Presents! Who doesn't love getting and gifting presents at Christmas? If you've been shopping for the same friends and family members for years and years, then you might be fresh out of gift ideas. You're sure to find covetable, one-of-a-kind gifts at these Christmas markets. It might be hard to actually part with what you buy!\nWhether you're obsessed with Christmas or you're just looking for unique gifts, you're sure to find a few holiday markets on this list that you'll want to check out. There's a market or holiday craft fair for you no matter where you are in the province and plenty going on all season around Vancouver.\nNot only are they a great opportunity to get all your Christmas shopping done at once, but also these markets are full of drinks, food, holiday vibes and good times. Hitting up Christmas markets this season has got to be on your Winter bucket list. Happy Christmas shopping!\nJulmarknad Swedish Christmas Market\n@ukkokanadaembedded via\nWhere: Scandinavian Community Centre, BurnabyWhen: Saturday, November 17 and Sunday, November 18\nSee how the Swedes celebrate Christmas at this food-filled Christmas market. Shop from craft vendors selling all manner of goods that will make great hygge gifts! Order a Swedish-style open-face sandwich to fuel your shopping and sip on glogg, Sweden's own version of mulled wine.\nPortobello West Holiday Market\n@portobellowestembedded via\nWhere: Yaletown Roundhouse Community Centre, VancouverWhen: Friday, November 30 to Sunday, December 2\nShop here to find that locally-made Christmas treasure for the sophisticate on your list. Creatives and artisans come together to sell their works at this beautiful holiday market with over 70 vendors plus a DJ. Admission is $5 to this fun market in Yaletown.\nGot Craft? Holiday Edition\n@gotcraftmarketembedded via\nWhere: Maritime Labour Centre, VancouverWhen: Saturday, December 8 and Sunday, December 9\nThis event is your traditional holiday craft fair elevated for modern urbanites. You'll shop handmade and designer goods like jewellery, clothes and home decor that will make incredible gifts!\nKensington Holiday Craft Fair\n@pineandcloverembedded via\nWhere: Kensington Community Centre, VancouverWhen: Saturday, December 1\nGet into the community spirit this holiday season at this grassroots holiday craft fair. There will be food and refreshments for sale, benefiting the community centre, and door prizes and raffles to add a little festive excitement to the day!\nThe Eastside Flea Holiday Market\n@eastsidefleaembedded via\nWhere: 550 Malkin Avenue, VancouverWhen: Saturday, November 17 to Sunday, December 16\nCool kids already know that the Eastside Flea is the place to go to check out trendy local makers, find vintage pieces and hang out in a party atmosphere. Eastside Flea's holiday market is kicking it up a notch with food trucks, drinks and a vinyl-spinning DJ to make the ultimate holiday shopping experience.\nJohn Henry’s Coast Christmas Market\nVia Unsplash\nWhere: John Henry's Marina & Resort, Garden BayWhen: Friday, November 30 to Sunday, November 9\nThis Sunshine Coast Christmas Market is an absolute must-see! Walk amongst the resort's waterfront cottages and visit the vendors selling local artisan goods inside. There will be everything from Santa Claus, Christmas lights, carolers and warming seasonal fare. Plus, admission is totally free.\nAurora Winter Festival\nVia Unsplash\nWhere: Concord Pacific Place, VancouverWhen: Friday, November 23 to Sunday, December 30\nIf you want a healthy dose of holiday fun with your shopping, then check out the Aurora Winter Festival! There will be a ton of activities like ice skating to check out and a mini-holiday market. This is the perfect opportunity for people who haven't checked out many Christmas markets before to get acquainted with them.\nTOQUE: Western Front’s Annual Fundraiser & Craft Fair\nVia Unsplash\nWhere: 303 East 8th Avenue, VancouverWhen: Friday, November 30 to Sunday, December 2\nIf you love local art and design, then this event is for you. This market is basically a weekend-long artsy party where designers and artists happen to be selling their cool stuff. They even serve drinks and have a back deck barbeque. This East Van holiday event never disappoints!\nStrathcona Winter Craft Fair\nVia Unsplash\nWhere: 601 Keefer Street, VancouverWhen: Saturday, December 1\nYou'll find all kinds of gifts, treats, cards and treasures at this craft fair in Strathcona. Members of the Vancouver Fiddle Club will be on-site to provide festive music for holiday shoppers checking out the adorable and kooky crafts tables.\nThe Owl Designer Fair\nVia Unsplash\nWhere: Fernwood Community Centre, VictoriaWhen: Friday, November 23 to Saturday, November 24\nOn Vancouver Island, this market has a live music lineup, workshops, an espresso cart and a food truck so it's basically the whole package. You'll find Etsy darlings selling everything from upcycled vintage creations, handmade soaps, jewellery and clothes!\nMake It! Vancouver\n@makeitshowembedded via\nWhere: The PNE Forum, VancouverWhen: Wednesday, December 12 to Sunday, December 16\nThis market is massive with over 180 vendors, or, 'Makies', selling handmade goods, uniquely designed gifts and tons of cool stuff you'll definitely want for Christmas. There will be food trucks and a beer garden so you'll be able to keep up your strength while you shop from the dizzying variety of holiday gifts!\nCraft Culture Holiday Market\nVia Unsplash\nWhere: Prospera Place, KelownaWhen: Sunday, December 8 to Sunday, December 9\nThis family-friendly Christmas market in Kelowna will really get you in the mood for the season! Enjoy a glass of wine while you wander the vendors and check out their on-stage demos and entertainment. You'll be totally set for Christmas!