San Agustín Market

1 Praza San Agustín

A stylized barrel roof set above windows that mimic its arc speak of 1930s civic reform when street stalls were replaced with a bright and clean covered market. The design here is great, but the local produce is the star: tables piled with seaweed, vegetables and fruit; fish so fresh that some are still flipping; and bushels of razor clams, percebes (goose barnacles) and baby squid.

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