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Farmers Markets in Tel Aviv and Jaffa

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Every Friday in the ports of Tel Aviv & Jaffa

Farmers Market every Friday
​Farmers Markets in the Tel Aviv and Jaffa Ports offer fresh local produce to locals and tourists every Friday.

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Tourists and visitors to Tel Aviv-Jaffa can now enjoy the sights and tastes of Israel’s freshest foods at the Farmers Markets that take place every Friday in the Tel Aviv Port and in the Jaffa Port.  And, to complete the experience, tourists can cycle along the boardwalk from the Tel Aviv Port in the north of the city to the Jaffa Port in the south, using one of the rental bikes that can be found at the many Tel-O-Fun rental locations throughout the city.​

Jaffa Port...

Jaffa Port ​The Farmers Market in the renovated Jaffa Port, which will open to the public for the first time on 21 December, is made up of stalls selling vegetables, fruits, cheeses, flowers, oils, baked goods and much more – all in keeping with the season and sold directly from the farmers and producers. The market, which operates from 09:00 to 14:00 every Friday, is located in the eastern section of the Jaffa Market at the Port, in the centre of the renovated Hangar 1.

Tel Aviv Port

Tel Aviv Port ​The Farmers Market at the Tel Aviv Port, which is open every Friday from 07:00 to 15:00, sells a similar selection of fresh produce, including organic fruits and vegetables. For tourists who are not in the city on a Friday, there is also the opportunity to visit the indoor Port Market at Hangar 12, with its wide range of gourmet and fresh Israeli produce. Here there is also the opportunity to relax over a coffee, eat in the restaurant or at one of the stands offering tastings. The Port Market is open daily (except Sundays) from 08:00 to 20:00.
 

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