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4 FUN FLEA MARKETS For Your Shopping Frenzy
If there’s one sure way to get a feel for the place that you’re visiting, it’s by visiting the local flea markets and antique shops. Flea markets offer a fun and interesting way to experience the things that make a location unique. There are plenty of flea markets near Fort Myers to get lost in. If you check them out, you’re sure to find a few treasures!
Fleamasters Giant Flea Market
4135 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Fort Myers – Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
You could spend days wandering just through this Fort Myers Beach flea market. If you rent one of our condos in Fort Myers Beach, you’ll be close enough to spend all of the time that you want! Did you know that it houses over 900 unique vendors? With each bringing their own offerings to the table, this place is truly a destination in and of its self for those that like to shop and explore.
You’ll find everything from vintage clothing to art and even fresh fruits and veggies!
Many visitors say that there is always something new and unique to discover at this market when they go for a visit.
Ortiz Flea Market
1501 Ortiz Blvd., Fort Myers – Open Friday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 6:00 am – 4:00 pm
This flea market has been up and running since the year 1967. All sorts of amazing pieces have moved through the property where it sits. If you’re staying at one of our Fort Myers beachfront vacation rentals, you could be the next person to find a hidden gem.
This is an open-air market, which makes it great for taking advantage of the weather in Fort Myers Beach. This market has a lot of charm and a great atmosphere and ambiance. In true flea market spirit, many of the vendors at this market are open to bargaining, which can be hard to find in modern-day markets. Some argue that this is some of the best shopping in Fort Meyers beach.
If you find yourself hungry after perusing through all the market offerings, you’re in for a treat. There is great, authentic Mexican food available on sight that many Fort Myers Beach visitors rave about.
McGregor Blvd. and College Parkway, Fort Myers – Open Thursday through Sunday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
This market is located conveniently in North Fort Myers. You’ll find great prices on otherwise hard to find items. It is packed with collectibles, antiques, clothing, and jewelry. To get the most out of your experience with this flea market (and all others), try heading out early in the day! A lot of the highly sought after items go quickly once they are spotted.
Flamingo Island Flea
11902 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs – Open Friday through Sunday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Last but not least, we have Flamingo Island Flea located in the Bonita Springs Neighborhood. Like most of the flea markets that we’ve compiled for this list, you’ll find an array of art, collectibles, crafts, clothing, and jewelry! If you’re looking for a more “low key” experience, this could be the market for you. It is typically less crowded, and it is easy to navigate and move through even during the peak hours.