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Marsaxlokk and the fish-market

Marsaxlokk and the fish-market

The market in Marsaxlokk takes place every day, but on the weekend it is the biggest - especially on Sundays. Offered are fish (only till 12 o‘clock), smaller hardware, clothes, accessories, toys, souvenirs, shoes, CDs and DVDs, fruits and vegetables, etc.

You should trade before you buy something - sometimes prices are written down but still you can trade a little bit. If you want to get something very cheap you can pass at the stand later again when the people are gone, so you will get it quite cheaper - if what you want is still there.

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