Farmers’ Markets the Best Place to Buy Local
Below is a selection of farmers’ markets around the
country. Most take place in the mornings.
, 200 m west of Bomba Santa Anita, Fridays
Cartago, 200 m south of María
Auxiliadora Church, Saturdays.
from bus station, Sundays.
Escazú, south side of church
and park, Saturdays; organic market, across from
Red Cross, Wednesdays.
Heredia, north side of public
utilities building, Saturdays.
Pavas, next to Palí,
San Ramón, near Central Park, Fridays
Santa Ana, next to municipality
Zapote, largest in Costa Rica,
with more than 600 farmers and close to 13,000
people, Plaza de Toros, Sundays.
, Salón Multiuso, Fridays. Quepos, across
from the waterfront, Saturdays.
Peninsula), 50 m west of MAG, Mondays.
, north side of stadium, Fridays. Nicoya,
across from Guardia Rural, Saturdays.
south side of bus stop, Saturdays.
, across from Salón Parroquial, Saturdays.
, across from cemetery, Fridays and Saturdays.
, behind the cultural center, Saturdays.
, organic market, 50 m south of fire station,
, 100 m south of the Red Cross,
Río Claro, Golfito, 200 m east of gas
For more information, contact the Costa Rican Organic
Agriculture Movement at 2226-6305 or
, or the National Production
Council at 2257-9355 or
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