Mercado Municipal in Alcàsser

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Markets are a great place to see what local life is like; Alcàsser town market is no exception.

If you’re on the look-out for some of the Region of Valencia’s tastiest pastries, Mercado Municipal in Alcàsser is the place to go. Here you will find delicacies such as Pastel de Gloria, a local treat combining layers of meringue and almond or pumpkin, as well as all sorts of sponge cakes such as cocas de arrope, cocas de calabaza and more.

Alcàsser market was built in 1929 and has 14 stalls selling all sorts of specialities, from pastries and charcuterie to salted fish, fruit, vegetables, seafood and much more. There’s no better place to find high quality and locally sourced products. Bustling with local life, the market is a great place to pick yourself something up to eat if you’re cycling to Alcàsser, for example, or taking a stroll in the surrounding huerta (agricultural land).

The town market is open Monday to Saturday from 8am to 2pm and is accessible to people with disabilities. Beyond the stalls, there is also a vet and customer service office, as well as Museo de L'Horta Sud, a museum housing a collection of everyday objects that were a part of daily life in the town. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore Alcàsser market and discover a place where the traditional and historic fuse just a stone’s throw from València city.