It's a Farmers' Market. It doesn't sell gee gaws and knick knacks. It is all under cover under one roof. It sells a little fresh produce, breads, biscuits, cheeses, smallgoods, smoked fish, jams and relishes, olive oil, olives, pies, quiches and probably several similar things I've forgotten. It isn't large so there is only one or occasionally two stalls that sell the same things. This doesn't matter because it is all high quality; I haven't bought a single thing there I didn't enjoy greatly. The stalls are staffed by the people who make the produce.
It also has a place to buy and eat breakfast and take away prepared salads of many sorts.
It is an ideal place to buy preparation for a picnic lunch, or if you are staying in accommodation without a restaurant, or don't want to go to one.
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