You’ll most likely want to shop while on vacation in Antalya. Antalya, which receives over 15 million people annually, is a site where you can go swimming, have fun in the nights, and shop for many fascinating things. There is something for every taste in Antalya’s bazaars, thanks to the diversity of goods on sale. The dates, places, and items that are typically sold at these bazaars are listed below. We’ve also included advice on how to reach the Antalya bazaar from neighbouring beach resort towns.
Fruit and Vegetable Market
On Tuesdays, there is a sizable fruit and vegetable market above Hacet Square, next to the Alanya market hall. Bananas, oranges, carob, figs, pomegranates, and a variety of other fresh fruits and vegetables are available for purchase from the traders. By using a public bus, you can get to the market the quickest. Take the nearby Line 50 to the Okurcalar station and exit.
Every Saturday between 8:00 and 17:00, the Bazaar in Tosmur is open. The location is between the Migros store and the adjoining 5. Sk street. In Alanya, businesses sell goods to residents, foreigners, and visitors. Typical goods include apparel, souvenirs, food, fresh fruits, meat, household goods, tea, spices, and everyday stuff. Taking a public bus is the most straightforward way to get from Alanya’s city centre to Tosmur Bazaar. For hotel visitors in Oba or Tosmur, the Bazaar is accessible by foot.
Every Friday in Alanya, close to the dolmuş stop, there is a sizable bazaar. The market is well-liked by residents and visitors alike due to its convenient location and wide selection of goods. Only a few yards separate it from the intersection of Gemici Sokak and Büyük Has Bahce Caddesi, the broad thoroughfare that runs north from the Atatürk Monument close to the harbour. Fresh produce and vegetables, clothing of various kinds, shoes, bags, trinkets, and souvenirs are among the numerous items for sale.
The sizable Okurcalar covered Antalya bazaar is located right next to Alparslan Türkeş Boulevard. Every Tuesday from 9:00 to 18:00, a wide variety of goods are sold beneath the enormous canopy. Fresh produce, spices, tea, household products, clothing, and shoes are among the usual items seen in the Okurcalar market. Fake items are widely available, including bags, T-shirts, and sportswear, at numerous stands.