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All reviews great market fruit and veg tapas indoor market self catering stall holders fish stalls sights and smells spanish market locals shop jamon shellfish beautiful stained glass stalls selling food market on display beautiful building
This was my 2nd visit to this market this year. I never fail to be amazed at the abundance of fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and all variations of Spanish specialities on display. The buzz of the place is amazing and so many offers to...More
Love walking about this place with all its fresh goods on offer. Amazing displays with the odd point and cook place to sit and enjoy some of the cuisine. The two cafes on the front are well worth a try. Very enjoyable - and fresh
If you love walking through local markets, then this is a place to visit in Malaga. We loved all of the colorful produce. The vendors were busy but very kind. We sampled a lot of ham and olive oil and made purchases based on those...More
This market is a 'must' place to visit for any visit ro Malaga City. Not just a tourist attraction- it is a fully operational market and the selection of fresh produce is amazing- quality fresh fruit and vegetables, olives, nuts, bread, meats, fish, seafood and...More
This is a great market similar to the one in Barcelona. However eating at the food stalls isn’t so great as it’s standing only. We went to the Medina Bar situated outside the market doors but alongside the road. The waitress wasn’t very friendly and...More
We spotted this as we went round and round Malaga trying to find a car park! This was nearby.
The market is an amazing collection of small and large food outlets with a few tapas bars. The fruit, veg, meat and fish were beautifully set...More
We visited this market twice and we’ll be back next time we are in Málaga. It’s a little expensive but what you get is delicious. We bought almonds, olive, olive oil, bread, Serrano ham, dates and fresh fruits. And then we had wonderful tapas at...More
Well worth spending 20 to 30 minutes walking around this market and looking at all the amazing products on offer. The painted glass work in the central part of the market is also very beautiful. Would recommend a visit, but keep in mind it closes...More
Response from SERGUEY1969 | Reviewed this property |
I would recommend You for any cases if You will not find a place for Parking Your car nearby Mercado Central to use underground parking at El Corte Ingles. It is just 2-3 minutes walking from the Mercado Central... More
I would recommend You for any cases if You will not find a place for Parking Your car nearby Mercado Central to use underground parking at El Corte Ingles. It is just 2-3 minutes walking from the Mercado Central. The Safety of Your car and luggage will be guaranteed.
Response from Mitchell B | Reviewed this property |
Sorry to be so slow to respond. But, although I can't find any specific info about the Mercado Ataranzanas, Friday IS a national holiday, and most stores are closed, so I would expect the market to be closed. Wish I would... More
Sorry to be so slow to respond. But, although I can't find any specific info about the Mercado Ataranzanas, Friday IS a national holiday, and most stores are closed, so I would expect the market to be closed. Wish I would could find something official.