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Shopping in Goa

If you think that Goa is just too chill out on beaches with nothing much for shopping, so you are wrong, “Goa”, a shopaholic’s dream destination in its true sense offers amazing flea markets and night bazaars that feature peeping voices, many colours and bargaining is on full range of products and price.

Beside flea markets and night bazaars, Shopping in Goa is a combination of treating oneself or another into luxurious shopping at rich mall, buying specialized fashion clothing and accessories from designer boutique, exploring shops that sell peculiar beach wear and tees, or visiting book-stores that have everything from mythological to fiction/several government emporia that trade antiques and handicrafts at bargain rates.
So if you are a shopaholic, what are you thinking, go on and read all about the famous markets for shopping in Goa:


Best Places for Shopping in Goa :


Goa’s Flea/StreetMarkets Anjuna Flea Market Goa 1. Anjuna Flea Market

One of the most famous shopping places in North Goa “Flea market” at Anjuna Beach held every Wednesday is a paradise or perfect place for real shopaholics. With hundreds of stalls selling hammocks, handicrafts, tattoos carving, western jewellery, souvenirs, beachwear, trinkets, bed covers, musical instruments, wall hangings, footwear, wooden crafts and carvings, t-shirts, junk jewellery and anything funky at best price allure visitors. So get ready to push for a bargain at Anjuna flea market.

  • Location : Anjuna, North Goa

  • Don't Forget to Buy : Footwear, Artificial jewellery, Souvenirs and Anything funky

  • How to Reach : For Anjuna Flea market the nearest airport is “Dabolim Airport, Goa”(23 km) and the nearest rail head is “Thivim Railway Station”(15 km).From the railway station/airport, taxis, buses,cabs and rickshaws are available till Anjunamarket. Due to its well-connected roadways, there are many buses connecting Anjuna market to other cities.

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2. Mapusa Market

Mapusa Market GoaAn outstanding location for every enthusiastic shoppers, “Mapusa Market” is just the normal Goan bazaar for most of the week, but If you want to experience the real flavours of traditional Goan shopping, explore Mapusa market on a sunny Friday morning where you can find just about anything, with items ranging from antiques and Goan pottery to handicrafts, its dried and fresh fish, spices, homemade pickles, fruits, vegetables, Goa’s famous ‘chouricos’ sausages,  textiles, clothing, coir mats, jewellery and much more at reasonable price makes shopping fun and satisfying. So comes across this place and test your bargaining skills.

  • Location : Mapusa, North Goa

  • Don't Forget to Buy : Dried and Fresh Fish, Spices, Pickles,Goa’s famous ‘chouricos’ sausages, Antiques,Textiles,and Handicrafts

  • How to Reach : For Mapusa Market the nearest airport is “Dabolim Airport, Goa”(36 km) and the nearest rail head is “Thivim Railway Station”(11km). From the railway station/airport, taxis, buses,cabs and rickshaws are available till Mapusa market. Due to its well-connected roadways, there are many buses connecting Mapusa market to other cities.

3. Panjim Market

“Panjim Market”, a combination of street-side stalls and shopping malls offers a variety of goods like wines, cashew nuts, local handicrafts, Goan spices and much more. Beside goods, its multiplex and an array of eateries in proximity no doubt attract visitors a lot. So if you want to carry a bit of Goa back with us, shop away at Panjim “The largest Market in Goa” that has a peculiar Goan touches into it.

  • Location : Panjim city, Goa

  • Don't Forget to Buy : Cashew nuts, Local spices, Handicrafts

  • How to Reach : For Panjim market,the nearest airport is “Dabolim Airport, Goa”(35 km) and the nearest rail head is “Karmali Railway Station”(10 km). From the railway station/airport, taxis, buses, cabs and rickshaws are available till Panjim market. Owing to its well-connected roadways, there are many buses connecting Panjim market to other cities.

