The Feria Market – the oldest in Sevilla – comprises two buildings, separated by a small alleyway, next door to the 13th century Omnium Sanctorum Church on Feria Street. There are the usual displays of fresh fish, meat and produce, as well as a well-stocked florist and some small shops that run along the outside of the market. But for me the biggest attraction is the fabulous market bar that serves up super-fresh fish and seafood tapas. La Cantina is found right next to the church; in fact its terrace incorporates a length of the old church wall. The service is fast & friendly and it’s a great place to stop off for a quick bite. Open during market hours, 7am – 4.30 pm, Monday to Saturday.