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The first thing you notice about this market this hope beautiful the building it is in. It is steeped in history and well worth a visit in the centre of town.
It is a local markets so, the therefore , it closes in the afternoon...More
Good variety of fruits, vegetables, seafood and different things to eat. I only went for the fresh fruits and was not disappointed. Note that the Mercado closes at around 2 PM and that it can also be quite crowded.
Many mercados in Spanish towns and cities are a moribund business, but the mercado in Alicante is alive and kicking! The amount and sort of fish, meat, fruits and chesses are overwhelming. Advice: do not just gazde and take pictures, buy something of that delicious...More
Alicante's Central Market is located in the heart of Alicante City and is a bustling market on two floors. Outside is a great Plaza (Plaza de 25 Mayo) which is named in memory of the bombing in 1938 Civil War. The meat, flowers, fruit and...More
Fantastic market, the hall is just amazing! Fish, meat, fruits and vegetales as much as you like. We went there to pick up stuff for the day and also brought back a cheese platter and meat tapas.
The problem you will have is to choose!...More
If you are staying Alicante for any length of time this is clearly the place to come buy your food. Lots of vendors selling high quality provisions. You can get your cheeses, meats, fresh fish, fruits and veggies, and flowers. Very well done and the...More
We did not visit the meat market - only seafood and fruits & vegetables. Definitely worth visiting. Good prices, fresh everything. A little bit of Spanish mandatory - and bring cash.
You can also buy fruits that you wish to consume fast - for example...More
Visiting this market makes me excited about returning to cook cook cook! We are on a cruise ship and seeing all this fresh food encourages me to look for fresh markets similar to this. I am sure we don’t have anything like this in our...More