You must cannot miss visiting this market. The fish is unbelievable. Lots of small deli's surrounding the market and at about 12 noon lots of little tapas stalls and bars serving artisan products.
Además de mercado, puedes comer y tapear en un lugar singular. Not only for your food shopping, also tapas and beverages available in a nice environment.
Many stands with different types of food, from different cultures. Vegan food stand available.
Our Central Market is a unique place where you find the best fresh local food as fish, meat and vegetables. A nice place to visit surrounded of small bars and restaurants
Mercado del siglo XIX , con llamativa variedad de pescados frescos, frutas, carnes y verduras, oferta gastronómica y buenos precios : productos de la sierra de Cádiz, Tortilleria, Mariscos, Frituras de pescado, Quesería, Gastronomía argentina, japonesa, etc
Lively Market, where you can do your groceries and have a beer or try many different "tapas".
The Central Market is just a 10/15 minute walk to the attic and sells the best fish and fresh produce in town. Buy red tuna and cook it at home ( cooked nearly raw) This market is lively, has a gourmet area and it's a restored historical building. A must see! El Mercado Central está a sólo 10/15…
“Cadiz's old, characterful theatre where the famous Carnival takes place and Manuel de Falla composed his first works”
“Castle of the XVII century surrounded by the sea and with free exhibitions. Scenes from "Die another day" were filmed here.”
“If you've had enough fish in Cádiz, this is the place to come for some really good meat with hams and sausages hanging all over the place. Tapas bar at the front, restaurant at the back (if you're lucky you'll be served by a fearsome bull of a man that looks like he takes his food as seriously as he does regularly (excellent recommendations, mind you!). Try the tapa or bigger ración of carrillada Iberica picante (slightly spicy slow-cooked Iberian pig cheek stew) and a montadito de paleta y presa iberica (juicy pork steak topped with Iberican jamón in a bread roll), or if you want something more substantial try the excellent entrecote de presa Iberica (juicy shoulder steak) or the local beef (Carne Retinto). Good selection of well priced wine, too. ”
“La Caleta es una playa situada en el centro histórico de la ciudad de Cádiz. Fue puerto natural en el que fondearon barcos de fenicios, cartagineses y romanos. La Caleta is a beach located in the historic center of the city of Cádiz. It was a natural harbor where Phoenician, Carthaginian and Roman ships anchored.”