Visit Anjuna Flea Market
Among the popular beaches, Anjuna is where many tourists head to. One of the enjoyable things to do in Goa is visit the Anjuna flea market. From colourful junk jewellery to electronic appliances, anything under the sun can be found here. This fair is held every Wednesday on the entire stretch of the Anjuna beach.
It is one of the most popular places to visit in Goa and draws visitors from all over the country and the world. The place is best known for its cheap and attractive items and trance parties which are held during the tourist season.
Anjuna is a beautiful little village in Goa and is best known for its scenic beauty and splendid churches. The village is one of the twelve Brahmin Comunidades of Bardez.
The most important tourist attraction here is the St Michael’s Church which was founded in 1595, and is dedicated to St Miguel. Other than this, there are three other chapels in the parish. Anjuna was under the control of the Portuguese and had a population of 5688 in 1950.
The flea market at this seashore originated when hippies in the earlier days used it as a market to trade second hand things for money. The market offers a wide range of items such as jewellery, clothes, second hand bikes, cell phones, cameras, and other knick-knacks. You can also enjoy delicious Goan dishes at this place or get a tattoo of your choice in one of the tattoo parlours on the beach.
The flea market is the perfect place for shopaholics. There are several other flea markets too in Goa such as the Mackies Saturday Night Bazaar and the Ingo’s Saturday Night Bazaar.