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Shopping Bags Out: Here's Your Guide To Goa's Many Flea Markets
Think shopping in Goa and the association with flea markets is inevitable. The hippie ones in Arpora, the local Friday bazaar in Mapusa or the new curated flea in Vagator, we've got all of them covered!
One of the oldest flea markets in Goa, Ingo’s Saturday Night market is a crowd favourite. The market starting up every season, is almost the unofficial announcement that season is here in Goa. Located at Arpora (not to be confused with the new night market that has started at Baga), Ingo’s is a total hippie paradise with fire dancers, live music, hot dog stalls, vintage artifacts and a thousand stalls dressed to the nines. So, bring out your party shoes and get ready to shop all the way up till 3am. You’ll find clothes, accessories, bed linen, dreamcatchers, jewellery, hammocks, beer, local spices, art and lots more. While you shop, make sure you also bring your bargaining A game to the market.
A market that in Goa’s prime started off as a marketplace where hippies could exchange and barter goods, the Anjuna Wednesday afternoon market is a time-tested market selling eclectic trinkets, souvenirs, handmade goods and clothes. The market is held by the Anjuna beachfront, the sea-breeze being the perfect accompaniment for your afternoon shopping indulgence. The market wraps up with sunset, when live music at Cafe Looda on the beachfront, and later at Sea-Breeze takes the night a notch higher. So, if you're a day person, do check it out before it shuts for the season (usually March end/April).
The Goa Collective Bazaar at HillTop, Vagator is the new kid on the block. With 100 stalls, live music, a bar, a kids area and food, this flea market is hosted every Friday night. It's a unique set-up that comes with the promise of ‘everything curated with love’. Trippy tees, handmade jewellery, a sassy new haircut under the tree, gorgeous accessories, mouth harps, shell anklets, yoga mats, natural skincare… This freewheeling market is full of amazing knick knacks! And well, since it’s Goa, no market is complete without a bar. So, yes, grab a beer or a fruity cocktail at Luna’s cocktail bar while the children have fun making masks or other DIY art stuff.