\nRefresh Winter Market\n@refreshmarketembedded via\nWhere: West Coast Railway Heritage Park, SquamishWhen: Friday, November 16 to Saturday, November 17\nFind the perfect West Coast-inspired gift at this awesome holiday market in Squamish. Vendors here sell super-stylish pieces so cool that you'll have to buy double of everything because you'll want to keep one for yourself.\nLittle Gems Holiday Art & Craft Fair\nVia Unsplash\nWhere: Victoria Arts Council Store Street Gallery, VictoriaWhen: Wednesday, November 28 to Friday, December 21\nLooking to spoil someone this Christmas? This Holiday art fair is your place to find an original work. Whether you're into painting, drawing, crafts, photography or pottery—you'll find something perfect for that special person on your list.\nShiny Fuzzy Muddy Holiday Craft Fair\n@shinyfuzzymuddyembedded via\nWhere: Heritage Hall, VancouverWhen: Saturday, December 8 to Sunday, December 9\nShiny Fuzzy Muddy is a local group of artists and artisans who gather together to sell their most amazing pieces every holiday season. You'll find gorgeous handmade jewellery, adorable handmade crafts and much more at this annual favourite craft fair.\nShipyards Christmas Market\n@yellowbasketbakingembedded via\nWhere: The Shipyards, North VancouverWhen: Friday, December 14 to Sunday, December 23\nYou'll find the ultimate North Vancouver Christmas Market at the Shipyards this holiday season! Featuring more than 70 local artisans and makers, you can shop for everything from baked goods and home decor to jewellery and candies.\nWest Coast Christmas Show and Artisan Marketplace\n@greenervalleytradingembedded via\nWhere: TRADEX Fraser Valley Trade & Exhibition Centre, AbbotsfordWhen: Friday, November 16 to Sunday, November 18\nPicture a Christmas Market. How many stalls and vendors are there? Thirty? Fifty? One hundred? Now imagine a Christmas Market with 2,500 vendors. If you're thrilled by the prospect of shopping from what's probably the largest Christmas market in B.C., then you won't want to miss this event in Abbotsford.\nWomen’s Winter Faire\nVia Unsplash\nWhere: Heritage Hall, VancouverWhen: Saturday, December 16 to Sunday, December 16\nSupport local female artisans and craftswomen at this unique Christmas market. You'll have fun in the lively atmosphere and join part of a tradition of supporting a tradition of local feminist and LGBTQ+ activism. This is the perfect place to find a gift for all your woke friends.\nDunbar Holiday Craft Fair\n@eastvanbeesembedded via\nWhere: Dunbar Community Centre Association, VancouverWhen: Saturday, November 24\nThis community Christmas Market has been going strong for 36 years! You'll get the entire experience including entertainment, food, prizes and over 140 vendors.\nWeirdos Holiday Market\email@example.com via\nWhere: 1739 Venables Street, VancouverWhen: Saturday, December 8 and Sunday, December 9\nCelebrate the spirit of the season in a new and weird way! The Weirdos Holiday Market is put on by the folks at the taxidermy and curios shop, This Monkey's Gone to Heaven. Vendors here sell goods that you wouldn't typically associate with Christmas like witchy goods, taxidermy, weird jewellery and art. You'll find a super weird gift here for your kooky uncle or your goth friend.\nCandytown Holiday Festival\n@iyaletownembedded via\nWhere: Yaletown, VancouverWhen: Saturday, November 24\nThis holiday event is actually the perfect Christmas market because you get to shop from holiday vendors and brick-and-mortar shops in Yaletown! CandyTown is one of those can't-miss holiday event only lasts one day so mark your calendars.\nWinter Farmers Markets\n@vanmarketsembedded via\nWhere: Riley Park and Hastings Park, VancouverWhen: Saturdays at Hastings Park and Sundays at Riley Park\nAlthough these Farmer's Markets run all through the Winter and aren't necessarily Christmas-themed, they're still totally worth checking out for fresh gifts this season. You'll find plants, greenery, florals, produce and tons of cool food and artisan products for sale here. Who wouldn't want to find a jar of local honey in their stocking?\nFall For Local Holiday Market\n@fallforlocalembedded via\nWhere: The Shipyards, North VancouverWhen: Sunday, December 8 and Sunday, December 9\nFall for Local has a focus on high quality, independent local brands and their holiday market is simply amazing. There will be a free DIY mini wreath workshop, music, food trucks, more than 95 vendors and a free tote for the first 50 guests on each day!\nFort Langley’s Handmade Christmas Market\n@fortlangleyembedded via\nWhere: Fort Langley Community Hall, Fort LangleyWhen: Saturday, November 24 and Sunday, November 25\nVisit Fort Langley for your Christmas Shopping inside their heritage community hall and shop from local Fraser Valley vendors selling darling handmade goods. Be sure to wander around and get a coffee while you're in town because Fort Langley is adorable in the Winter!\nVancouver Christmas Market\n@vanchristmasembedded via\nWhere: Jack Poole Plaza, VancouverWhen: Wednesday, November 21 to Monday, December 24\nFinally, the Vancouver Christmas Market is the event of the season. You can buy local goods, chow down on authentic German food and buy an adorable German Christmas ornament to treasure year after year. Bring your s/o along to check out their Lover's Lane, a sparkling 30-foot long tunnel with lights and mistletoe that will look great on your Instagram stories!