10 Markets In Granada That Every Shopaholic Would Devour!

Granada Markets

  1. Alcaiceria
  2. Christmas Market
  3. Medieval Market
  4. Zaidin market
  5. Marcha verde
  6. Dulces típicos Granada
  7. Market Plaza Nueva
  8. Mini Market (Haza Grande)
  9. Granada Pinta Bien
  10. Terra Market. Granada
Delight in a shopping experience or simply browse through some of the most exquisite displays of local art, artifacts, spices, jewelry, and much more at the markets in Granada. Home to a number of bazaars, this old Spanish city offers a variety of merchandise and is a complete shopper’s paradise. It is also a bargain hunter’s haven and a sanctuary for all food lovers. Wander through the narrow alleyways and winding streets of the best Granada markets and soak in the vibrancy, colors, and fragrances.

Head to Calle Alcaicería and enjoy the old world charm that oozes out of the stall here. Spend your Saturday morning exploring the extensive Zaidin market and select some Arabic fabric at the best rates. You can also visit some of the other unique markets such as the Granada Pinta Bien that works at promoting local art and culture or the Terra Market which is the first plastic free market in the city. 

Here is the list of best markets in Granada: 

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  • Discover the past opulence of one of the most famous markets in Granada that was once known as the city’s ‘Grand Bazaar’ back in the 19th century.
  • Walk down the narrow alleyways of this market and shop for the best spices, herbs, spice blends, and herbal tea mixes in the city.
  • Visit the famous spice shop here called Medievo near the cathedral and browse through its well-stocked goods that include paprika, curry blends, ground peppers, and saffron.
  • Indulge in other specialties here such as delicacies from the East, especially spices and dried fruits and it is also a great haunt for tea lovers.

    Location: C. Alcaiceria, 1, 3, 18001 Granada, Spain

    Timings: Monday- Saturday 10 am to 9pm
                   Sunday- 10:30 am to 8:30 pm

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Marcha Verde

  • Make your way to one of the most talked about markets in Granada that is easily accessible for its proximity to the bus station.
  • Pick out an entire range of goods from here including clothes, shoes, bags, other accessories, as well as electronics and novelty items at the cheapest rates.
  • Shop for fruits, vegetables, flowers, all beautifully displayed near ceramics and Arabic fabrics as well as quaint little shops that sell organic olive oil, wines, and locally baked fresh breads.

    Location: Calle Gobernador Pedro Temboury, Granada & Calle de la Sultana, Zaidin, Granada

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Zaidin Market

  • Explore the city’s southern districts and come across some of the most famous and biggest traditional markets in Granada.
  • Get mesmerized by the range of goods on display here in hundreds of stalls that comprise the entire market.
  • Let out your bargaining skills and pick from an array of Arabic fabrics at the most reasonable prices.
  • Shop for other items of clothing and shoes followed by a splendid lunch at one of the several tapas bars nearby.

    Location: C. Torre de la Pólvora, 0, 18008 Granada, Spain

    Timings: Saturday from 8 AM – 1 PM

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Medieval Market

  • Explore one of Andalusia’s biggest and best medieval markets that is set up every year during the summer season.
  • Indulge in its spectacular gastronomic features with massive BBQs and several spit-roasts on which you will find entire hogs rotating slowly.
  • Enjoy watching the spirit of the Granada markets come alive with most of the shop owners turning out in complete traditional attire that also give you fun photo opportunities.
  • Spend a relaxing afternoon picking out unique handmade leather and wood artifacts of digging into the most succulent boar-burger or a steak.

    Location: Plaza de Bib-Rambla

    Timings: usually in the month of July

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Christmas Market

  • Delight your senses by the festive atmosphere and vibrancy of one of the most charming markets in Granada.
  • Visit here during the festive months of December and January to witness the huge number of stalls that have on offer beautiful nativity scenes that have been carved out of wood by hand.
  • Indulge in mouthwatering cakes and sweets and splurge on a range of exquisite handmade jewelry, leather goods, toys and souvenirs with a Christmas theme.
  • Click pictures around the Christmas tree that is located at the plaza’s center which is also a meeting point for locals to wish each other the season’s greetings.

    Location: Plaza de Bib-Rambla, Granada, Spain
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    Timings: First week of December until January 5

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Terra Market. Granada

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  • Visit the first plastic free markets in Granada that takes every care to preserve the environment by keeping it as eco-friendly as possible.
  • Watch the various methods used to keep the market plastic free such as getting your own jars or buying one, filling them with bulk items, and keeping waste to zero.
  • Buy some of the most healthy and ecological products at the market that promotes responsible consumption and reducing environmental deterioration.

