Flavours of Spain

Lanjaron - Part 4


Shops and markets


The main tourist area with shops selling honey, hams, cheeses, nuts, dried fruit, rugs and baskets is along Avida La Alpujarras
 
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The smaller local shops are along Calle Real. The pharmacy, bakers, fruit and vegetable shops are along here. The supermarkets have not yet arrived and I got the impression most people shop daily.

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The Municipal Market  is above Calle Real and is open in the mornings.

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When I arrived at 9.30 only a few stalls were open and I wasn’t sure if it was just  setting up or just finishing. There were a couple of greengrocers, bread and meat stalls. There was a stall selling frozen food , a small general stall and some clothes. Only the fish stall was busy, possibly as there is nowhere else in Lanjaron selling fish.

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There is also a Friday morning street market on Calle Senor de la Expiracion, below the town hall. Apart from one stall selling fruit and vegetables and another selling sweets, dried fruit and pulses, this was all clothes and shoes. Unlike Mecado Municipal, it was busy.

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