To allow locals and tourists to buy fresh produce such as fruit, vegetables, fish and other traditional local products, this market (designed by architect Joaquín de Rucoba) was built between 1876 and 1879 in the historical centre. Before this, it was home to the Ataranzas Building, a naval studio of art from Granada. The building still preserves the marble horseshoe arc which is the main facade of the market and previously overlooked the sea. In general, its sights, sounds and tastes are a delight for the senses. It is without a doubt the fresh fish stalls that generate the most attention. You can try some of the tapas here as well, which comes highly recommended. It is open Monday to Saturday from 08:00 to 14:00.
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