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Le Marche d'Arles, Arles

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4.2/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
If shopping for various exotic items from huge number of stalls and shops is part of your travel plans, Le Marche d'Arles in Arles is a must-visit destination for you. This flea market runs along the entire stretch of the city. You will find a great many shops selling various products of interest. While you will get cheese of different varieties, exotic spices are also available in plenty. Moreover, seafood like catfish and others is also sold in these shops. Once you visit this market, you will keep on visiting it repeatedly, such is its attraction. To visit Le Marche d'Arles and other attractions in Arles, use our Arles trip itinerary maker.
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  • Whatever you do, try to make sure you’re in Arles for the Saturday market. The stalls on the Boulevard des Lices near the Boulevard Emile Combes range from clothing to knives to makeup to cooking uten...  read more »
  • This unique market we came especially in Saturday morning. For the market overlap a street area of the city, so the sooner you arrive at market, the closer you can park your car. We from Cavaillon came only in 8-45 and us unspeakably lucky-lifted before us one place all parking and the nearest space under the Sycamore trees were scored by machines. Market Duffel smoothly into the grocery, which is interesting-there are so many different MEALS that boggles the mind. Oysters on 4.20 breaking, giant avocados on 1.5, hefty White peaches filled with sunny juice and home-made sausages, oh these sausages. Smells škvorčaŝih grilled chickens and sausages, paella pans on giant fuming utykannaâ mussels and giant prawns, aromas of spices and seasonings, soft cheeses and all kinds of vegetables. Highly recommend getting right here with grilling sausages, roasted small potatoes in their skins, buy freshly baked bread and the vsemp breakfast! We did-well, so tasty!
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  • My advice for anyone interested in the Arles market is to go early. We went on a Wednesday, arriving shortly before 11. The first half of the market (closest to Bvld des Lices) was mostly housewares a...  read more »
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