The Flea Market since 1982
In 1982, Jorge Beer, the Swedish owner of the bar Go-karts in La Nucía, decided to set up a flea market next to his business on Sundays. He thought it could draw more customers to his bar, located on the outskirts of the town, next to the present Industrial Area. That’s how the flea market in La Nucía was born. At first it only had a provisional license and at that time nobody could have imagined that it would become the main tourist attraction in the town.
The Sunday Flea Market was founded over 30 years ago and has become La Nucía main tourist attraction. Tourists, people from La Nucía and the towns nearby are happy to visit the 700 stalls set up along two kilometres, where you can find almost everything: antiques, bargains, furniture, curious objects…
La Nucía Flea Market has recently changed its location. Now you can visit it every Sunday of the Year (in the mornings) in the Industrial Area l’Alberca.
Address: Industrial Area l´Alberca in La Nucía
The Flea Market is open: from 8:00 to 15:00 hrs.
Number of Stalls: 700
Products for sale: Crafts, second-hand objects and antiquities, food, clothes, flowers, shoes, different tools, etc… 1,000 free parking places at the Industrial Area where the Flea Market is located.