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Exploring Lanzarote Markets Your Ultimate Guide

Lanzarote, one of the stunning Canary Islands, is not just about its beautiful landscapes and beaches but also about its vibrant local markets. These markets are a treasure trove of fresh produce, artisanal crafts, and unique souvenirs, offering a genuine taste of local culture. Here’s your comprehensive guide to the Lanzarote markets, including schedules, what you can buy, transport options, and more.

Lanzarote Markets

The Most Popular Markets in Lanzarote

Teguise Market


When: Every Sunday, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Where: Historic center of Teguise

What to Find: Agrarian products, handicrafts, jewellery, wine, cheese, fast food, clothes, leather goods, and more.
Why Visit: Teguise Market is the largest and most popular market on the island, attracting both locals and tourists. It offers a wide variety of products and a vibrant atmosphere with live Canarian music and dance performances​.

Lanzarote Markets

Playa Blanca Market (Marina Rubicón)


When: Every Wednesday and Saturday, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Where: Marina Rubicon

What to Find: Souvenirs, food, jewellery, clothes, crafts, and more.
Why Visit: Located along the scenic marina, this market provides a lovely shopping experience with a mix of modern and artisanal goods.


Arrecife Market


When: Every Saturday, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Where: Plaza de Las Palmas

What to Find: Agrarian products, natural and ecological products, cheese, pastries, flowers, and more.
Why Visit: This market is easily accessible and offers a great selection of local produce and crafts​.


Costa Teguise Market


When: Every Friday, 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM


Where: Pueblo Marinero, Costa Teguise

What to Find: Handicrafts, jewellery, leather goods, local food, and drinks.
Why Visit: The evening setting in Pueblo Marinero creates a charming atmosphere perfect for browsing and enjoying local tapas and drinks​.

Haría Market


When: Every Saturday, 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM


Where: Plaza León y Castillo

What to Find: Agrarian products, handicrafts, wine, cheese, and artisan items.
Why Visit: This market is set in the tranquil village of Haría, offering a more relaxed shopping experience.

Puerto del Carmen Market


When: Every Friday, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Where: Old Town Harbour (Plaza del Varadero)

What to Find: Local crafts, jewellery, souvenirs, and more.
Why Visit: It’s a smaller market but provides a great opportunity to explore the charming harbour area of Puerto del Carmen.


Uga Market


When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Where: Next to the church in Uga

What to Find: Agrarian products, natural and ecological products, wine, cheese, and artisan crafts.
Why Visit: Known for its relaxed and friendly atmosphere, it’s a perfect stop on your way to explore the volcanic regions of Lanzarote​.


San Bartolomé Market


When: First Sunday of every month, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Where: Plaza León y Castillo
What to Find: Agrarian products, handicrafts, pastries, wine, and cheese.
Why Visit: This monthly market offers a special chance to purchase unique local goods​.


Playa Honda Market


When: Third Saturday of every month, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Where: Calle Mayor, Playa Honda

What to Find: Agrarian products, dried fish, handmade pieces.
Why Visit: A smaller, monthly market offering unique, locally made products​.


Tahiche Market


When: Every Thursday, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Where: Plaza del C.S.C. Santiago el Mayor


What to Find: Traditional Canarian food products and ecological fresh produce.
Why Visit: A great place to buy fresh, local produce and traditional foods​ (Lanzarote Information)​.

Lanzarote Markets

What Can You Buy?

Common Goods at Lanzarote Markets

  • Agrarian Products: Fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, and organic products.

  • Handicrafts: Jewellery, ceramics, basketry, leather goods, textiles, and other artisan crafts.

  • Local Produce: Cheese, wines, pastries, and other delicacies made from local ingredients.

  • Clothing and Accessories: Traditional Canarian attire, fashion items, and accessories.

  • Souvenirs: Fridge magnets, postcards, and various memorabilia.

  • Artisan Items: Unique decorative pieces and handmade goods.


Transport to the Markets


By Bus

  • Teguise Market: Bus Line 13

  • Playa Blanca Market: Bus Line 60

  • Arrecife Market: Bus Lines 21 and 22

  • Costa Teguise Market: Bus Lines 1 and 3

  • Haría Market: Bus Line 7

  • Puerto del Carmen Market: Bus Lines 3 and 12

  • Uga Market: Bus Line 60

  • San Bartolomé Market: Bus Line 52

  • Playa Honda Market: Bus Line 22

  • Tahiche Market: Bus Line 14


Costs and Tickets

  • Single Journey Costs: €1.40 to €3.30 depending on distance and route.

  • Bono Ticket: Prepaid tickets offering discounts of up to 20%.

  • Unlimited Travel Pass: Available for one day, three days, or a week, providing unlimited travel on the island’s bus network.


Payment Methods

  • Cash: Most commonly accepted for single journey tickets purchased directly from the bus driver.

  • Bono Ticket: Can be purchased with cash at bus stations and certain retail outlets.

Organized Market Trips


Teguise Market Trips

  • Canarian Transfer: Offers a tour including pick-up and drop-off at your hotel, an English-speaking guide, and costs around €15 per person​ (​.

  • Trip Canarias: Provides similar services with an official guide, air-conditioned vehicle, and pick-up and drop-off. The tour costs approximately €15 per person​ (Canarias Trip)​.


Other Market Trips

  • Playa Blanca Market: Available through various tour providers, often including additional sightseeing in Playa Blanca.

  • Haría Market: Includes visits to nearby attractions, providing a more comprehensive experience.




Exploring the markets of Lanzarote is a must for any visitor. Whether you’re looking for fresh local produce, unique crafts, or simply want to soak up the vibrant atmosphere, these markets offer something for everyone. Plan your visit, enjoy the local flavours, and take home some wonderful souvenirs from this beautiful island.

For the latest information on Lanzarote market schedules and bus services, check the official Intercity Bus Lanzarote website. Happy shopping!

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