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We heard about this market on the 'Join us in France' podcast and it is exactly as advertised. Locals and tourists alike enjoy the variety of goods sold at the market - I bought the baskets for only 10 Euros and managed to bring them...More
We absolutely loved the market at first. Amazing food, fruit, vegetables, vegetarian options, spices etc. At the end were cheap clothes etc that did not appeal to us at all but what made us give a lower point was the farmer selling animals. Chicken, rabbits,...More
We were lucky to be in Arles on a Saturday when this market takes place. It is truly not to be missed and was definitely the best market we visited on our trip to Provence and Burgundy.
The market is vast, spanning 2 roads in...More
This is a big deal, it runs the length of Old Town on Saturday mornings and has everything! I am not a great fan of these markets as they frequently draw pickpockets and can get very crowded, but they are and amazing sight/smell with all...More
This Saturday market is well worth a visit. I like that it is divided up into mainly clothes, food and other items Interesting to see who shops in which bit. The food market is fantastic and fresh. Watch out for people with shopping trolleys as...More
The open-air market in Arles, in Provence-Alpes, is a great place to buy a wide range of locally grown produce; it has two market days that run throughout the year, and both are centrally located. It is a fine example of a local French market...More
We found the market was great to see, but there seems to be more on Saturday than the Wednesday. It is a great place because there is an obvious influence of different cultures present in the market. This always adds to the interest. My daughter...More
The open air market in Provence-Alpes-Cote-D'Azur in the south of France is a fine example of a local french market. Produce, cheese, meat and wares in a lively setting, you could spend all day watching people soaking up the culture.
We noticed right away that the greatest number of stalls was for food and clothing. The deals were great and we bought several pieces of Italian fashion as well as wonderful breads and cheeses. I didn't see it but one of my friends found a...More