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All reviews great market fruit and veg tapas indoor market fish stalls stall holders fresh products chorizo sights and smells market hall gambas skewers stained glass stalls selling food market for sale great place to visit
Situated in the old city centre, this is the largest indoor market in Malagar. Atarazanas, Arabic for 'shipyard,' a building stood here during the Muslim (Moorish) occupation, that was used as a shipyard for the repair and maintenance of vessels. This building also became a...More
Brimming with lovely fresh fruit, veg, fish and meat. Smoothies are amazing - huge range of flavours ! If you are self catering definately buy food here and prep yourselves ! If not but fresh smoothies, fruit, nuts and cooked shellfish - good prices and...More
Sigh. There must be a common blueprint for these awesome,spectacular, regional markets we see everywhere in Europe. All seem to have been built in the early 1900's in the style of the day. All seem to have glass portions to the ceilings, intricate black iron...More
The market has great selection of fresh produce, fresh meat and fish. Amazing selection of olives, nuts as well as fruits and ready to drink smoothies. But the most amazing feature are the small restaurant-like quality shop. They take the fresh meat and seafood and...More
Go to this market Mon-Sat. from 8 am - 2 pm and you will see a huge selection of seafood (amazing), vegetables, fruits, meats, some spices. It is a fun place to visit, everything looked so good. There are restrooms at one end but bring...More
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.