Mercado Central de Alicante
El Mercado Central de Alicante es un edificio de estilo ecléctico, con ornamentos del modernismo valenciano, de principios del siglo XX, que cumple la función de mercado municipal, situado en la ciudad española de Alicante.
La gastronomía de Alicante bulle en este enclave. Edificio histórico del principios del siglo XX donde podrás admirar los manjares de la ciudad y empezar la ruta del famoso tardeo alicantino.
The Central Food Market is a great place to enjoy a lovely meal, and try the local produce. Also visit the very nice Japanese Restaurant Katana on the lower floor.
This building contains some modernist features and was built between 1911 and 1912 under the management of Juan Vidal Ramos over Balmes Square, over which there was still a part of the 18th century wall. With its rectangular shape, the Market mimics the layout of a basilica, with a circular…
There's nothing this market cannot offer. You can buy fresh fruits, veggies, meat, fish... Or you can just walk around, try some local products and watch the locals doing their daily shopping. It's a unique and important place in the heart of Alicante!
“Fantastic Views of the City. Interesting history about the moor conquest and past”
“Check their website for up to date shows available... A fantastic eve out... Food before or after at one of many fabulous little restaurants tucked away in the side streets of Alicante. ”
“The archeological museum of Alicante is just a few blocks from the apt. And in the area past the large roundabout going North is Al Campo a huge shopping mall and supermarket where you can find anything!”
“Museo de Arte del Siglo XX - Museo de la Asegurada (Museum of XX century art) - is located in Plaza de Santa María. The museum has a very interesting collection of paintings of the 20th century: works by Kandinsky, Marriage, Ernst, Chagall, Picasso, Giacometti, Gris, Miro, as well as works by Spanish artists of the generation of the 50s: Alfaro, Kanogar, Mompo, Saura, Tapies, Sabel, Viola.”