Tenerife markets that locals are looking for may differ from those that people on holidays prefer.
For example, tourists seldom visit the 40 000 square meter grounds of the capital the Recinto Ferial for trade fairs in Santa Cruz, contrary to local residents.
This so called Recinto is the place that is most relevant for local fashion designers, livestock owners or even organic produce growers. It's the best spot to promote a new market for Tenerife.
La Matanza de Acentejo in the Northwest of Tenerife has a beautiful one in a very modern complex.
This is displayed on the outside facade of the complex.
Click the photo to discover more about this market where Africa meets Europe as well as the East.
Click on the photo above to discover more about this amazing Tenerife flea market.
Facebook of Rastro Guargacho and trendy Los Cristianos
Santa Cruz De Tenerife Sunday Rastro.
La Ranila Tenerife craftworks with street markets
This was once the most important market from about 1975 until 2009. Now since 2017, it has been recovering slowly but construction of new real estate is still rather slack.
Many malls and shopping centers have sprung up above all in Tenerife South and in and near the Tenerife capital.
But then there are open zone markets, such as in Calle Quintana of Puerto de la Cruz or in Toscal Longuera of Los Realejos. Not to forget Calle del Castillo to mention just one of downtown open Market Zones of the Tenerife capital.
Then lately, vintage markets like that of Calle Clavel near La Hierbita quite close to Calle del Castillo are gaining more and more weekly momentum.
The store had much Fifties fashion for sale when my friend Anand Rubai the artist and I discovered it. Its owner and Anand wanted to set up a marketing partnership. However, my friend is only fit for night markets, unfortunately, as she's unable to get up in the morning.
You can find Vintage Market Clavel by its Facebook page. Then there's also La Abejera Vintage Saturday shopping in the suburb Garcia Escámez for you to check out. New trends of Tenerife markets are humming indeed.
Indeed, many Tenerife towns still have small supermarkets and shops, some of which go back a 100 years.
Therefor leading people in town halls try to encourage the shopping outside of the big Centro Comerciales like the hypermarkets Alcampo. This is to help the economy of many Tenerife towns.From Tenerife markets back to shopping in Tenerife
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