Stop by this ecologically aware and very neat-looking place that stocks cool surf wear in soft greens and blues. The business donates a percentage of all profits to beach-cleaning days and anti-pollution awareness. …
One local surf-wear label to check out is No Work Team. You’ll find good-quality, comfy threads for men, women and children, with an unmistakeable surfing feel.
Try this vivacious shop for silk-screen-printed fashions or a pair of absolutely stunning Pisaverde shoes – each pair is unique (so they say).
Gorgeous, cool and very stylish jewellery, scarves, blouses, jackets, shirts and bags.
This small shop packs all sorts of goodies into a tight space: mojo, sauces, jams, goat's-milk alcohol, cactus alcohol, rums of many different shades and, of course, lots of goat's-milk cheese.
Opposite the town swimming pool, La Oliva's food and craft market sells an abundance of goods: cheese, fruit, vegetables and other local produce, needlework, embroidery, ceramics, art and more.
Most stalls are run by Moroccans and Africans; you’ll be lucky to find anything that smacks particularly of the Canaries.
When you simply must have a locally made, hand-knitted jumper.