After a break of almost three years the Sabinillas Sunday market will return to the fairground on the Rio Manilva Road from Sunday 15th January.
What was one of the areaâ€™s main attractions has returned following its closure due to the pandemic and the subsequent decision by the local government team to keep it closed, despite every other market on the Costa del Sol reopening over a year ago, and to subsequently turn the area into a space for outdoor sports and leisure.
The market, which is being organised and run by the AsociaciÃ³n Ambulante de Artesanos, will feature stalls selling second-hand goods, arts & crafts, local produce, collectibles, and antiques.
The market will have a maximum 128 stalls, and will now occupy the top half of the car park due to the original area having been designated for outdoor sports.
There are still a number of permanent pitches available, and those interested should contact Antonio on 629 478 739 or email email@example.com. You will need to have in place Public Liability Insurance of at least 90,000 euros.
There will also be a limited number of pitches available for occasional sellers who should contact Antonio on 629 478 739 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before the Sunday on which they wish to attend. There will no longer be the old lottery system on the morning itself.
Sellers should be on their pitches before 9 am and the market opens to the public from 10 am. Sellers should remain on their pitches up until 2 pm and must vacate the market by no later than 4 pm.