Walk through fish lined streets and meat markets, spice sellers and other grocery vendors and soak in the cultural milieu of Goa when you visit the Calangute Bazaar. When here, you can also shop for Kashmiri jewellery, textiles and carpets. The market also has a Tibetan section, where you can pick up some really fine Tibetan jewelleries, bowls and other copper ware. Good for Shopaholics Experience Seekers Photo Fanatics timings: Sat 6:30 AM – 12:00 PM Calangute Bazaar is a best market to buy meat to fish, groceries, textiles, pottery amongst other things, this market is a dream come true for the smart bargainer. If you are lucky enough, you can also strike a deal at the Tibetan Market or with the Kashmiri merchants and get a handsome deal on carpets and jewellery.
The streets of Calangute are packed with shops offering a wide range of goods, namely souvenirs, metal crafts, leather items, clothes and jewellery, not just from Goa, but from other parts of the country as well. The beach stretch is full of shacks, hawkers selling sarongs or astrologers or fortune-tellers waiting eagerly to read the fortune of the tourists. The Kerkar Art Complex is at a stone throw distance of the beach. Mostly Goanese handicrafts are exhibited here. Classical Indian music is available on Thursdays and Fridays at the Complex.
The Saturday bazaar held in the Beach of Calangute, near the post office has plenty of good deals for shoppers. Fish, meat, and grocery are available if you stay there for a long time. There are also textiles, pottery, and other provisions. There is also a Tibetan market in Calangute. Kashmiri merchants also frequent Goa with carpets, embroidery, and other merchandises.