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Tuesday weekly markets in the Region of Murcia


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Street markets all over the Region from Los Belones to Jumilla

The following weekly markets are held in the Region of Murcia on Tuesdays. The listing was updated in May 2019, and should any changes be noted then please use the contact us button in the header to help maintain the accuracy of the information.

In addition, markets may be cancelled or altered due to bad weather and local or regional holidays: if in doubt, check with the local tourist office.

As a general rule the weekly markets are open from 9.00 to 14.00.

Street markets are always very popular events, both for locals and visitors from abroad, offering  an opportunity to buy fresh products and bargain clothes, along with plants and flowers, frying pans, shoes, baby clothes and household goods: the larger the market, the more variety on offer!

They’re crowded affairs, full of colour and noise as shoppers jostle for space, queue at stalls, stand and socialize and generally enjoy the experience of shopping at a relaxed pace!

Words of warning 

When buying fruit, choose stalls that have prices clearly marked and always ask for the receipt so you can check you’ve not been overcharged. Traders are obliged by law to give a receipt with a purchase, so don’t be shy of asking for one if you feel the bill may not be correct. It’s always advisable to check the bill and make sure that the correct price per kilo has been charged and the number of items you have corresponds to the receipt (in Spanish “ticket”).

Watch out for pickpockets, crowded areas such as markets tend to attract them all the world over, and don’t be scared to rummage, everyone does and that’s half the fun of it!

Tuesday markets

Central Murcia and the regional capital

Barinas in the municipality of Abanilla – in Calle Virgen Del Rosario

Alguazas – on Explanada Renfe, outside the railway station

Las Torres de Cotillas –  in Calle Oltra Moltó

Molina de Segura, in the Barrio del Carmen district (in and around Calle Felipe II) and in the outlying village of Ribera De Molino, in Calle Sánchez Aguilar.

Barrio Progreso in the municipality of Murcia 

Cobatillas (municipality of Murcia) – in Jardín Miguel Ángel Blanco

El Palmar (municipality of Murcia) – in the Calle Mayor, the main street in the town centre

Los Garres (municipality of Murcia) – in Calle Gloria

El Ranero (municipality of Murcia) – in Avenida de San Pedro del Pinatar

Sangonera la Seca (municipality of Murcia) – in Calle San Juan

Santa Cruz (municipality of Murcia) – in Calle Acequia Nueva

Santiago y Zaraiche (municipality of Murcia) – next to the local primary school, see map

Ricote – in Calle Manuel de Falla


Mar Menor and Cartagena

Dolores de Pacheco in the municipality of Torre Pacheco (nb this is an afternoon market). A small weekly event with around 20 stalls, selling fruit and veg, meat, nuts and nibbles, cakes, bread and pastries, kitchen and household cleaning products, flowers and plants, personal accessories, clothing and footwear. Click for map.

La Unión – in Calle Mayor

Los Alcázares – in and around Calle de los Catalanes (see map)

Los Belones – in the Plaza de la Iglesia

El Albujón


North and north-west Murcia

Bullas – in and around Gran Vía Manuel López Carreño (see map).

Jumilla – in Avenida de Levante, Avenida de Reyes Católicos, Calle Fueros and Calle Valencia.


South-west Murcia

Alhama de Murcia – in Avenida Juan Carlos I, where traders are usually setting up at 8.00 and the market closes at around 14.00. A good-sized market, with a full range of clothing, food and household items on sale.

Zarcilla de Ramos in the municipality of Lorca

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