Amazing market in the old town streets with so many stalls, you could struggle to get around to them all!!
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We arrived early as recommended to ensure a parking space. We parked easily before 8am and wandered down to the old town and markets. The produce was amazing; fresh and plentiful. There's a clothes and homeward section which was slightly more geared towards tourists. The...More
Such a vast variety of foods, textiles, antiques, art work, soaps and the market prices were very very reasonable. Get there early and make a day of it and then if you still need food head out and over to Le Bistrot du Paradou, an...More
What's so amazing about this market are the different aspects: local food, sea food, fresh prepared dishes, textiles and cloths, flowers and vegetables but also utensils, souvenirs de Provence etc. Secondly inviting terraces and brasseries, serving wonderful lunch or bodega's calling for wine tasting. Thirdly...More
What a fun day! We arrived late morning, easily found a parking lot on the outskirts of the town, and followed all the people to to the town center. The market was great--everything from soaps, herbs, art, linens, clothes, scarves, hats and food was on...More
So I did a lot of research before going to this market but it is totally worth it! They have glass, food, herbs, lavender, soap, records, clothes, linens and much more! If you are in Provence this is a 30 minute drive to an awesome...More
The streets were full of vendors and it was very festive. We got some great cheese and enjoyed watching people. You can get fresh produce, meat, fish, cheese, other foods, and lots of other nonfood items. Parking is a challenge so come early.
One of the better markets in the area. In addition to the fresh produce, try the cheese, olives, porchetta, homemade pastas and charcuterie. It is a festive time and easily maneuverable. A must visit in the area.