Here you will also find banks and quite few quaint street cafe's and coffee shops for you to sit down, relax and get something to eat.
After you've had a good break ... make your way down to the busy, vibrant Mercado Municipal market. Here you can find tons of everything the busy locals can sell you, such as fruits, vegetables, fresh produce, spices, lovely detailed carved out wooden sculptures, baskets, beadwork, paintings plus so much more. Here you can definitly find a Souvenior of Mozambique.
If you are interested in some delicious fresh fish for the braai later that evening, then do visit the fish market (north end of Avenue Marginal). Everyday Fishermen go out on their boats to do a hard days work of catching fish ...and then after they return to the docks, they offload and take them straight to the fish market to be sold. Some of the seafood include: Massive Prawns, Clams, Crayfish, Crab and a variety of differnt fish. In fact, the lovely part about buying all your seafood from here is not only is it very fresh but you can get one of the fish markets restaurants to cook the seafood you just bought (of course for a small fee)!