Arpora Saturday Night Market

Goa is a dream come true for street shoppers and foodies. Be it junk jewellery, colourful scarves or handcrafted art pieces, Goa flea markets have it all. These markets remain open from November to the end of April.

At these flea markets, you will find both international and local products in stores and stalls. Most vendors speak Hindi, Russian and Yiddish, giving the whole market a vibe of a global village!

Arpora Night Market


The Arpora Saturday Market opens up every year in Arpora between the months of December and April. It remains operational from 6:00 pm, all the way until midnight!

The Arpora Night Market is a paradise for shopping enthusiasts out there. You can purchase handicrafts, funky jewellery, bags, clothes, leather goods, exotic lamps and more at this eclectic destination. In addition, the Arpora flea market has amazing restaurants and eateries that serve mouth-watering local and international dishes.

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The market is particularly popular among foreign tourists. Every year, the Arpora Saturday Night Bazaar attracts several travellers, mostly consisting of Indians and Europeans. You can find several stalls in the market that is run by European vendors, giving off a distinctively cosmopolitan vibe!

For ease of navigation, the market has been divided into three zones. The upper side features designer stalls and boutiques, and the middle houses food stalls, while the lower side has local products from all over India.

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Mackie’s Night Market


Mackie’s Night Bazaar is another famous night market in Arpora. It is located in close proximity to the Arpora Saturday Night Market, just a kilometre or two away. These markets are quite similar, with the only distinction being the size. Most of the stalls at Mackie’s Night Market are local vendors, unlike Arpora Night Market that has several European stalls.

Mackie’s Saturday Night Bazaar houses several stalls that sell an extensive range of handmade goods by local artists. You can shop for jewellery, clothes, bags, handicrafts, shoes and much more. The market opens at 6:00 pm and closes at 1 am on Saturdays.

The market has also become a hotspot for concerts, live music performances and dancing, where visitors can groove along to the musical atmosphere!


As you explore these famous night markets in Goa, test your bargaining skills and treat yourself with fun souvenirs, delectable dishes and more! Enjoy the delightful nuances of Goa that make it the perfect vacation destination that it is. Treat yourself to a mesmerizing stay at Shanti Villa to experience the best of the location.