What typical items are sold at flea markets near Fort Meyers, Florida?


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The Northside Drive-In Flea Market, Fleamasters Fleamarket and Ortiz Avenue Flea Market all sell the usual fresh produce, seafood, souvenirs and snacks. Each of these flea markets provide a different shopping experience and offer specialty items of interest to tourists and locals.

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The Northside Flea Market was once a drive-in movie theater. After a change of ownership, the property was converted to one of the largest flea markets in the state. Movies are still shown on selected nights. The open-air flea market has about 300 booths and an on-site snack bar and specializes in locally grown citrus fruits.

The Fleamasters Fleamarket is an indoor shopping space covering 400,000 square feet and housing over 900 stores. Billed as one of the largest markets in southwest Florida, shoppers find everything from local wines to imported perfumes. The latest addition is the Music Hall at Fleamasters Fleamarket, featuring live music and entertainment.

Ortiz Avenue Flea Market has a Hispanic flavor. The site has roughly 600 inside and outside vendors selling typical souvenirs, beach towels and the like. Shoppers are drawn to the reasonable prices as well as fresh local produce and seafood. On-site vendors also offer authentic Hispanic foods. The flea market is usually crowded with families, but there's plenty of parking.

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