Right on the Anjun beach, in the southern part of it, the famous Flea Market (Flea Market) begins, which was first organized by hippies living on these places on Wednesdays in the 70s of the last century. Now it is one of the main tourist attractions of Anjuna, attracting thousands of tourists from all over Goa and sellers from almost all of India and even from abroad. The main thing is to remember to bargain. The price can be brought down even 4 times from the first one called by the seller. However, Europeans mainly trade at fixed prices. Closer to sunset, sellers themselves lower the price, they are ready to give almost for nothing, if only to sell. This is not to say that there are the cheapest prices in Goa, because for example, in the same Mapus - cheaper. But the choice is much greater, and it’s just interesting to walk through countless tents. The market is a noisy and colorful event, accompanied by live performances by musicians and DJs, selling a wide variety of dishes, snacks and pastries, and, of course, alcoholic and soft drinks. Everything else, sometimes you can meet elephant drivers offering to ride their animals, stray garden ascetics (which in fact will most likely turn out to be charlatans), and even snake charmers.
On the territory of the Flimarket there is the Russian restaurant Tchaikovsky (Chaikoffsky), where you can try dishes of various cuisines, as they say, without leaving the cash desk (i.e. from the Flimarket).
The market is open from 09 to 17 hours (Wednesday)