    Location: C. Cruz, 18, 18002 Granada, Spain

    Timings: Monday to Friday from 10am to 2pm and 5:30pm to 8pm and on Saturdays 10am to 2 pm.

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Granada Pinta Bien

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  • Walk down the awe-inspiring lanes of one of the most unique Granada markets that has been formed by an association of local artists.
  • Witness the spectacular artistic creations that go on to promote the works of local artists and cultural activities in the entire city.
  • Enjoy looking at various techniques and styles by which the artists’ love for the art and the city is showcased at this market that translates, ‘Granada Paints Well’.
  • Buy a range of environment friendly items here such as recycled products and natural cosmetics apart from ceramics, illustrations, art, clothes, accessories, and jewelry.

    Location: Plaza de la Romanilla, 18001 Granada, Spain or, Paseo de los Tristes,  Paseo del Padre Manjón, 18010 Granada, Spain

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Dulces típicos Granada

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  • Take a stroll down this busy covered indoor market that is frequented by a lot of locals and features produce stalls, bakeries, tapas bars, fishmongers, and butchers, among others.
  • Get a taste of exotic local delicacies and wine at the several tapas bars that dot the market.
  • Pick out from an amazing selection of fish and other seafood at reasonable rates, have it cooked here on the spot, and enjoy it absolutely fresh.
  • Experience the fantastic buzz about the place that gives a very local feel to it and do not forget to pick some of the best homemade olive oil from here.

    Location: Pl. de San Agustín, S/N, 18001 Granada, Spain

    Timings: Monday to Saturday from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.

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Mini Market (Haza Grande)

  • Visit this popular supermarket that is always bustling with activity and has a variety of options including food stalls and seafood restaurants.
  • Explore the range of merchandise that are on display at this market ranging from fruits, vegetables, breads, meat and dairy products to delicatessen, flowers, wine, local produce, and much more.
  • Indulge in some of the specialties of the area which are sold at this market such as honey, olive oil, ham, and cheese and pick out some to take back home.

    Location: C. Guadalete, 25, 18010 Granada, Spain

    Timings: Tuesday to Thursday from 11am to 10pm, Friday to Sunday from 11am to 2am and on Mondays 11 am to 3pm and 6pm to 2 am.

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Market Plaza Nueva

  • Enjoy the smell of freshly brewed coffee at one of the favorite Granada markets among locals  who throng here especially in the mornings for breakfast.
  • Revel in the vibrant atmosphere of the market where you will find a variety of restaurants serving a great selection of local and international dishes, bakeries, shops selling tobacco products, accessories, and drugstores.
  • Witness the old architecture here that represents the ancient Andalusian civilization and wallow in the warm hospitality of the sellers.

    Location: C. Hermosa, 7, 18010 Granada, Spain

    Timings: 10 AM – 2 AM

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People Also Ask About Granada

  1. What are all the things we can buy from the Medieval Market?

    You can buy a plethora of items from the Medieval Market in Granada such as handmade leather and wood artifacts. However, the market is particularly famous for its food stalls and variety of delicacies. It features massive BBQs and several spit-roasts on which entire hogs are rotated slowly. The boar-burgers and steaks served here attract large crowds from across the city.
  2. Which are the best night markets in Granada?

    Some of the best night markets in Granada include the Market Plaza Nueva, the Granada Square Night Market, Granada esta de moda, and Alcaiceria among others. You can shop for items ranging from clothes, accessories and spices to food items, wines, and oils at these markets.
  3. What is Alcaiceria famous for?

    The Alcaicería market was popularly referred to as the Grand Bazaar of Granada that was originally built in the 15th century and was known for its opulence. The massive market used to stock everything from the richest silks from Arabia to the most exotic spices from Africa. However, after a huge fire in the 19th century, the market lost most of its appeal and today is known for what remains of its original splendor.
  4. What is the best time to visit Granada in Spain?

    The best time to visit Granada is in the months of May and June as well as between September and October. This is when the temperatures remain relatively cool making it easy for walking tours, outdoor activities and sightseeing. Moreover, some of the city’s biggest cultural events take place during this time making it an ideal time to visit.
  5. What are the best foods to try out in Granada?

    Some of the must-try food items in Granada that are also easily available in the Granada markets include:

    - Habas con Jamón
    - Plato Alpujarreño
    - Tortilla del Sacromonte
    - Remojón Granaíno

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