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Anjuna Flea Market

Listed under Markets in Karnataka, India.

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The Anjuna Flea Market which opens at 9 am every Wednesday by the seaside of Anjuna Beach in Goa is the perfect place to find a market with a unique style and rhythm. Founded in the 1960s, Anjuna was the hang-out for Western hippies who wanted to stay longer and could only do so by selling guitars, jeans and jewelry.

It is today, located amongst the "heart of the backpacker scene" and can prove to be a very entertaining day out. Make sure you remember to bargain. The easiest way is to do is reduce the price by a 1/3 and go from there!

It is most in season from October through to April.

Written by  Alexander.

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