The Kaʻu farmers market (website) is held twice a week in the town of Naʻalehu on highway 11 between Volcano village and Kona. Main market day is Wednesday from 8:00 AM to 12 PM (noon), while a few vendors also show up on Saturdays.
You can find the market in on the mauka side (towards the volcano) of the highway just before the 77 gas station and Bay Clinic (when coming from Hilo/volcano).
The Naalehu farmers market is a small but a tasty stop if you are e.g. traveling between Kona and Volcano or if you are on your way to Punaluʻu black sand beach. If you are in passing by you really also should have a look at our list of great things to do in the Kau District! The list includes a green sand and black sand beach, lava caves, good places to stop for a bite and more.
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