A covered market always makes one wonder as to its authenticity, but there is no doubt that the roof which covers the Netanya Market makes the experience of buying and walking around it more pleasant, especially on rainy or stormy days, or when the sun is too strong. The Netanya Market opened in 1957 by Jewish immigrants from North Africa and today it offers like any self-respecting market fruits, vegetables and meat, all kinds of customers and especially a pleasant and free atmosphere. Beyond these, the Netanya Market includes quite a few stands and stores that offer spices, as well as lovely delis that specialize in everything which the Netanya Market costumers could want: North African, Russian or French delicatessen. In the Netanya Market one can also find several restaurants, some of which offer Tripolitan food. The center of the Netanya Market is located on Shoham Street. The Netanya Market is open on Sundays – Thursdays from the morning and until the afternoon and on Fridays until midday.