Alicante Central Market
Alicante’s Central Market is an eclectic building, with decorative features characteristic of early twentieth century Valencian Modernism. It is situated in one of the busiest avenues of Alicante city: Avenida Alfonso X El Sabio.
The building was designed in 1915 by the architect Francisco Fajardo Guardiola and completed by Juan Vidal Ramos in 1922. It is rectangular-shaped and occupies the irregular block in which it is situated. Its main brick facade has a big wide staircase. The rear façade gives onto 25 de Mayo Square, that has flower stalls and market bars.
The Pantheon of Quijano and the Plaza de Toros are very near Alicante’s Central Market. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any further information on these sites.