The wind over night rattled the shutters and although we woke to 17 degree weather the wind made it feel very chilly. We debated on our trip to the market but in the end decided to go. By the time we got there the wind had dropped and as the morning wore on it get hotter and hotter reaching 23/24 degrees.Open air markets are a way of life here in Spain, and the Sunday market is one of the largest we like to visit. There are lots of places to eat, everything from ‘a full English’ to German and Scandinavian food. We started our visit with the Full English and then wandered the stalls where Chris wanted to buy a jacket. It is normal to haggle a price and the jacket was €40 so he offered €35 but this particular stall would not accept less so he paid the asking price only to be given the jacket and four euros change to buy himself a coffee!
Buy the length of carpet you need and this guy will sew the edges while you wait
Meat and cheese of every description
Lots of dried fruits and vegetables
A basket maker sits in the shade making and selling his wares
Spanish dresses in every size
Wine by the barrel load! Bring your own container.
Leather handbags, mostly sold by Moroccans.