Even in winter the Tuesday market in Huétor Tájar is colourful and today’s welcome sunshine brought it to life. Fruit and veg, spices, sweets, shoes, clothes, leather goods and much more can be bought here at bargain prices. You will notice very few Northern European faces amongst the crowds but quite a few native South American. This is because some years ago there was large scale immigration here from Bolivia as labour was required for the asparragus plantations.
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