Follow us
About us

After 6 years in the field of online territorial promotion and after becoming the reference point for those who want to know the events of the city, we have welcomed the need of travelers and created a platform specially designed for them. Not only in Italian, but available in six other languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Russian and Japanese. And soon many others.

Made It srl.
V.A.T. nbr. 05075090968
Viale Antonio Gramsci, 11 - Naples (80122)

Available on Google Play
  • No products in the cart.
HomeWhat to doThe markets in Naples

The markets in Naples

The markets of Naples where to shop in the various districts

The local markets in Naples to devote to shopping of all kinds, from elegant neighborhoods to the most popular.

In Naples there are many local markets where you can shop at low cost, managing to conclude even real business. From the most elegant to the typically folkloristic ones, where the atmosphere is joyful and pleasantly chaotic, the city's markets are full of stalls selling anything.

Can be found clothes, shoes, electronics and also fruit and vegetables and very often we launch into animated negotiations with the sellers, to be able to get the best price.

Below, the list of the most famous markets in Naples.

Poggioreale market

Also known as Caramanico Market, the Poggioreale market is one of the most famous and popular in Naples. Among its stalls you can find any type of object or garment, from clothes and shoes signed to bags and fabrics by the meter, passing for accessories of all kinds.

It is always very crowded, both because you can do real business and because it only opens on weekends, so it is advisable to arrive early in the morning, almost at the opening time. Inside there are also a convenient parking, two refreshment points and public baths.

It's open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from the 7.00 15.00

The Poggioreale market in Naples

Address: Via Marino Di Caramanico, 80143 - Naples

Market of Antignano

The Antignano market is located at Vomero and covers one of the most central areas of the neighborhood. There are numerous stalls of clothes, shoes, bags, cosmetics, linen and slippers, all at low cost prices, and it is not uncommon to find good opportunities for a convenient deal.

The traders of the various stands are very jovial, in fact there is always a good mood among the visitors and the atmosphere that you breathe is great fun.

It is only open in the morning from Monday to Saturday, from 7.30 to 13.30 around, and is very crowded especially at weekends.

The market of Antignano in the Vomero district in Naples

Address: Borgo di Antignano - 80126 Naples

Market at the Agnano Hippodrome

The market for second-hand goods and crafts at the Agnano racetrack is a typical one flea market where you can always find different objects.

It is located in the outdoor area of ​​the sports facility and there are more than 200 stands with products of antiques, crafts and electronics, used clothes, old musical instruments, bicycles, costume jewelery, knick-knacks, vinyl records and everything stand owners can offer from time to time.

It's open only on Sunday mornings from 6.00 to about 14.00

The market at the Agnano Hippodrome in Naples

Address: Via Raffaele Ruggiero, 1 - 80125 Naples

Portobello Road and Car Boot

In the district of Pianura there is a daily market called P, which at the weekend turns into an original Car Boot Market. If during the week this Mercatone dell'Usato sells any type of object and accessory, including clothes and shoes, at very affordable prices, like a typical flea market, on Sundays it takes on a more English character.

In fact, the Car Boot is the sale in the car trunks and it is right in the back of the vehicles that the owners show off what they want to sell.

Portobello Road is open from Monday to Saturday from the 9.00 to the 19.30, the Car Boot on Sundays from the 8.00 14.00.

Car boot market at Pianura in Naples

Address: Via Eleonora Duse, 50 - 80126 Naples

Posillipo market

It is the famous market that takes place in the Viale Virgilio, a few steps from the homonymous Park in the Posillipo district. You can walk around 150 stalls that sell clothes, shoes, fabrics, tricks, but also flowers and pottery.

The location is very suggestive in the shade of large maritime pines that contribute to make the air fresher especially in summer. Residents and do not go there because it is possible to find good quality products at low prices and this characteristic makes it one of the most coveted markets in the city.

It's open every Thursday from the 7.00 15.00

The Posillipo market in Naples

Address: Viale Virgilio - 80123 Naples

Fuorigrotta Market

The Fuorigrotta market is also popular with residents of neighboring neighborhoods. The stalls are located both outside and in a covered structure with various corridors and sell every kind of product.

Inside there are not only stands, but also real shops of shoes, slippers, household items, clothing and many are the stands of fruit vegetables, cured meats, cheeses, pasta, confectionery and various spices. In the outdoor area you can also do business with used clothes and there is no shortage of cosmetic exhibitors.

It's open from Monday to Saturday from 7.00 to about 14.00.

The Fuorigrotta market in Naples

Address: via Metastasio, 60 - 80125 Naples

Porta Nolana Market

È one of the biggest and most famous fish markets of Naples, thanks to its proximity to the sea. It is very characteristic and, especially during the Christmas and New Year's holidays, it is a lot of fun to attend the negotiations among the fishmonger's stalls.

The market is very old, as it arose in the fifteenth century, and some legends they say that the sellers once painted fish eyes to make them more vivid. The environment is lively and colorful and sometimes seems to be immersed in the Naples of a few centuries ago with its ancient perfumes.

It's open tutti i giorni from the 8.00 14.00.

The Porta Nolana market in Naples

Address: Porta Nolana, Piazza Nolana - 80142 Naples

Market at Pignasecca

It is one of the historic markets of Naples which is located in the area of Montesanto, in the road from which it takes its name. In reality, it starts from the Pignasecca square and then continues along the narrow road that leads into Piazza Carità.

The stalls sell fruits and vegetables, but also clothing, and get confused with the many shops in the area and the many clubs selling typical Neapolitan street food. It is a market in which smells, tastes and Neapolitan noises blend perfectly.

Open tutti i giorni from 8.00 to about 20.00.

The market at Pignasecca in Naples

Address: Piazza Cardinale Sisto Riario Sforza - 80139 Naples

Forcella Market

The local market of Forcella is among the most famous in Naples and is also among the most characteristic. It is in the Piazza Garibaldi area, where there is also the Central Station, and you can find everything.

Clothing, shoes, cosmetics, books, household items and electronics they are among the best-selling things, but some stands offer imitations of various kinds. It is not uncommon to negotiate on the price and, thus, succeed in concluding a good deal.

It's open tutti i giorni from 9.00 to about 12.00.

The Forcella market in Naples

Address: Via Pasquale Stanislao Mancini - 80139 Naples

Pozzuoli Market

even the fish market of Pozzuoli is one of the most famous in Naples and its province and is very popular for the high quality of its products. In fact, fish is always fresh and among the most purchased products are anchovies and octopus.

In fact, thanks to the particular techniques of local fishermen, both these products are able to keep the organoleptic properties intact and a very intense flavor. Currently the market is indoors, while in the past it was outdoors near the Port, but it has not lost its genuineness.

It's open tutti i giorni from the 7.00 14.00

The fish market of Pozzuoli

Address: Via Nicola Fasano, 16 - 80078 Pozzuoli (NA)