Today we visited the opening of the Mancha Blanca Crafts Fair and toured the rows of stalls to look at what was on offer. Here’s what to expect:
We arrived at 2pm to find the Mancha Blanca Crafts Fair slowly coming to life, by the time we were ready to leave the lines of cars and crowds were growing.
There were food stalls present just outside of the entrance to the fair, as well as a couple local cafes and restaurants.
When you enter the large frame tent, you’ll be met with several display pieces showcasing what you can expect to find from the market vendors which feature handmade clothes, baskets, ceramics and more.
The rows of stalls are divided into two long sections, with a square in the middle for presentations, food stalls and a large seating area.
You can expect to find lots of high-quality handmade jewellery pieces, paintings, woodwork, cutlery, instruments, teddies and more.
If you haven’t been before it is a must visit, however, we would recommend that you go when it’ll be busiest – this weekend.
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