Freiduría Las Flores
Plaza de Topete
About 250m northwest of the cathedral, this triangular plaza is one of Cádiz’ most intimate. Bright with flowers, it's usually talked...
Mercado Central de Abastos
The lively, recently revamped Mercado Central de Abastos was built in 1837 and is the oldest covered market in Spain.
Northwest of Plaza de Topete, the Torre Tavira opens up dramatic panoramas of Cádiz and has a camera obscura that projects live, moving...
This long, dim jazz and blues bar often hosts live music on Thursdays around 10.30pm, but it’s the sort of place that has a great...
Restaurant Café Royalty
Originally opened in 1912 on the centenary of the 1812 constitution, the Royalty was once a discussion corner for the intellectuals of...
Plaza de Topete 4 · interesting places nearby
Freiduría Las Flores information
Cádiz' addiction to fried fish reaches new heights here. If it comes from the sea, chances are it’s been fried and dished up at Las Flores as tapa, media racion (larger tapas serving) orracion (full-plate serving), or in an improvised paper cup, fish-and-chips style. If you can't choose, try a surtido (mixed fry-up). Don't count on a table.