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the market is huge, but the same staff is over and over. A lot of trinkets, people who sell farmer produce are mostly middlemen.
We were told about antiques... but they were not found except large warehouse type buildings with furniture, garden sculptures, pottery, stuff...More
I have spent a while in Provence and have visited lots of markets - local and Provencal and this one unfortunately was the worst - I arrived and within an hour was fed up with being pushed and shoved or unable to walk freely because...More
It is the 5th time in Isle sur la sorgue last time was 10years ago Market still fine. But a lot more tourist oriented. Which means less local products and a lot more tourists for every 10 People we passed , at least 3 spoke...More
We woke up early on a Sunday morning to the bustle of hundreds of stall workers setting up their wares outside our apartment in the town square. After a quick coffee and pastry we strolled through hundreds of beautifully arranged stalls that sold absolutely everything...More
One of the best market I’ve ever been to! Had everything from food to clothing, jewelry, soaps, flowers—you name it. It goes on for forever, winding through scenic streets, so plan on spending a few hours. Get to the city early (9-ish) to find parking...More
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The large market is on Sunday, and is one of the largest in southern France. It starts around 9 AM, some vendors are there earlier, and most close up at 1 PM. You can’t miss it. It covers the entire business district of... More
The large market is on Sunday, and is one of the largest in southern France. It starts around 9 AM, some vendors are there earlier, and most close up at 1 PM. You can’t miss it. It covers the entire business district of central L’Ille, focused of the main part of the river and over to the cathedral and down the street where the Hotel de Ville is situated. Arrive in time to obtain a good parking spot, otherwise you will have to walk a few blocks.
During the week there is a farmers market, good for grocery shopping, less interesting for tourists, but still neat.
There are a lot of Antique stores. Most face the Main Street that goes thru the city center next to the largest part of the river. L’Ille is surrounded by branches of the river, not all are real wide. Some Antique stores focus on the weekends when the most tourists are there. Several times a year the market is combined with a large outdoor antique market too.
For more info, write a note to the Tourist Buro. They will send you good info on markets and sights to visit.