Goa is a shopaholic’s paradise where you can buy all kinds of items like hippie clothing, junk jewellery, shell and bamboo accessories, terracotta and brassware, bebinca, feni, cashewnuts and sausages. There are several malls in Goa but what draws most tourists are the flea markets held weekly on the beaches in Goa.
You will love visiting the Anjuna flea market held every Wednesday on Anjuna beach where you can pick up several trinkets, handicraft items, clothing apparel, jewellery and much more! Calangute Market Square is perfect for those who want to pick up sarongs and trinkets made of shell items while enjoying a cold beer and fried prawns.
Those looking for more edible items can try the Chapora fish market where you get a variety of fish like lobsters, mussels, crabs, prawns, kingfish and pomfrets. There are also several Tibetan shops you can browse through for pearls, jewelry, photographs, and furniture. These markets are held from October till May.
Other shopping delights are the Saturday Night market at Arpora for carpets, spices, embroidered textiles, accessories, hammocks, and the Mapusa Market that has a lot of traditional Goan items, pottery, handicrafts, antiques, spices, fruits and much more! Shop to your heart’s content at these markets in Goa and pick up some exquisite ware.