Goa – a land that’s known for its pristine beaches, verdant greens and is a treasure trove of the past. But did you know this western state is also a splendid destination for shopaholics, offering options galore for all budgets? From flea markets to high-end stores, you’ll find them all here, selling an interesting array of things. Let’s take a look at the most popular buys and then take a quick ‘tour’ through some of the most bustling marketplaces in North and South Goa. 

Indulge in an Abundance of Choices:

When it comes to shopping in Goa, the options are boundless. From exquisite saris to delicate sea shells, and from freshly baked bread to trendy beachwear, you’ll find a cornucopia of items to explore. Immerse yourself in the flavours of this coastal paradise by sampling delectable treats such as Bebinca, a mouthwatering dessert, and a diverse range of indigenous breads. Don’t miss the opportunity to savour the distinct taste of flavoured tea, feni, and port wine. For those seeking to enhance their living spaces, Goa offers a treasure trove of exquisite items, including intricate wooden carvings, antique furniture, and crafts made from coconut shells.

Embrace the essence of Goa by acquiring locally produced sea salt, as well as decorative items and jewellery crafted from sea shells. Fashion enthusiasts will be delighted by the diverse range of clothing available, from traditional Kunbi saris to ultra-glamorous beachwear and stylish hats. However, the shopping experience doesn’t stop there. Ensure you bring home a piece of Goa’s heritage by purchasing Azulejos Tiles—small, polished blue tiles that depict captivating stories of old and new.

Another iconic aspect of Goa is the timeless artwork of the renowned late Goan cartoonist, Mario Miranda. Immerse yourself in his distinctive illustrations, which can be found on coffee mugs, T-shirts, and Azulejos tiles. Don’t forget to include these captivating pieces on your shopping list.

Shopping Havens in North Goa:

Anjuna Beach

Renowned as one of Goa’s most popular shopping hubs, the weekly flea market attracts visitors from far and wide. Held every Wednesday, it offers an enticing array of products that showcase the vibrant tapestry of India. Explore a treasure trove of Rajasthani bags, saris, and bedsheets, along with aromatic spices from Kerala. Discover exquisite jewelry and craft items lovingly crafted by Tibetan and Kashmiri sellers, and browse through a delightful collection of clothing from Gujarat. Prepare to indulge in a shopping spree that will leave you captivated until the very end.


This market comes alive every Friday. While it will be a bit crowded, there’s nothing you can’t find here. From homemade pickles, aromatic spices, fresh and dried fish, fruits, vegetables, and renowned Goan sausages to clothing, antiques, pottery, and jewelry, you can enjoy shopping it all at affordable prices.

Tibetan Market on Baga Road 

Are you a fan of Tibetan goods? If yes, head to the Tibetan Market on Baga Road, which is open from October to May. You can find unique jewellery, beautiful furniture, bells, and curios here. Polish your bargaining skills, and you’ll be delighted with the results.

Baga-Calangute Road 

For clothing enthusiasts, this market is a paradise with a wide range of beachwear, summer dresses, and shorts. Additionally, explore furniture and jewellery options during your visit.

Panjim Market

A visit to this market will be a treat for foodies and cooking enthusiasts. This is where you will find the best of Goa’s curry pastes, port wine, cashew nuts, and spices. The place is also known for some popular eating joints. 

Night market at Arpora

You can enjoy shopping under the starlit Goan skies every weekend. It’s a foodie’s delight, with numerous stalls selling delicious dishes. You can also fill your bags with clothes and knickknacks before exploring some fantastic entertainment options.

Mackie’s Night Bazaar 

This bustling market has over 100 stalls selling almost everything – from clothes and craft items to souvenirs and footwear. What adds to this bazaar’s popularity is its proximity to party spots and restaurants.

Shopping Havens in South Goa:

MMC Market

Located in Margao, MMC Market is also known as Gandhi Market. It’s a must-visit if you are a fan of handmade soaps. It’s also a haven for spices and household items. 

Palolem Market

A variety of yummy food and stalls selling souvenirs and clothes at affordable prices – this is a great place to not just indulge in shopping but also enjoy an outing with friends. 

Colva Beach 

Want to enjoy shopping by the beach? Colva is where you should head. From knick-knacks to clothes, you will find a variety of things here. Make sure to bargain.  

A Land of Beauty And Nature’s Bounty

With its serene beaches, lush natural beauty, and historical significance, Goa attracts numerous tourists each year- beach lovers, nature enthusiasts, and history buffs alike. Many individuals have chosen to make Goa their permanent home, lured by the promise of a tranquil, pollution-free environment where the melodic waves and harmonious bird songs form the soundtrack of daily life.

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Choose from a range of 1, 2, or 3 BHK apartments in Dabolim and embrace the life of your dreams amidst the alluring beauty of Goa.