Whether you are looking for local arts and crafts, souvenirs, or interested in fashion, you are likely to find something on the island that suits your tastes.
Arts and crafts
In case you miss the fairs, local artisans also exhibit and sell at local shops including:
Food and Wine
A selection of nearby farmers’ markets includes:
- Monday 8am – 1pm: The Alcala Farmer’s Market is held in Plaza de Llano.
- Wednesday 9.00am-2pm: Playa de San Juan. Fruits, vegetables, pastries and quality craftsmanship. Whilst work is underway on the plaza, the market will take place at El Bufadero promenade next to Avenida de El Emigrante.
- Wednesday 3.00pm – 7.00pm, Saturday and Sunday from 8am – 2pm: Adeje market has fruit, vegetables, cheeses, wines and whatever else the local farmers bring to market that day. Much is organic. Beside Makro on Calle Archara 35670, Barranco de la Torres, Adeje.
- Saturday 9am – 1pm: In the main square of Guia de Isora you can find fresh fruit and vegetables, homemade cakes and handmade crafts and trinkets.
Most restaurants and stores sell local wines and you may want to visit a local bodega. Quite close to Casa Felix, in the district of Abona, is Bodega Reveron.
Most of the beach towns have souvenir shops where you can buy anything from swim gear and sun screen, to t-shirts, jewelry, figurines and food stuff. Close by to Casa Felix, you can find a large souvenir shop just on the right hand side of the street as you enter Guia de Isora. There is a big tourist market in Los Christianos (to the left of the port).
For those who prefer the cool hustle and bustle of a shopping mall, some of the best rated locations on the island are on the Costa Adeje, about 20 minutes from Casa Felix: