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Le Marche d'Arles

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Gigantic. Great food vendors. Plus a lot of junk.

For a tourist just passing through, there isn't that much to buy. Nonetheless, just taking it all... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2018
Lenoir City, Tennessee
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Atmosphere, sounds, smells and selling almost everything you can imagine

A huge market selling everything you can imagine from novelty souvenirs through to live chickens... read more

Reviewed 11 September 2018
Derby, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 16 September 2018 via mobile

For a tourist just passing through, there isn't that much to buy. Nonetheless, just taking it all in via a long stroll makes it worthwhile. There's a lot to see. We mixed in the Van Gogh walking tour and stopped by the Colosseum plus stopped...More

Reviewed 11 September 2018 via mobile

A huge market selling everything you can imagine from novelty souvenirs through to live chickens and everything in between. A great place to sample the range of local food and drink, as well as to pick up various local handicrafts - both traditional and modern....More

1  Thank Leacroft
Reviewed 20 August 2018

A great Provencal market with a bounty of local produce, meats, and breads. There are cheesemakers, spice traders, honey producers and livestock farmers selling their crafts, as well as clothing, purses and souvenirs. Buy a roasted chicken but make sure you get the potatoes that...More

1  Thank jlit64
Reviewed 17 August 2018 via mobile

Get up early (8 am to 1 pm) but plan at least 2 hours to walk through this Saturday market ! You will get the feel to the Provencal markets with all the kiosks! Everything is there: cheese, sausages, olives, spices, fresh farm produce, fish,...More

Thank jazzfang
Reviewed 24 July 2018 via mobile

I loved browsing in this market when I went the Saturday morning of my trip. It’s a really enjoyable experience that activates all of your senses. You can let your eyes, nose, or ears lead the way to stalls with every type of food imaginable,...More

Thank AlexB10499
Reviewed 5 July 2018 via mobile

We thoroughly enjoyed our trip through the market on a Saturday. It was very crowded, but the vast array of booths and food items made the crowds less of a problem. We bought cheese, bread and cookies - worth the drive from Noves.

Thank ronaldh288
Reviewed 18 April 2018 via mobile

Note that the opening times on TripAdvisor are incorrect....the market is Wednesday and Saturday. Great range of food and non-food items...premium prices, but for what seemed good quality. An eclectic range of non-food items...including the most unlikely...several stalls selling mattresses...I’m trying to imagine the circumstances...More

2  Thank kiwitraveller5063
Reviewed 2 March 2018

Such a great market! Cheese, olives, lavender, bread - all kinds of food and more. A beautiful way to spend a late morning, buying ingredients for your next meal or to take home.

Thank Emma H
Reviewed 10 November 2017 via mobile

A great market with all kind of edible and non edible stuff - there is an amazing range of fruit, vegetables, fruits de mer, nuts and other délicatesses. You feel like you take a step back in time, when you walk from one end of...More

1  Thank claratwinding
Reviewed 10 November 2017

The market in Arles is one of my favourite in Provence. It is large, but not overcrowded, so you are not being jostled out of the way all the time. The range of food is a delight, and you should come with an appetite, as...More

Thank Sue V
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23 April 2018|
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Response from CountVernon |
Saturday & Wednesday mornings, with an extended flea market the first Wednesday of the month. Closes around noon. Some vendors are set up by 7:30 am.
Joslyn C
7 February 2016|
Response from boa187147 |
On on saturday ?
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