Since 1947, locals have been trusting this atmospheric cave (wine seller) to find the best wines from across the Alpes Maritimes and Var. It’s a ramshackle kind of place, with upturned wine barrels and blackboard si…
Split between its beautiful flower market and rightly famous food market. On Mondays from 6am to 6pm, flowers and food make way for an antiques market.
Fruit and vegetables, olives, herbs and spices – no market is a finer reflection of local Niçois life.
Superb (but very expensive) hand-pressed olive oil, fresh from the mill on the outskirts of Nice. It comes in several flavours of differing fruitiness. The shop also sells delicious tapenades, jams, honeys and other…
With its gilded counters and mirrors, this looks more like a 19th-century boutique than a sweet shop, but this is where discerning Niçois have been buying their fruits confits (crystallised fruit) since 1820.
Macaroons and chocolates from chef patissier Pascal Lac. There are several other branches around town.
Cours Saleya’s western half is filled with its famous flower market, selling bucketfuls of blooms.
Pick up freshly caught fish from Nice’s daily fish market.
A flea market takes over the cours Saleya on Monday.
This enormous shopping mall spans a city block and hosts the usual fashion franchises.