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On Tuesday and Saturday morning in Saint Tropez. This is a fantastic cozy market which sells a huge range of foods including bread, pastries, cheese, sausages, flowers, olives, spices, herbs, fruit and vegetables.
We expected a market in this posh location to be super expensive - but we were very pleasantly surprised by how affordable everything was! We mainly looked at the clothing & second hand products as we were travelling so unable to buy food to prepare...More
Visited the twice a week outdoor market.
Remarkable range of good available, particularly fresh produce, fruit, cheese, meats, wines.
Also native crafts and clothingotally charming and authentic: a must see.
visited St.Tropez on a day trip organised by my cruise ship; after a tour of the harbour and surrounds i visited the market and must say the cheese in particular on offer was out of this world..yes you do get free samples by some of...More
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.