At Arles’ enormous Saturday-morning market, Camargue salt, goats' milk cheese and saucisson d’Arles (bull-meat sausage) scent the air. The scene shifts to bd Émile Combes on Wednesday morning.
Bonnieux’ huge Friday-morning market is (along with Apt’s) one of the biggest and best in the Luberon. It sprawls over several streets in the village centre, with local farmers and producers selling everything from …
This upscale food market inside the newly renovated vaults of La Major Cathedral has something for everybody. Each stall serves a selection of small plated specialities such as pungent cheeses, freshly shucked oyste…
Apt’s huge Saturday-morning market attracts hordes of locals and tourists alike. If you really want to see what a marché Provençal is all about, then make it a date in your diary.
Over 40 food stalls showcase seasonal Provençal ingredients. Cooking demonstrations are held at 11am Saturday. Outside on place Pie, admire Patrick Blanc's marvellous vegetal wall.
This lively market sells a huge range of fresh produce and is the place for picnic supplies. On Monday there are also flowers.
Menton’s covered food market near the seafront bursts with local colours, scents and flavours.
Small and touristy fish market at the Vieux Port.