10 July 2017
In addition to all types of textiles and costume jewellery, this year the festival is especially committed to traditional craftsmanship and sustainable products made in different parts of the world.
For instance, the products you will be able to find at the stalls may vary from different ecological clothes made from fabrics ranging from cotton to bamboo to eucalyptus or hemp, shoes, natural cosmetics made from African raw materials such as baobab or shea butter, to even temporary artistic tattoos, where natural henna and sustainable dyes are used.
Other articles to be found this year at the market are technological gadgets, bamboo speakers, handmade hammocks, incense, Arabian perfumery, cloth dapostars, enamelled cups and retro style utensils, neon and bodypainting items, pictures, illustrations or pieces of macramé. And also, as a novelty, there will be a hairdressing salon where you can have your braids or dreadlocks made.
There will be about one hundred stalls in total, which once again will present a wide and varied commercial offer to festivalgoers.