Guide to San Diego Farmer’s Markets

San Diego is known for its local farmers markets and great, fresh produce. Wherever you live, you’re sure to find one in or near your community. Additionally, many other vendors attend the farmer’s markets selling everything from cheese to bread to pastries and cookies to salsa, fresh juice, hummus, and more. Some vendors even come to sell jewelry, clothing, and other goods. Not only are the farmer’s markets a great way to get some delicious food, it’s also a chance to buy local and catch up with friends and family in the community. San Diego Farmer’s Markets happen year round.


San Diego County Farm Bureau Main Page:


Carlsbad Village:

Wednesdays 3-7pm


Carmel Valley:

Thursdays 2:30-7pm


Del Mar:

Saturdays 1-4pm


Encinitas (Leucadia):

Wednesdays 4-8pm



Saturdays 9-1pm



Sundays 9-2pm


La Jolla:

Sundays 9-1pm


Little Italy:



North Park:

Thursdays 3-7pm


Ocean Beach:

Wednesdays 4-7pm



Thursdays 5-9pm


Pacific Beach:

Saturdays 8-12pm



Saturdays 8-11:30am


Rancho Bernardo:

Fridays 9-1pm


Rancho Santa Fe:

Sundays 9-1:30pm


San Marcos:

Sundays 10-2pm


Scripps Ranch:

Saturdays 9-1pm


Solana Beach:

Sundays 1-5pm




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