Flea markets on Long Island

Kim Bardes, a vendor at Shopper's Village in

(Credit: Newsday Photo / J. Conrad Williams Jr.)

Where else under one roof could a bargain-hunter buy a sofa and bag of tube socks, pick up a car stereo and new cell phone, sit for a back massage and psychic reading, have a computer repaired and family photo shot, get a haircut and pick up a leather motorcycle jacket - topping it all off with a diamond tennis bracelet and 14-karat-gold watch?

Whether you're buying or browsing, it's a good bet you'll find deals at one of Long Island's large flea markets, where hundreds of vendors set up small booths and larger stores. With ATMs on site, all you need is a pair of comfortable shoes. There's a lot of ground to cover.

--Compiled by Pat Burson

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