Farmers' Markets, Aix-en-Provence

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A visit to the Farmers' Markets can be fun. In general, these markets are held for three days. Such markets are held several times a year. You can find that there is much more to these markets than food being sold. There will many dealers of new clothing in these markets. Almost everything including art work and tourists nick nicks are sold in them. All these dealers will occupy more than a couple of dozen blocks and since the streets of this place are winding, you should carefully remember your way out. During these markets, almost all the French cafes in the surrounding area will be full because many people make it a point to visit this place then. If you plan to stay for a longer period, you can be a part of many fun-filled shopping activities in these markets. Use our Aix-en-Provence trip itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Farmers' Markets and other attractions in Aix-en-Provence.
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Where to stay in Aix-en-Provence

To explore the old town's shops, markets, and bookstores on foot, stay at one of the city's centrally located hotels. Just a short drive from this busy central area are a selection of luxurious villas, surrounded by formal gardens and private swimming pools. Though rather expensive, these elegant mansions provide a convenient base from which to explore the cultured area surrounding the city. For a cheaper alternative, look for private inns and B&Bs on the edge of town.
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  • Dotted around the centre of Aix are several farmers' markets on various days of the week, selling fresh fruit and veg, meat, sausages, fish, herbs, spices, bread, cakes, soap, calissons (the local swe...  more »
  • Aix is a largish city- the largest in Provence- and is surrounded by many agricultural producers as well as markets held in towns throughout the Region. It is the "Granddaddy of markets" and one can g...  more »
  • I have gone to markets in various cities and countries and this one rates up there with the best. Not to be missed.  more »
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  • Picturesque, fun, lots of fresh and local products.
  • The food in France are generally more expensive than in Germany. Not only for this reason, this regional market is preferable to any supermarket. Here goods offered are regional, fresh and taste much better than pre-packed goods. The prices are here totally okay. For example bananas are of course to avoid, because they are only to purchased and not grow in southern France... However this should be any clear, which deals with the region has.
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  • Shame to see side by side with other noble products that suggest that they are also good thing ended up looking like to the tourist all the stands have air ride together not clear that said it's neither products spoiled well nice to spend so this place is beautiful
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  • What better than to make market on a Saturday morning?
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  • very friendly and good provided
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