A unique Farmers Market held every Sunday in the Beautiful village of Jesus Pobre here on the Costa Blanca. There are many stalls all run by local people selling their locally grown fruit and vegetables, mostly organically grown. There are also a variety of stalls selling artisan homemade food products, lots of different breads, cocas, empanadas, homemade ready meals, lasagne, pies and much more and as the season changes so does the food which is sold. 

There is regular musical entertainment also.

Then there are the stalls which sell their handmade gifts and products, everything from fantastic knitted hats, scarves and shawls, beautiful sliver jewellery, plants and very nice plant pots, handmade wicker baskets and much much more. There is ample parking with street parking as well as a car park behind the market, a children’s play area with swings, slide and climbing frame. Each week there is some kind of entertainment, live music, pottery lessons or a cooking demo is just a few. Then there is bar which serves hot and cold drinks, including wine beer and spirits, which also has a large seating area with tables to enjoy your purchases and serves the biggest chocolate muffins on the Costa!

Summer hours  – 6pm until 11pm ( Restarts on 2020 on 5th July last night market is September 13th) 

Winter hours from 20th Spetmeber 2020 – 9am until 2pm

Google Map Here

Torna el Mercat del Riurau

👋🏻 Diumenge 5 de juliol, quan el nostre mercat fa els 7 anys de vida, estarem de nou amb vosaltres a partir de les 18 h.Fa mesos que estem treballant per oferir-vos un mercat 🍅 amb el nostre caràcter. No podrà ser igual que abans però la nostra gent, els nostres productes, la nostra filosofia… continuaran. I amb la màxima seguretat per a totes i tots; éixe és el motiu de l'espera per la tornada.Vos demanem un poc de paciència per acostumar-nos a la nova proposta de mercat, amb la voluntat de totes i tots segur que serà molt fàcil.Si vos ve de gust 👍🏼 ens retrobem este diumenge.

Posted by Mercat del Riurau on Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Our news features this week are kindly sponsored by Berlinn Publishers and local author Morgan Cry who has based his new crime thriller very much on Javea.

When Daniella Coulstoun’s estranged mother Effie dies in Spain under suspicious circumstances, she feels it’s her duty to fly out for the funeral.
On arrival, Daniella is confronted by a dangerous group of expat misfits who claim that Effie stole huge sums of cash from them in a multi-million property scam. They want the money back and Daniella is on the hook for it.