locally made wines. Panjim is the largest market in Goa where you see a combination of street shops, malls, and eateries.

The markets in Goa are a great attraction for both native and international tourists and Panjim caters to the needs of all of them.

Location: Panjim

Timings: Everyday from 8 am till late evening.

Famous for: Dry fruits, cashew, wines, and handicrafts.

Mackie's Night Bazaar

Mackie's Night Bazaar
Your Goa visit will remain incomplete if you don’t relish the Saturday market Goa feel. Running on the famous streets of Baga, Mackie’s night market is one of the most exciting places to be on a Saturday in Goa. Here you will witness hundreds of stalls selling beautiful eco-friendly items, unique handicrafts, gift items, souvenirs, bags, ornate lights, carpets, clothes among other goods.

 Foodies can spend a delightful time at this Saturday night market in Goa with several stalls selling varied delicious snacks and finger foods. The vibe of this flea market Goa is unmatchable and many tourists consider this place as a heaven for shopping. The cherry on the cake is the live music bands that perform here almost every weekend.

So your Saturday night is sorted at this night market in Goa with a fun-filled shopping experience along with some gastronomic entertainment if you visit Mackie’s Night Bazaar. This Saturday night market Goa is helps you collect something or the other for every friend and relative.

Location: Arpora-Baga Road

Timings: Every Saturday from 8 am to 9 pm.

Famous for: Jewellery, handicrafts, decorative lights, bags.

Ingo's Night Bazaar

Ingo's Night Bazaar
Ingo’s night market is known as one of the hottest flea markets in Goa. The place is also known as the Ingo’s Saturday night market. Here you will witness Indian traders selling carpets and handicraft items in the lower part of the market. The major highlight of this market is the several European sellers offering unique handicrafts, souvenirs, and antique items at their quaint stores.

You can also get artifacts, clothing, hats, and jewelry among other such items. Shopping at night should be in your itinerary if you are visiting Ingo’s night market in Goa. It will fulfill your desire to shop till you drop for sure. Food stalls, beer stalls and music performances by local bands are a plus when you visit this shopping hub. With all this and more, it gives you the perfect Saturday market Goa feel.

Location: Verla, Arpora.

Timings: Every Saturday, from 4 pm to 11 pm.

Famous for: Clothes and jewelry, artifacts, carpets, hats

Colva Beach Market

Colva Beach Market
Another popular market place in south Goa is the Colva beach market. It is a perfect place for street shopping in Goa as you can purchase beautiful hippie outfits, bags, accessories, and souvenirs from here. Various leather product stalls are also present where you can find some unique collection of shoes and floaters as well.

However, you have to be really good at your bargaining skills as the place often charges high to the tourists, which is true for almost all the markets in Goa. You can get good deals here if you buy different types of goods and products. The market is open every day so it doesn’t matter which days you have time for shopping in Goa. You can reach here very easily as the market is just 23 km from Dabolim airport.

Location: Colva beachside.

Timings: Everyday from noon to 8 pm.

Famous for: Backpacks, hippie outfits, shoes, bags, accessories.

Tibetan Market on Baga Road

Tibetan Market on Baga Road
Baga market or the Tibetan market on Baga Road is a cluster of hundreds of shops and stalls that sell clothes, shoes, souvenirs, jewelry, leather products, and other such useful items. All the goods and products here are locally made and are of good quality as they mostly contain natural ingredients. The Tibetan Market on Baga Road comes to life as the sun goes down.

Lamps and lanterns light up this market as it begins to come to life after sundown. The ecstatic live music, food stalls, warm traders and overall a very lively atmosphere make this Tibetan market one of the most visited places in Goa.

Location: Calangute-Anjuna Road

Timings: Everyday Saturday from 7 am till midnight.

Famous for: Souvenirs, trinkets, showpieces, jewelry, accessories, and earthenware.

Hollywood Market

 Hollywood Market
Hollywood Fashion is one of the most popular and best tailoring shops in Goa where you get bespoke tailoring service. If you happen to attend a formal function or a wedding in Goa, you can come to this Hollywood Fashion shop for perfect suits, blazers, shirts, and tuxedos. The shop has been running successfully for the past 20 years here in Goa.

It boasts on its highly skilled team of tailors and designers who cater to all your needs of bridal gowns, leather jackets, bridesmaids dresses, suits for both men and women, casual wear, formal wear, and other such requirements. You can choose the clothing material from the shop itself or can bring your own to get your outfit made.

The shop is popular for its detailed work and great turnaround time. So even if you are in a rush to attend a function in Goa, you can trust this shop for their best services.

Location: Fort Aguada Road, near Souza Vaddo, Candolim.

Timings: From Sunday to Saturday, from 9 am to 10 pm.

Famous for: Jackets, suits, shirts and wedding outfits.
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