"Laikes agores" ('farmers' markets') are an institution in Greece. They start early in the morning around 06:00 and finish at about 14:00. Unlike a supermarket where you can get just about any fruit or vegetable at any time of the year, the laikes agores are seasonal so what you will see in June will not be the same as what you see in February.
     You can visit a regional market on nearly every day of the week. Each has its own character, although you will find some traders in more than one place. Kopanaki is the most famous; Kalamata, the biggest and most frequent.

Kopanaki Vegetable stall

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