Street Markets and Fairs

Santander celebra a lo largo del año multitud de ferias y mercadillos.

Santander holds many fairs and street markets all year long. On the ‘Agenda Aúna’ you will find all the information kept up-to-date. We will show you the most important ones:


Mercado de la Esperanza

Mercado de la Esperanza

It is held in the Plaza de la Esperanza from 9 am to 2 pm. On Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, it sells agricultural produce. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, it sells clothing and footwear.

On Sundays, the square fills with stalls where you can find a wide variety of products of all kinds.


Mercado de México

Mercado de México

In the Plaza de México there is a street market that is open from 9 am to 2 pm, where on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays agricultural produce is sold and on Tuesdays and Fridays, clothing and footwear.


Mercado de la Esperanza

Mercado del Este

This market houses small shops and restaurants, where you can eat either snacks or order a full meal.


Escenario Market

Escenario Market

A vanguard market in Santander held on the second Sunday of each month at Escenario Santander (Parque de Las Llamas).


Mercado Romano

Roman Market of the Martyr Saints

During the celebration of the Martyr Saints, at the end of August, this Roman market is held in Alameda de Oviedo.



Feria del libro

Book Fair

For many years now, this fair is held in the Plaza de Alfonso XIII to commemorate Book Day.


Feria de artesania

Craft Fair

In August, the Plaza Porticada hosts this fair that brings together crafters from different specialities.


Feria del libro viejo

Antique book fair o

In August, this Antique Book Fair is held in the Plaza de Alfonso XIII.


Mercado de la Esperanza

Daytime Fair

During the ‘Semana Grande’ of the city’s festivals, you can enjoy the best snacks in the stalls set up all over the city.