The development and transformation of cities led to an increase in the population in cities. With the increasing population movement, the distorted formations in the cities have brought many problems in human and living spaces. These negative effects caused the users to search for new spatial. In addition to being a component of urban ecology, ecological bazaars constitute an important part of the spatial formations that contribute to the benefit of the user and the environment. In the growing cities, these spatial formations have managed to become a self-sufficient spatial phenomenon with active use in line with the opportunities it offers to its users. In order to examine the spatial satisfaction levels of ecological bazaars on users and their intention to revisit; The ecological bazaar of the Kireçhane in the Kireçhane Quarter of Ortahisar District of Trabzon City has been identified as the study area. In the determination of this area as a research area, the Kireçhane Neighborhood is not only an intense urbanization phenomenon but also has an ecological environmental impact compared to other bazaar on a city basis. Therefore, this study examined the relationship between site satisfaction and revisit intention the users visiting the lime ecological bazaar. In this context, 120 visitors were surveyed in June, September and October of 2019. As a result of the research, satisfaction factors in the neighborhood bazaar; activity opportunities, service facilities, socialization and accessibility. The factors affecting the intention to visit again were found to be activity opportunities, socialization and service opportunities.