We love it because it is a "feast" for our noses and eyes. You feel all of the aromas and essences of our fruits and vegetables. Locals get typical food there for a very very cheap price, but that's not important - the most beautiful thing to see there is that you can find and see the farmers' work and local tools that we use.
You can get and taste the most exotic type of fruits or the juice of them. Try Lulo, Gúanabana, Maracuyá or Feijoa juice. You can also get arepas or scrambled eggs with onions and tomatoes (huevos pericos). I am sure you'll love this place.
You'll also be able to get typical sandals and woven baskets, hats and souvenirs.