The Farmers’ Market, inaugurated in 1940, presents its own architecture of the Estado Novo, in an environment of upheave and joy.

The Farmers’ Market in the centre of Funchal was inaugurated on November 24, 1940. This project by Edmundo Tavares (1892-1983), presents the architecture of the Estado Novo, and reflects the intention to make it the great supply hub of the city.

Large panels of tiles of faiança Batisttini de Maria de Portugal, dating from 1940 and painted with regional themes, by João Rodrigues, adorn the façade, the main door and the fishmonger.

Nowadays this space still performs the functions for which it was created, in it marketing products of all kinds, in an environment where colors, sounds, smells and diverse people are mixed.

Opening Hours:
  • Monday, Thursday: 08:00 – 19:00;
  • Friday: 07:00 – 20:00
  • Sat.:0 7:00 -14:00
  • Break/Break: Sundays and holidays.

Farmers Market


♿🟢 –Accessibility: Easy ( Access Depends On An Elevator )
It has two ramps in the enclosure because of the steps there.
Have some attention on busy days the ramps may be compromised / Covered.
Many times it happens to have furniture from the restaurant to get in the way of access.

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