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As far as fish markets go surely this is one of the most pitiful. Blood and guts on the street flies buzzing on food. I thought there was little respect shown for the fish - to think such beautiful fish like the tuna and swordfish...More
This is so authentic. Real people selling real food (very loudly). Don't wear your posh shoes as the ground is soaked with fishy water. As well as fish there is fruit, vegetables, cheese, charcuterie, meat. I assume "castrati " is Italian for testicles...plenty of those...More
A fish market would not be on my list of things to see but occasionally you find that you are following your guide through. The pungent odour of fish is very evident as you near the entry point and then you enter this large market...More
This is a large fish market just off the main square and near the cathedral. This is definitely not your corner grocery or fish store. Open air and very fragrant with lots of fish smell. Large variety of fish on sale/display, many of which I...More
The fish market held every day from 7AM to noon is a MUST SEE....it's vibrant energy and local vibe makes it a unique experience. You can find fresh everything coming from the sea + fresh local cheese, vegetables, amazingly freshly pressed blood orange juice and...More
If you have a fish market in you home country/city, is the same thing. If you have never see one, I recommend you to go there and have a look or if you are going to cook seafood/fish it is a great place to buy...More
Very interesting market, amazing produce saffron pecorino, salami, fruit and vegetables- so not just fish! The market feels untouched and it’s like stepping back in time. We arrived around 8 am on a cold April morning, there are cafes in the square for breakfast or...More