The Sanlucar de Barrameda Market (“Plaza de Abastos”) is the central market of Sanlúcar. Walking through the stands, talking to people and shopping there becomes a unique experience for the visitor.
It is located within a municipal building, built in the eighteenth century for this purpose. It has been remodelled several times throughout its history.
The market is located right in the heart of the commercial-historical area of Sanlúcar de Barrameda. It was declared as such in 1973, having been the city’s commercial district since the late Middle Ages.
The project kicked off in 1736, when the City of Sanlúcar bought two lots to build a place where to gather the butcher’s scattered around the city and where to sell fruits, vegetables and food. Moreover, the Duke of Medina Sidonia yielded a part of his garden.
In 2009, the City Council and the Andalusian Regional Government carried out a new market project. With this, only the stone cover is preserved in a modern minimalist white market.
Cookies are important to you, they influence your browsing experience. We use analytical, personalization and advertising cookies (our own) to make profiles based on browsing habits and show you personalized content. You can consult our Cookies Policy. By clicking on "Accept all ", you consent to all cookies being saved on your device or you can configure or reject their use by clicking on "Settings ". Cookies PolicySettingsAccept all
Privacy & Cookies Policy