The Best Flea Markets in Italy

Flea Markets in CALABRIA

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Crotone flea market

Basilica Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta, Crotone – First Sunday of the month

Like any other country in the world and any city in Southern Italy, a market is a place where you live and breathe the true atmosphere of the South. Mingle in the morning with other early-birds at this flea market that takes place the first Sunday of the month on the Piazza Duomo in Crotone, just in front of the basilica cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta.

Have a look, touch, taste: at the flea market in Crotone you can do all this. We recommend going there early in the morning to be able to choose from a larger variety of items, such as furniture, antiques and modern design. Later on, the best pieces may already be gone!Piazza Duomo flea market

Other flea markets in Calabria:

  • Reggio Calabria flea market, Lido Comunale (Tel. +39 0965 331518) First weekend: objects and antiques.
  • Napoli flea market, Villa Comunale (Tel. +39 081 621951) Third weekend of the month (except August): furniture – antique and modern
  • Piana di Sorrento (NA) flea market, Piazza Cota (Tel. +39 347 5971927) First Saturday of the month: furniture – antiques and modern and collectables
  • Salerno flea market, Historic Centre (Tel. +39 089 220788/+39 089 825746) Second weekend of the month: antiques and collectables.


  1. Andrea

    In Friuli Venezia Giulia, each month (exclusions may apply):
    1st Sunday: Gemona del Friuli (Udine)
    2nd Sunday: Udine, Viale Forze Armate
    3rd Sunday: Gradisca d’Isonzo (Gorizia)
    4th Sunday: Cividale del Friuli (Udine)

    See you there!

  2. Adriana Correa-Kool

    Verona, Perugia, Todi, Terni and Padova are NOT in Tuscany. Can you please verify before posting? Doesnt take very long to see that Padova, for example, is not even close to Tuscany.

  3. CL Heiberg

    I was hoping specifically to find any info on the possibility of a flea market on a Friday in Venice. This was all of little use, unless I liked dodging ads.

  4. Gina Guthrie

    Hi there! Stumbled upon your post and I am so impressed by the recent and quick response to your comments so I thought I would try to reach you as well. I am currently in the lazio region and looking for an antique flea to visit this weekend. Was hoping for other than Rome. You mention viterbo has one on the 3rd Sunday but I will not be here then. I asked a local and they mentioned Viterbo might have one this coming weekend (the 1st one of the month) too. Is there a way to verify this without making the trip there? We were also told that Arrezo has a huge one this coming weekend, but we figure it is because the Palio is in nei ghboring Siena…and that is a little far for us to drive for a day trip.

    Thank you for your time in helping us find such. And if Rome is our best option, please advise which one will offer the most reasonable prices– Gracie Mille!!

  5. Ib skov

    I am planning a visit to Bologna this friday and saturday. But i also read from your blog that there Are. I fleamarkets In august
    Could you recommend a dealer or a place to go for business. Dealer to dealer In Bologna. Or is there any market any Way
    Saturday afternoon i go to Gabicce mare and Maybe you know something bearbejdede there ?

  6. Miles Wonderfulsound

    Seems like the Gallipoli flea is the 2nd Sunday not the 1st. That’s what the locals are saying today. And it’s the 1st Sunday today. Apparently it’s here.. Via Udine, 73014 Gallipoli LE

  7. ann

    hi there. I will be in Lucignano end sept/ beginning of october. can you recommend the best flea markets for doing up a house with amazing character

  8. Great articles! I will be in Arezzo and plan to attend the flea market on Sunday, however, I would love to visit some Mid Century modern shops as well. I am a store owner in the states specializing in mid century. Have any suggestions? Thanks!

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