The Moraira market opens every Friday around 9 am, or earlier, and closes at lunchtime. In winter it will depend on the westher as to how many stalls turn up, and what time they close.
Moraira Market – every Friday morning just inland of the shops, on part of the town car park. It is an an enjoyable experience to wander up and down the rows of stalls. Most sorts of fruit and vegetables are available, including dried fruits, nuts, herbs and spices. All the food stalls are together at the southern end of the market. Fruit and vegetables are obviously seasonal. We tend to buy a 5 kilo net of local oranges every week in winter and have a glass of fresh OJ for breakfast every morning with our breakfast. As this is Spain all fresh produce is early in the year. Strawberries arrive in February.
Teulada Market – The traditional weekly market takes place every Wednesday morning in Teulada. It is a small, very “Spanish” market, with a quite extensive range of produce and tends not to be as crowded as Moraira. As more of the purchasers are local Spanish rather then tourists or ex-pats, the prices are lower then in the Moraira market. They sell fruit, vegetables, nuts, dried fruits, herbs and spices plus some non food items.