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On Your Next all Girls Trip Go Shop at These 7 Beach Flea Markets

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An all girls trip awaits you and your friends, and what better what to spend it than shopping at exotic flea markets? These 7 beach towns are apt for your gang as chosen by HolidayIQ reviewers. 

1. Mapusa: One of the largest markets in Goa known for antiques

Mapusa: One of the largest markets in Goa known for antiques
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rizwanuddin Rafiq says, “Colourful Friday market is the Largest Town in northern Goa, Mapusa main attraction and the main point of interest is colorful Friday market which is the essence, with its special aromas of dried fishes, spices, vinegar, local toddy and the spicy Goan sausages, chorizo. The region is famous for Cashew Nuts, remain much in demand.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Vinayak Mhapseker shares, “ Many vendors sell beachwear clothes and antique items, many jewelry shops, wine shops, fish market, vegetable market, ready-made clothing, street shopping, etc.Read Full Review

2. Port Blair: Shop for funky home decor at Aberdeen Market

Port Blair: Shop for funky home decor at Aberdeen Market
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HolidayIQ Reviewer himanshu says, “In case you have spare time, you can go to Corbyn's Cove Beach or to the market.Read Full Review


HolidayIQ Reviewer Himanshu Cool shares, “ You can visit alone or with friends or family this place is just awesome and very much different from beaches.Read Full Review

3. Agonda: Agonda beach market for anklets, bracelet and rings

Agonda: Agonda beach market for anklets, bracelet and rings
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Natasha Kshatriya says, “We were a group of 8 friends that stopped by to just check this beach and dip our feet in the water but it turned out that we spent the entire noon here and came back for the whole of next day.Read Full Review

4. Anjuna Beach: The Wednesday flea market has hippie apparel and souvenirs

Anjuna Beach: The Wednesday flea market has hippie apparel and souvenirs
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HolidayIQ Reviewer vijayalaxmi patil says, “Awesome place The best place in Goa to have fun with friends. Anjuna market is a must visit place in Goa. Enjoy your holiday.” Read Full Review

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5. Arambol: Buy the best harem pants at the Arambol flea market!

Arambol: Buy the best harem pants at the Arambol flea market!
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Shilpz S adds, “Totally recommend for a warm time with friends.Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Gurpreet Reen says, “Best beach to relax in such a peace The best place to relax and a place where you will find more Russians than Indians. Sunset is so good. Shacks are also very clean and have a flea market where you can shop.Read Full Review

6. Mumbai: Best and most fashionable shopping under Rs.1000 at Colaba market

Mumbai: Best and most fashionable shopping under Rs.1000 at Colaba market
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rizwanuddin Rafiq shares, “Famous Crawford market, Colaba, Church Gate Station, Gateway of India, Marine Drive and many other attractions are in close proximity.Read Full Review

7. Gokarna: Buy the best of colourful chappals here

Gokarna: Buy the best of colourful chappals here
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sai Sandeep Bushetty says, “Good place to booze when with friends Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Ami Bhat adds, “Main market and town are very close to the beachRead Full Review

8. Pondicherry: Get your hands on junk jewelry which originated from Arikamedu

Pondicherry: Get your hands on junk jewelry which originated from Arikamedu
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HolidayIQ Reviewer A S says, “They say that the art of bead making originated from Arikamedu and from here it travelled across the world. Now you can find a lot of junk jewellery in flea all across markets across India. Read Full Review

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