Without plans for the weekend? We present some activities that will take place on Saturday and Sunday 14 and 15 November if you want to enjoy the good weather.
Markets on Saturday and Sunday
If you like markets next weekend you have an appointment; let’s have a look at the markets that take place.
Made in Soho: In the centre of Malaga on Saturday 7th takes place this craft market where you can find fashion items, paintings, foods and photography.
Cacharrete Market: Market taking place in calle Caldereria with fashion and second-hand items.
Market organized by the protector of animals and plants:
At Camino de las Erizas takes place a market with exhibitions and workshops, crafts, tapas and music, all on Sunday starting at 11 am.
Zoco de Malaga
At 11 am on Sunday at Pier 1 takes place another market for fashion, accessories and jewellery which will be open until 6 pm.
Food market La Merced
If you have not yet decided or if you have visited this blog after the date, we propose another idea that you might find interesting and that you can do any weekend… and that is, after all, who does not enjoy a good meal?
The market La Merced, open from 11 am and situated close to the birthplace of Picasso in the centre of Malaga, is an ideal place for those who want to enjoy good flavours.
There are plenty of stands where you can enjoy a nice meal, among these we highlight Cot-Cot, where is presented the classic Tortilla but made with range eggs from hens kept outdoors on their own farm.
Another stand as Cruzcampo origen allows us to enjoy a freshly brewed beer and at Antigua Casa de Guardia you can taste the wines of Malaga´s most authentic winery.
These are just a few examples; we recommend visiting the official website if you are interested in the proposal: http://www.mercadomerced.com
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