Markets in Cadiz
Mercado Central de RotaRota
This market from 1928 is distributed around a central arcaded courtyard and originally had stalls selling meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, etc…
Mercado Ingeniero TorrojaAlgeciras
This modern, functional and transparent work, with very few decorative details on doors and pillars, is one of the landmarks of 20th century Spanish architecture. Today, it remains a reference for students of architecture. This market is the dynamic element of the commercial sector in this area of the city.
Casa de los JesuitasArcos de la Frontera
It’s where the current market place takes place in Arcos de la Frontera. This building began to be built in mid-18th century to accommodate the Order, but remained unfinished after the first expulsion of the Jesuits from Spain ordered by Carlos III.
Mercado Central de CádizCadiz
This market was the work of Torcuato Benjumeda, who proposed a neoclassical quadrilateral square on Doric style. The market offers many stalls where you can buy fruit and vegetables, fish and seafood, meat, varies frozen foods, bread y pastries, olives… Furthermore, every day of the week it hosts the Gastronomic Corner.