Ask LIU! Second hand stores in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Second hand clothing stores, also known as thrift stores, have been gaining popularity in recent years as more and more people become conscious of the environmental impact of fast fashion. These stores offer a wide variety of clothing at a fraction of the cost of new clothing, making them a budget-friendly option for many shoppers. In this article, we will explore the benefits of buying second hand clothing and take a look at what Gran Canaria has to offer in terms of second hand clothing stores.

Environmental benefits

One of the biggest benefits of buying second hand clothing is that it helps to reduce the environmental impact of the fashion industry. The production of new clothing requires a significant amount of resources, including water, energy, and raw materials. By buying second hand clothing, you are helping to reduce the demand for new clothing and therefore, the resources needed to produce it. Additionally, second hand clothing stores often sell vintage and retro clothing, which can add a unique and sustainable element to your wardrobe.

Another benefit of buying second hand clothing is that it can be much more affordable than buying new clothing. Second hand clothing stores often sell items at a fraction of their original retail price, making it possible to build a wardrobe without breaking the bank. This is especially beneficial for those on a tight budget, such as students or low-income families.

Second hand stores in Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria offers a wide variety of second hand clothing stores for shoppers to choose from. Most second hand stores in Las Palmas can be found in Google Maps, by searching for obra social, rastro or segundo mano.

Buying second hand clothing has many benefits, including reducing the environmental impact of the fashion industry and being budget-friendly. Gran Canaria offers a wide variety of second-hand clothing stores, making it easy for shoppers to find what they’re looking for. By considering second-hand clothing stores, you can stay stylish, save money and help the environment.

Please note that these are answers and recommendations from community members and their personal experiences. Answers can be slightly edited for clarity.

Any good vintage second hand shop in Las Palmas de GC?

The Loft Store on Calle Simancas 39.
Arturo | 17-12-2022

A good thrift shop or second hand store for women’s clothing?

Check obra social on Google Maps to find them. For example OBRA SOCIAL de Acogida y Desarollo en Vegueta, near the Mercado de Vegueta.
Gabri | 08-05-2022

You may also try Solidaria Activa. in Calle la Naval (La Isleta).
Kirill | 10-02-2022

Recommendations for second hand stores

Look for Obra Social* Shops. One is at the Vegeta market on Calle Pelota 3, Obra Social De Acogida Y Desarrollo. And more on Calle Juan de Quesada. There’s also an Obra furniture shop with brilliant antiques.

*The Obra Social de Acogida y Desarrollo is a center where the poorest people can go to get out of their situation of poverty and social exclusion. The customers support poor families.
Teodora | 10-03-2022

There is one here (approximately located on Calle León y Castillo 89, not listed on Google Maps) and they have lots of different things.

Then there’s one in La Isleta, Solidaria Activa.

You have one for clothes here on Calle Pelote 3, Obra Social De Acogida Y Desarrollo.

There is another one in Calle Gral. Mas de Gaminde 45 that sells furniture, it’s called Rastro Remar
Patricia | 11-02-2022

I went to Mare Segunda Mano, where both standards and prices of clothes were very low.
Matt | 11-02-2022

Looking to buy second hand furniture

Search for rastro on Google Maps for second hand garage stores. The ones that I can recommend to look through are Solidaria Activa. (Calle Naval), Rastro Reto (Calle Guanarteme) and Rastro Remar (Calle Gral. Mas de Gaminde 45). I bought my second hand furniture on Facebook Marketplace.
Daniel | 21-05-2022

I was in the same situation recently and I can recommend Rastro Reto for cheap beds, mattresses and furniture. They deliver and install everything for free, quite handy!
Meryl | 04-02-2022

Where do I buy second hand items online?

I think Wallapop is quite common (Frank 19 maart 2022)
Frank | 19-03-2022

Milanuncios, Facebook Marketplace and Vibbo.
Amber | 19-03-2022

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