Discover...SwanseaHay-on-WyeAsk anyone who has visited a market in Wales and they will tell you nothing can beat a traditional Welsh market for bargains, and good natured banter.

As with any market they are a wonderful place to sample local produce and hunt down anything and everything you could possibly need as well as pick up that little hidden gem you were not expecting to find.

Trading has been going on at Cardiff market in one form or another since the 1700's. Today the impressive Victorian structure situated in the city centre offer a unique shopping experience.

Under one great glass roof Cardiff market hall has a truly cosmopolitan feel where you can expect to find a wealth of products including Welsh specialities including laverbread.

Staying in Southern Wales Newport market is situated in the heart of the city of Newport and offers a unique shopping experience and has a diverse community of food and drink traders and independ-ent businesses selling a wealth of produce ranging from fresh farm goods to artisan confectionary making it the perfect place to explore, meet, eat, drink and shop.

Pembrokeshire's busiest food produce and craft market takes place in Haverfordwest. It is a great place to seek out seasonal fare from local producers whether it is ripe fruit in summer pumpkins in Autumn or bees wax candles and holly garlands in the lead-up to Christmas.

Ceredigion and Cardigan's indoor market is in the historic guildhall building in the centre of town. Originally the towns' meat and dairy marketplace.

The market hall today is on two levels offering all varieties of goods including fresh fruit and vegetables, butchery, fresh flowers vintage clothing antiques and collectables and many more offerings.