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Thewanderingwinos wrote a review Jan 2020
Brighton, United Kingdom531 contributions305 helpful votes
We popped in here as they were starting to pack up for the day, it’s a relatively small market so less competition means the prices are a little more than the bigger markets like Jerez. Lots of vegetable and fruit sellers, fishmongers, herbs and spices and cheeses. Lots of local specialities here; Payoyo cheese, tuna, adobe seasoning etc. It’s well worth a look around even if you don’t buy anything. We especially like the staff here, I dropped my purse here which had a fair amount of money in it as well as my car parking ticket, when I went to buy something at another stall I suddenly realised I no longer had it so started frantically retracing my steps and searching for it. As I was doing this 2 women on one of the stalls beckoned me over and asked me if I had lost something, then they gave me my purse back which they had found on the ground. These women were so honest, they could have quite easily have kept my purse and I would have been non the wiser but they flagged me over to return it to me when they saw me searching, it really restored my faith in people, what amazing women.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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ejcChiclana wrote a review Aug 2018
Chiclana de la Frontera, Spain4 contributions1 helpful vote
The Marcado de Abastos, fresh food market in Chiclana is amazing. The choice of fish and price is better than I have found in any other market and in any other country. There are about 27 fish stalls every day apart from Sundays and Mondays. There are also many meat and fruit and vegetable stalls. Everything is fresh, good quality and good value for money.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Higuito Acceton wrote a review Dec 2017
United Kingdom158 contributions27 helpful votes
Spectacular fish market with best quality local seafood stuff also vegetable and fruits alongside homemade chorizos, poultry, beef, pork, lamb and rabbit products. Anyone like markets, I guarantee you will love it.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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barry931 wrote a review Aug 2017
Chiclana de la Frontera, Spain10 contributions6 helpful votes
The Mercado de Asbastos in the centre of Chiclana in front of the wine and salt tourist exhibition has about 100 stalls the vast majority being a tremendous selection of fresh fish of every type. It is very busy (shuts at 2) and has plenty of fresh produce and lots of local colour and personalities.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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BNM79 wrote a review Apr 2017
Cork, Ireland382 contributions165 helpful votes
I always love markets when we are travelling because I feel it gives you an essence of a culture. This place does not disappoint. Great meat, seafood and vegetables.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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