Bazaar in Alanya Turkey
There are peasant markets and market squares in almost every district of Alanya. The Peasant Bazaar is a place where villagers sell natural and organic products at affordable prices. These areas for the market are determined by the Municipality of Alanya.
What are the best markets - bazaars in Alanya?
The most popular of Alanya's bazaars are Friday Market, Tuesday, and Sunday Market.
On Friday, the market is set up in the center of Alanya, in the bus stop area, where you can easily find it, in the city center. The largest market in Alanya is JUMA PAZARY. In addition to fruits and vegetables, you can find all kinds of clothes, shoes, glassware, and souvenirs at the Friday market.
How to get to Alanya Friday Market can be done as follows. After walking 200 meters from the Ataturk monument in the center of Alanya towards Antalya on the main street, the Friday market will start from there.
The Sunday market opens slightly above Hajet Square. As a rule, vegetables and fruits predominate, and there are many goods such as clothing, glassware.
Why are the bazaars in Alanya cheap?
Markets play an important role in our lives, as women usually walk and transportation is difficult, so there are markets almost everywhere.
The following markets have been established in Alanya. These markets open every week, and we recommend that you visit them.
Bazaars usually open in Alanya and its provinces on the following days.
- Friday - in Kestel
- Tuesday - in Mahmutlar
- Thursday - in the Tosmur region of Alanya.
- Monday - in Obagol district in Alanya
- Friday (juma pazar) - in the center of Alanya
- Wednesday - to Konakli
- Wednesday - in Avsallar
- Sunday - to Turkler
Fruits, vegetables, and clothing can usually be found in these bazaars.
But also in Alanya on different days bazaars for textiles or other goods are opened.