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All reviews place aux herbes all sorts great variety fresh produce around noon bustling street sights and smells food stalls charcuterie town centre sausage high season bread a lot of fun southern france saturday vegetables
We were lucky enough to be in Uzès on a Saturday. What a fantastic market! Tremendous range of food stalls - all delighted to offer samples and advice - but all sorts of other goods too. French lifestyle at its best, and clearly an important...More
The market is huge, colorful and a major feature. Best Togo on market day though many shops and restaurants surround.
No antique stalls and few such stores, unlike Ile Sur la Sorgue which is better overall.
Whenever we are in Uzes, the market is always on our agenda - Wednesday is the smaller of the two, is more food orientated and generally concentrated in the Place aux Herbes, whereas the Saturday market occupies much of the town centre and the Place........More
This is the best market I attended in Provence. The variety and quality of the goods sold was impressive and I spent so much more time and money than I had anticipated but with much success. I purchased Christmas and birthday presents for my family...More
We visited the Uzes market on a Saturday morning. We arrived around 10 AM and things were already in full swing! Set in the middle of this beautiful medieval town, the market is centred in the Place Aux Herbes and radiates outwards through numerous small...More
A wide variety of food produce from the local area plus fresh fish and meat. A great atmosphere on Wednesday mornings and on Saturdays a much larger market including pottery, haberdashery, quilts and fabrics. Fun to browse and always musicians playing somewhere.
Saturday in high summer sees Uzes transformed from a quiet little town into a bustling, crowded open air market on a pretty big scale. Bus routes into town are diverted and central car parking suspended to allow for the huge number of stalls and visitors....More