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Groceries

So that you may never lack  anything. 

Local Shops

Small Shops - a must experience

There are small shops in walking distance from our studio space. The ones suggested are within walking or biking distance. All pictures are linked to Google Maps.

Opening hours were last updated on 11.08.2022.

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Puria

20 min walk

The Market Pianezzi in Puria is a small market, where you will find all necessities. Bread needs to be ordered in advance.

Opening hours are:

MON - SAT

09.00 - 12.30

TUE - SAT

17.00 - 19.00 

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Albogasio

30 min walk 

Doing groceries at Pitton Serrano is like being moved back in time. On Sundays you can get newspapers by just leaving money in the letter box.

Opening hours are:

in the mornings. We are not quite sure on which days. 

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San Mamete

20 min walk

Panificio Pasticceria Alimentari still have their own bakery. And it is worth while going there. It is cash only.

Opening hours are:

MON - FRI

05.30 - 12.30 

16.00 - 19.00

SAT

07.00 - 12.30

16.00 - 19.00

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Cima

15 min bike ride

Jhonny Market is out of the small shops the one with the widest selection. 

Opening hours are:

MON - FRI

05.30 - 12.30 

16.00 - 19.00

SAT

07.30 - 12.30

16.00 - 19.00

SUN

08.30 - 12.30

City Shopping

Lugano and Porlezza

There are numerous shopping possibilities in Porlezza and Lugano. For the days, where you want to treat yourself to a bigger selection of food.

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Porlezza

20 min by bicycle

When clicking on the image above, Google Maps will show all places in Porzlezza registered under the label shopping.

For a big grocery tour we recommend Carrefour or Iperal. They are open 7 days a week. 

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Lugano

30 min by bicycle

When clicking on the image above, Google Maps will show all places in Lugano registered under the label shopping.

The closest grocery store is probably this Migros.

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Gandria

15 min by bicycle

There is a Migrolino (gas station shop) on the Swiss side of the border. It carries many newspapers and some necessities. 

If you need to fuel up your car, this is also the place you want to go to.

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