A Continental Market full of food from around the world is coming to Balloch’s Loch Lomond Shores later this month.

The outdoor market will be held Friday, April 21 to Sunday, April 23 with the stalls open between 10am and 5pm each day.

Visitors can enjoy Filipino fusion, German, Japanese, Korean, Indian, Mexican, Greek and Chinese street food alongside fresh produce such as Belgian chocolates, German salami and Italian cannoli.

Marketing and events manager at Loch Lomond Shores, Audrey Calder, said: “While the market captures many continental flavours and crafts, we’re delighted that it provides a glimpse into many more world-wide cultures and offers visitors a great opportunity to enjoy the best flavours and crafts from around the world.

“We are already looking forward to welcoming the continental market back during the summer and are sure it will be a hit with our visitors.”

There will also be artisan stalls selling crafts from around the world with Polish silver jewellery and Native American dreamcatchers, wooden carvings, and toys just some of the goods on offer.

The event offers food not commonly found in UK supermarkets and restaurants and is a chance to experience a diverse range of cultures.

The centre recently held their popular Springfest Food and Drink Festival that was visited by almost 15,000 people.

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The next food and drink festival is planned for September.

Register for a free ticket ahead of the festival here: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/loch-lomond-shores-continental-market-tickets-615048686177.