Like many cities in Spain, the best culinary treats in Malaga can be found in the bustling central market, Atarazanas.
This covered market is one of the most picturesque we’ve seen, with a neo-Arab style main facade and stained glass windows. Mercado Atarazanas is brimful of food vendors hawking reasonably priced fresh fruit and vegetables, seafood, cheese and meats, as well as a handful of bars and restaurants that serve tapas and drinks onsite.
If you’re interested in Spanish food and the local way of life, it’s definitely worth visiting Mercado Central de Atarazanas.
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