Farmers’, Country and Food Markets have been in existence in Ireland for over 60 years, and in the areas where their reputation is established, they are an integral part of Irish small-town life.
These markets, usually held weekly or fortnightly, provide local-small food, gardening and craft producers with the opportunity to market their goods co-operatively. They are mainly famous for their home baking and locally grown produce and handmade crafts.
An additional benefit is that the customer gets fresh Irish produced goods at a reasonable price and the markets have also become a great weekly meeting place for local people.
|Achill||Ted Lavelle's||Friday 11 am|
|Ballina||Market Square||Saturday 9am - 2pm|
|Ballinrobe||Church Hall||Saturday 10am - 1.00|
|Ballycastle||AShambles Garden||Friday 9.30am - 12.30pm|
|Ballihaunis||The Old Court House||3rd Saturday of every month 10am - 3pm|
|Belmullet||The Square||Saturday 10.30am - 1pm|
|Castlebar||Market Square||Fri 9am - 6pm|
|Charlestown||Londis Car Park||Thurs 9am - 2pm|
|Claremorris||Town Hall||Friday 10am - 1.00|
|Louisburgh||Market Square||Fri 9am - 3pm|
|Swinford||Cultural Centre||1st Saturday of every month.|
|Westport||Off James St car park||Thursday 8.30am - 1pm all year|