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Overall, the daily morning foods stalls here were a good place to pick up some quality food items that we snacked on each evening during our stay in Antibes. Great service in particular from an older gentleman selling olives and some homemade dips at a...More
This was a lovely small market catering more for locals than tourists. There was a roof which helped keep off the heat.
It is perfect for obtaining the wherewithall for a picnic - bread on one stall, cheese on another, olives and fruit elsewhere. Marvellous....More
This market was covered overhead and welcomed on this rainy Saturday.
So much to see. Produce, meats, cheeses, soaps, spices, honey, oil and so much more.
This is worth a few hours to stroll through and pick up fromage, baguettes and charcuterie. Then, find a...More
This marche really is the business! Beautiful fresh produce, flowers, fromage, meats, fresh fish and shell fish, spices, lavender, all beautiful presented and heavenly! We rented an apartment just so we could come here to buy the fresh food! A MUST VISIT. Great little cafes...More
Come to Antibes! And when you’re there dont miss the market when its on. You will not be disappointed. The colours the smell the excitement of being in the middle of it all. Its just fantastic. Not to be missed when in Antibes.
We came to Antibes on a day trip from Nice in December and decided to stop here, because we like farmers' markets. Alas, we arrived around noon and learned that the market would close at 1 p.m. Some stalls had already shut down and few...More
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It's every day ! Best thing is the TER (regional) trains run very regularly. It's a short walk to town. May I suggest walking along the port and take in all the beautiful yachts ? Then enter Antibes through the big stone... More
It's every day ! Best thing is the TER (regional) trains run very regularly. It's a short walk to town. May I suggest walking along the port and take in all the beautiful yachts ? Then enter Antibes through the big stone wall. Have fun !