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Try go as early as possible if you go by car. It can be really crazy to find a parking spot!
Once parked you can go and enjoy the market trough the narrow streets. You can find a lot of local specialities, vegetables, clothes and...More
Were able to get great picnic snacks! Very VERY busy - go early in the day to avoid the crowds. Make sure to take a walk through the whole market before buying goods, lots of duplicate vendors with drastically different prices.
We liked this market so much! We enjoyed to look a lot of different things and people, and how some normal shop goes out to the street on Saturday. We had breakfast with croissant and then bought something for lunch, like tasty fresh cheese, charcuterie,...More
You can buy just about anything here: Cheese, olives, fruit, vegetables, honey, clothes, hats, oils, lavender...This is a very extensive market and crowded. Come early to get a good parking space and a nice coffee and pastry for breakfast. Stay for lunch and enjoy the...More
We’ve been lucky to travel in France quite a bit in the past decade and the markets in Apt are amongst the best we’ve seen. Spread out over almost the entire medieval area they offer a fantastic range including food, clothing, leather goods etc and...More
i was there at 10am, the stalls were plentiful but the products were pathetic.
Not many provencale produce, lots of chinese fakes or cheap wear. we walked through the main market streets as well as the side streets and even confirmed with a stall owner....More
We were fortunate to be in the Luberon region on a Saturday and our hostess guided us to this market. It was so large, filled with everything from fresh provencal fruits and veggies, locally grown flowers and plants to handcrafted clothing, art painted from the...More
I love a good market and I love to shop, so I was excited to experience as many as I could in southern France...Arles, Aix, L'Isle Sur la Sorgue, Apt, Menerbes. I kept reading that one was the best in France or another was the...More
Great large marche with lots of clothing, foods... cheeses, olives, olive oils, veggies, fruits, soaps... and on and on. Go early, parking can be difficult and don’t miss Au Pierrot Blanc; it’s a wonderful bakery!
As french markets go this one is certainly reasonably large. Its tentacles spread, octopus-like, through the narrow cobbled streets of the town centre. Go fairly early and park near the new Tourist Office, which was the old station, and then walk ten minutes (flat) to...More