4. Calangute Market SquareCalangute Market Square Goa

One of the most haunted beach spots in North Goa, “Calangute” features its own market with a line-up of beach-side shacks and stalls, selling everything right from trendy clothes to beachwear, handicrafts, leather products, souvenirs, sea shells, jewellery, carpets, metal crafts, and trinkets to lots of seafood snacks and beer. So get ready to check out the stalls and shacks at Calungate market square

  • Location : Calangute, North Goa

  • How to Reach : For Calangute market square, the nearest airport is “Dabolim Airport, Goa”(20 km) and the nearest rail head is “Thivim Railway Station”(15 km). From the railway station/airport, taxis, buses, cabs and rickshaws are available till Calangute market. Owing to its well-connected roadways, there are many buses connecting Calangute market squareto other cities.

  • Shopping Tip for Flea markets : Bargaining is really important at Goa’s flea markets. So, bargain hard if you want a best deal. Beware of over-pushy sellers. Keep your belongings safe.

  • Don't Forget to Buy : Trinkets,Carpets, Beachweara


Goa’s Night Bazaars 1. Mackie’s Night Bazaar

“Mackie’s night bazaar” which held every Saturday and runs until midnight on the dazzling Baga Beach pack with huge number of shopping hangouts selling antiques, junk jewellery,clothes, beachwear, souvenirs and handicrafts, along with eateries(authentic Chinese, Goan, Indian, and Tibetan fast food)  and some vigorous live music that is truly an enthralling pleasure to unfold.

  • Location : Arpora-Baga Road

  • Don't Forget to Buy : Antiques, Junk jewellery, Handicrafts

  • How to Reach : ForMackie’s night bazaar, the nearest airport is “Dabolim Airport, Goa”(22 km) and the nearest rail head is “Thivim Railway Station” (15 km). From the railway station/airport, taxis, buses, cabs and rickshaws are available tillMackie’s night bazaar. Owing to its well-connected roadways, there are many buses connecting Mackie’s night bazaarto other cities.

2. Ingo’s Saturday Night Bazaar

“Ingo’s Saturday Night Bazaar” at Arpora is a hot tourists spot and shoppers like, as this market is not an exhilarating fusion of shopping opportunities ranging from yummy foodstuff, herbs and spices to handicraft(from Rajasthan, Kashmir, and Tibet), bags, accessories, designer jewellery, paintings, semi-precious stones, clothes, books, rugs and carpets but the most alluring factor that mesmerize visitors is to shop in the pleasant atmosphere or in shimmering mid night that no doubt adds a happening feel to it.

  • Location: Arpora, Goa

  • Don't Forget to Buy :  Handicrafts from Rajasthan, Kashmir, and Tibet, Handbags, Apparel

  • How to Reach :ForIngo’s Saturday night bazaar, the nearest airport is “Dabolim Airport, Goa”(23 km) and the nearest rail head is “Thivim Railway Station” (13 km). From the railway station/airport, taxis, buses, cabs and rickshaws are available tillIngo’s Saturday night bazaar. Owing to its well-connected roadways, there are many buses connecting Ingo’s Saturday night bazaarto other cities.

3. Baga Market Baga Market Goa

One of the most popular Saturday night flea market “Baga” not only boost for its numerous shacks and stalls selling everything from clothes to goodies, bric-a-brac, trinkets, jewellery, handicrafts and so more but its beach-side saloons where can get a trendy haircut, the tarot card readers or palmists and the terrace cafes and shacks that serve everything from coffee to pork vindaloo grab the attention of every visitors.

  • Location : Baga Beach, North Goa

  • Don't Forget to Buy :  Bric-a-brac, Trinkets, Handicrafts

  • How to Reach : For Baga Saturday night flea market, the nearest airport is “Dabolim Airport, Goa” (21 km) and the nearest rail head is “Thivim Railway Station” (15 km). From the railway station/airport, taxis, buses, cabs and rickshaws are available till Baga market. Owing to its well-connected roadways, there are many buses connecting Baga market to other cities.

  • Shopping Tip for Night Bazaars : Just like Goa’s flea market, bargaining is also possible at night bazaars. However, there are some fixed-price shops as well where you have worth your money and get good quality products.


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