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Day 5: Visited the dreamy Saint-Tropez. Start at Place des Lices (note market days/times) and walk towards the old port (Vieux Port). There are many restaurants along the port as well as the famous La Durée (pastry shop that sells the most delicious macarons). Walk...More
The market in St Tropez is huge with lots of different areas selling local produce.
It was extremely hot on the day we visited and felt claustrophobic with the stalls close together and lots of people wandering around, however it’s a must see whilst in...More
I wouldn't call this a FLEA (lices) market - since there really weren't that many used or antiques items. Mainly an assortment of clothes, hats and fresh produce, as well as wonderful olive wood items (cutting boards & salad tongs etc). Mainly went to photograph,...More
The square where the markets stand was a former medieval jousting area that hosted knight's tournaments and has since been the home of the markets since 1622. Take the time to wander through the old building and square.
During late December /early January, half of the place des lices is transformed into an ice skating rink.. You can skate here for only €2 including skates.. It really is quite magical.. I skated here on new years day.. There are also very reasonably priced...More
We visited Places des Lices market during our last trip to St. Tropez. It is very popular amongst the locals and the tourists.
They open every Tuesday and Saturday morning till 1:30pm. However I will go early if you want to shop. Parking is limited...More
This was a nice market with many different items but not anything different or unique from many other markets through France or Europe. It is great for strolling and people watching and if you are in the market for anything from fruits and vegetables to...More
I must admit that I'm not necessarily always excited to walk through a local market, but Place des Lices Market almost defies description. Never have I seen a market with a wider range of items for sale.
It has all that you would expect to...More