Florida is truly a paradise for produce lovers. With plenty of sunshine and warm temps, farmers can grow a bevy of fresh fruits and vegetables. And the best place to find them? Local farmers’ markets. You’ll find two of the best farmers’ markets right here in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches: the Flagler Beach Farmers’ Market and the Palm Coast Farmers’ Market. Both markets are held weekly, and you’ll discover more than just seasonal crops—these events feature local artisans selling everything from bath soaps to handbags. Read on to learn more about these two markets:

Flagler Beach Farmers’ Market at Wickline Center Park

800 S. Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach, Florida

Located at Wickline Center Park in Flagler Beach, this weekly market is held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Score plenty of fresh, in-season produce or pick-up a premade treat like a crème-filled whoopie pie or savory pierogi. Browse gifts like handmade earrings, handbags, and sundresses. The event is organized by a local non-profit organization, Flagler Strong. The community service group is committed to meeting the needs of the Flagler Beach community during times of crisis and natural disasters.

Palm Coast Farmers’ Market at the European Village

101 Palm Harbor Parkway, Palm Coast

Open every Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., this farmers market is held at the charming European Village shopping district in Palm Coast. Food vendors sell everything from fresh produce to old fashioned licorice to gourmet hot sauces. You’ll also find stands with one-of-a-kind gifts including jewelry, bath soaps, and Tiki signs. Enjoy live entertainment while you browse.

Check out this list of some of the vendors you might find: The Licorice Guy, The Boston Butcher, Dips n’ Such, Hippie Stash Tie Dye, Bahama Conch Stand, Miss Robin’s Jewelry, Katrina’s Crystals, Island Soul Designs, Creations by Nikki, FlipFlop Guys Tiki Signs, Art in Glass by Joey, Orlando City Kombucha, and many more!