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Farmers Markets

Farmers markets in Galway City and County.

Market Name





Ballinasloe Farmers Market


Croffy's Centre, Main Street, Ballinasloe


Fridays, 8.30am - 1pm

Clifden Farmers Market


The Square, Clifden


Friday 8am - 2pm

Galway Market


Beside St Nicholas Church Galway


Saturday & Bank Holidays 8.00am-6pm,
Sundays 12-6pm

Kinvara Farmers Market


The Square Kinvara


Fridays 10am - 2pm

Mountbellew Local Food Market




Wednesdays 10am - 5pm



An Fuaran (opp. The Forge Pub) Moycullen


Every Friday, 1 - 6pm

Oranmore Producers Market


Behind Church in Oranmore,


Thursdays 12pm-6pm

Roundstone Country Market




Sundays, 11am-4pm

The Village Market


Keoghs Yard, Oughterard


Tuesdays 10am-6pm

The Village Market


Supermacs, Oughterard


Tuesdays 10am-6pm
Galway's famous bustling market has been trading in Church lane by St Nicholas' Church for literally centuries. You will find hundreds of stalls selling fresh produce and locally produced crafts. Open on Saturday, there's a great variety of food available. There’s a great variety of food available, Madras curry, Yummy Crepes, Japanese Sushi, and mouth watering handmade chocolates among many others or you can buy the ingredients for a delicious gourmet picnic. Many people come to the market to chat as well as to shop and it’s a good place to meet the locals and hear local issues discussed.<br/><br/> The market is open Saturdays and Bank Holidays from 8.00am to 6.00pm and Sundays 2.00 to 6.00.<br/><br/>
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A visit to Galway is never complete without spending some time exploring The Latin Quarter. It is a magical place. Starting at St Nicholas' Church, the Latin Quarter runs through the city's Saturday market and onto O'Brien's Bridge. From there it follows the River Corrib down to the Spanish Arch where the Galway City Museum is located and then swings back up along Middle Street and turns up Buttermilk Lane where it joins the starting point. From day-time to late into the night it is buzzing with people who are enjoying all that is on offer. The vast majority of the shops are locally owned and it boasts some of some of Galway's best loved pubs and restaurants.
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