Hill Top, Vagator
Hill Top is the place to be if you’re looking for the biggest trance party in town. With its iconic psychedelic parties, this spot draws in a mixed global crowd by the hordes. With weekly Sunday fiestas, stalls for drinks and food, and the industry’s finest artists lighting the stage on fire, it really is no wonder that this has quickly become the talk of the town.
Address: Ozran Beach Road, Near St. Michael’s School, Vagator, Goa 403509
Mackies Saturday Nite Bazaar, Arpora
From inexpensive clothes and footwear to bags and accessories, the Saturday Night Bazaar has a little something for everybody. Lined with hundreds of stalls and a food section with the most scrumptious North Indian delights, this place is buzzing with energy and life and definitely merits a visit!
Address: Near 281, Baga River Bridge, Tamudki Vado, Marinha Dourada Road, Arpora, Goa 403516
Saturday Night Market, Arpora
With food stalls offering cuisines from the world over, the Saturday night market is every food lover’s paradise. With local products from all over the country, boutiques and designer stalls, this market offers the perfect marriage of local and global flavours, with a little something for just about everybody.
Address: H. No 392 Casa Babu, Xim Waddo, Aguada Siolim Road Xim Waddo, Arpora 403518
Saraya Farmer’s Market, Saligao
Set up by members of Earth Keepers Goa and Saraya Art Cafe & Eco Stay, this market was set up to promote awareness about the organic way of life as well as wellness in society. Held on the last Sunday of every month, the market plays host to a variety of Earth-friendly products.
Homegrown and homemade organic vegetables, groceries, organic spices, teas and coffees, the list of organic products you can find here is endless! If you’d like to grow your vegetables for yourself, check out the seed store – you’ll find a range of seeds and saplings of various vegetables and spices for your in-house garden!
Address: House No. 64, Chogm Rd, Porvorim, Sangolda, Goa 403511
Ingo Night Market, Anjuna-Arpora Road
With Indians and ex-pats both selling their knick-knacks, a dizzying array of products adorn the stalls at the Ingo Night Market, from bohemian outfits and beachwear to home decor and handicraft items. With a bar stocking all kinds of cocktails, this market ticks just about every box for you to have a great time! Their jute and hemp handbags immediately caught my eye – be sure to check out those stalls!