Pays d’Aix shopping

Top Choice Wine in Aix-en-Provence

Cave du Félibrige

Run by committed oenophiles Francois and Vincent, this trove of rare and delightful bottles aims to cover the many French styles and terroirs, paying particular attention to Provence. Deeper explorations of the cell…
Top Choice Market in Aix-en-Provence

Morning Market

No spot in Aix revs up your taste buds more than the city’s premier food market, where trestle tables groan each morning under the weight of marinated olives, goat’s cheese, garlic, lavender, honey, peaches, melons,…
Top Choice Books in Aix-en-Provence

Book in Bar

Bibliophiles rejoice: this brilliant Anglophile bookshop has a huge selection of English-language books for sale (among works in other languages) and a thoroughly pleasant tearoom to boot. Look out for occasional bo…
Food in Aix-en-Provence

La Chambre aux Confitures

This pretty, orderly little shop sells delicious artisanal jams – including unexpected flavours like gooseberry, lavender, strawberries in champagne and bitter lemon – and other condiments for cheese and charcuterie…
Market in Aix-en-Provence

Flea Market

Browse quirky vintage items in one of Aix’s squares.
Food in Aix-en-Provence

La Maison du Roy René

This calissonnier specialises in Aix’s sweetest treat: small, diamond-shaped chewy calissons, made of almond meal, citrus peel and wafer. They were first baked for King René’s wedding banquet in 1473 and the recipe …
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Savonnerie Rampal-Latour

Rampal-Latour's century-old factory recalls the time when soap-making was big business in Salon (now the real manufacturing is done elsewhere, on modern premises). Tours generally leave at 10am on weekdays, and are …