Tucked away from the main town it's easy to miss if you're not looking.
My wife loves it.
What to buy: Linen table cloths and the like but also coton nightdresses and stuff.
What to pay: Pretty pricey by Turkish prices but worth it.
As above the name means cracked door market.
Nice and shady if the sun is getting too hot.
What to buy: Lots of arts and crafts as well as other non essential stuff, great for giving as souvenirs.
What to pay: Haggle and enjoy it.
Recently moved nearer to the centre of the town,my wife is always stopping here for gifts and stuff for ourselves.
What to buy: As the name suggests ( zeytin = olive ) it stocks everything made from olives.
For those postcards home.
Shame they didn't build it in a more sympathetic style.
Open 08.30-12.30, 13.30-17.30.