Fresh products sold in a 19th century Neoclassical building.
Fresh and animated atmosphere.
"Come and get your fresh fish, fruit and vegetables!" The lively stallholders of the Abastos Central Market in Jerez are happy to chat to customers at their stalls and promise fresh produce from the garden and the sea. Locals and restaurant owners also flock to this market for its fresh straight-from-the-oven bread, olives and Andalusian spices. It is located on Abastos Square, set in a 19th century Neoclassical building, constructed on the ruins of the former San Francisco Convent, and is considered to be the oldest market in Jerez. Wrought iron gates and an impressive facade with stone and stained glass windows which look over the 115 stalls have been preserved from its original architecture.
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