The trip to the beach can become a shopping experience at the Flagler Beach Farmers Market. Open Fridays and Saturdays, the market runs from 7:00am to 4:00pm, with the various vendors setting up at different times and some coming in even earlier to prepare and others closing earlier if they sell out of stock.



Flagler Beach

Flagler Beach is surrounded by a number of restaurants, accommodations, and gift shops which stock quite a few unique souvenirs. The market is committed to supporting local farmers, vendors, artists, and growers who supply the market with a plethora things to sell, such as handcrafted work, baked goods, seafood plants, and honey, and the reviews speak highly of the good customer service on offer here. Other points of interest in the area include Wadsworth Park, North Peninsula State Park, Gamble Roger’s Memorial, Flagler Beachfront Winery, and the Betty Steflik Memorial Preserve.

Vendor Merchandise

The friendly vendors galore that pop up on a Friday and Saturday offer organically farmed produce and crafted materials as well as prepared food that is natural and healthy. The items on sale at each vendor vary widely, making sure there is something for everybody here.


Friday & Saturday Vendors

The Friday market features vendors like Maria’s Bakery, which serves delicious pastries, artisan bread, ethnic items, and desserts. Another vendor known as the Honey Man sells honey, as the name would suggest, with sugar-free honey also available. This honey is fresh and harvested through a natural process. Cat’s Creations, run by a local Flagler resident, is an award-winning handcrafted jeweler with a colorful selection to choose from. Another custom-crafted jeweler is Amber Jewelry, who sells hand-made bracelets, necklaces, rings, earrings, and other wearable items. Nut lovers will appreciate Bigger Nuts and Honey, which sells various nuts, while African Bolga Baskets have exquisitely woven designs that come all the way from places like Cameroon, Swaziland, South Africa, Ghana, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.



Some vendors also attend both Friday and Saturday, such as Toga Fruit, Inc., which sells oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, cantaloupes, and watermelons, and Tomazin Family Farms, which sells bright variety of vegetables, including cucumbers, squash, greens, lettuce, and other freshly harvested vegetables, while R & R Holiday Creations is run by a county resident who crafts wooden and holiday items.

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Flagler Beach Farmers Market, FL-100, Flagler Beach, FL 32136, website, Phone: 386-439-2881