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Markets of the Verdon

 

Discovering the savours of the Provence

 

It would not be possible to miss the markets of the Verdon or not to smell all its fragrances that haunt the villages on a daily basis. The Gorges du Verdon are full of small villages with a historical heritage, conducive to relaxation, leisure and outdoor activities. But would it be possible to relax, go swimming or climbing without having tasted good quality products before?  

 

The markets of the Verdon, meeting places for the five senses 


What you need to do in Provence is to visit the local producers' markets which are full of fresh produce and Provencal specialities, and here we have what you need, there are several of them and every day from Tuesday to Sunday morning, in the open air or not for rainy days. 



A friendly and colourful atmosphere will be the order of the day! 
A successful holiday in Provence is not just a visit to the Gorges du Verdon, the region has much more to offer. The local producers of the Verdon will be there to welcome you and make you discover a new facet of the South. You will find alleys full of local, home-made and organic products, enough to fill your baskets! Let's take the opportunity to tell you a little secret... All the dishes on offer at the campsite are made from local produce, sometimes bought on the same markets!

In all these weekly markets, big and small, you can stroll around with your family, taste on the spot or take away and cook your finds. Indeed, you will have the choice between a multitude of fishmongers, butchers, butchers, roasters, merchants selling seasonal fruits and vegetables or dairy products such as local cheeses. You will surely also fall for homemade jams made with fresh products. Let's be honest, who doesn't like strawberry jam?
 

Where to go and when? Here is a list of all the markets in the region

You will find markets every day except Monday mornings.
 

The Aiguines market (10 exhibitors)

Every Tuesday from April 1st to October 15th

This market, selling local fruit and vegetables, is located on the town hall square also called the "allée des Tilleuls" in the centre of the village. 
 

The Cotignac market (50 exhibitors)

Every Tuesday morning.

Selling fruits and vegetables. You will also find a garage sale and antique market.
 

The Gréoux market (130 exhibitors)

Every Thursday morning.

The big Provencal market of Gréoux is organized at the place called the parking des Marronniers. There you will find more than 130 stalls with early-baked products from the short circuit, the best bakers who will sell you an excellent bread baked the same morning and cheese makers offering goat's cheese made with their own hands. Not to be missed if you're in the area. 
 

The market of Lorgues (More than 100 traders)

Every Tuesday morning.

One of the largest markets in the area with traders selling fish, meat, fruit, vegetables, bread and many more. You will also have a wide choice of organic and natural products with a great diversity of products from local producers. A flea market area with utensils, clothes, furniture and other goods will be present. You will find this market in the avenue de Toulon, on the place d'Entrechaux.
 

The market of Riez (about 100 stalls)

Every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
This market is located, allée Louis Gardiol also called place du Quinconce. As large as the one in Lorgues, this market offers a wide range of food: butchers, fruit and vegetables, charcuterie, dairy products with a large majority of local. You will also find other vegetable products. 
 

The Aups market (30 stalls)

Wednesdays and Saturday mornings.
On the Place Frédéric Mistrale, you will find the Aups market, medium sized, but with plenty to fill your baskets. Food and non-food products, you will find good local products.
 

The Aups truffle market

From November 29th to March 28th, Thursdays
Truffle market, the number of stalls is more or less important depending on the season.


The market of Castellane (100 exhibitors)

Every Saturday morning
The big market of Castellane, Place Marcel Sauvaire where you can find everything.
 

The second market of Castellane (40 exhibitors)

Wednesday mornings.
A small food market in Castellane, smaller than the first one but just as delicious.


The market of Salernes

Sundays and Wednesday mornings. The big market of Salernes


The market of Draguignan (100 stalls)

Wednesdays and Saturday mornings
The market place is located
 

Le marché des Salles-sur-Verdon (10 exhibitors)

Thursday morning 
 

 

The Villecroze market (40 exhibitors)

Thursday morning. The market takes place in the place of General de Gaulle.
 

Régusse market (10 exhibitors)

Sunday mornings, place Alexandre Gariel in Régusse.
 

The market of Moustiers 

The market opens its stalls every Friday morning on rue de la Bourgade in Moustiers Sainte Marie.
 

Esparron market (10 exhibitors)

Tuesdays and Fridays, on the Place Hameau du Port, also known as the Corniche des Aires.
 

The Montmeyan market (10 exhibitors)

On Friday mornings, there is a small market on the Avenue du Verdon, also called Place de la Provence. 
 

Valensole market (20 stalls)

Wednesdays and Saturday mornings, Avenue Segond in Valensole. Get ready to spend a pleasant moment, lulled by the scent of lavender that haunts this mauve-tinged village.
 

The market of Bauduen (10 stalls)

The market is the closest to the campsite, it is located at the lake front. Wednesdays and Saturdays mornings.
 

La Palud sur Verdon market

Every Sunday morning on the church square.
 

The market of Vinon-sur-Verdon

Sunday mornings on the course of the small village.

 

Other corners of paradise you must see :

 
Gorges du 
Verdon
Aiguines Aups Sainte croix 
lake
 
 
Bauduen Plateau de
Valensole
The low 
gorges
Moustiers
Sainte Marie
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