To do this, through the Economic Promotion Area, it is launching a special activities program this weekend and announcing the change in opening days. Starting in November, they will be Fridays and Saturdays, days with which it is intended to increase the influx of the public compared to the current Saturdays and Sundays, in which an average of half a thousand users is registered. The opening hours will be from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
On the other hand, the free transport from the tourist area, both Playa de las Américas and Los Cristianos, and from La Camella is maintained. Visitors have covered parking of 1,700 square meters next to the market itself and at no cost. This service maintains its activity in the bay of Los Cristianos every alternate Thursday. The objective is to put local producers in contact with the tourism sector, which is beginning to strengthen.
Between the aActivities that those who come to the Farmer’s Market tomorrow will enjoy you will find a tasting and tasting of products, as well as an exhibition of traditional costumes. In the four years since its opening, this facility registers more than 100,000 users (at a rate of about 26,000 per year), according to data from the municipal government.
The mayor of Arona, José Julián Mena, recognizes the efforts of those who make up the Farmer’s Market, “especially during the pandemic.” The creation of this equipment “has been part of the firm commitment to the primary sector that we make from this government group.”
The first deputy mayor, Raquel García, explains that “we are trying to adapt the activity of this infrastructure to the new reality, so that joint work, always hand in hand with the sector, allows this market to be further strengthened so that it meets many More years”.