The bustling Sunday markets in neighbouring Karwar are a big draw for Goans, especially those from nearby villages in Canacona taluka.
Karwar is well known for sukhe nuste bazaar (dry fish market), which is frequented by Goans in summer for dry fish -- one of the purument items -- to last the lean monsoon season.
Besides dry fish, it's live fish market is also well known for its fresh catch.
At the main market, one can find a wide variety of fish, and the prices are little lower compared to Goan markets.
One can find wild vegetables that are brought from nearby villages and sold here.
Local variety of mangoes have started flooding the market.
People from nearby villages come to the market to buy household items made of cane.