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Les Halles de Narbonne, Narbonne

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Local producers of all kinds come to Les Halles de Narbonne each morning to sell their best products. With over 70 stalls, the market features butchers, bakers, fishmongers, poultry merchants, wine merchants, green grocers, florists, caterers, and delicatessens. Merchants provide expert advice on how to prepare their products. The market is known for its lively energy, colorful atmosphere, and impressive variety of goods. Plan your Les Halles de Narbonne visit and explore what else you can see and do in Narbonne using our Narbonne family vacation planner.
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  • Browse here any morning, taste some samples, and try to be there for a bite of lunch among the workers, from noon. A visit here makes more sense coupled with the outdoor markets, on Thursday, which ca...  more »
  • A treat, its fish, its butcher shops, bars etc are of les halles in Narbonne where a drink and a bite to eat!
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  • The best time to see it to full performance is starting from the 12, though also is an option cheap for breakfast.
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  • Go to eat at Bebel there. Great cheap food. Meat eater will love the spot. À real show all the way... Unique place. À must see.
  • Typical French market Hall. Worth a visit.
  • Historical market, typical southern france vibe
  • Great market to buy food. If you are buying seafood be sure to ask for the non-farmed seafood (or organic fed), because the local experts say they are fed garbage food and mass farmed in Asia somewhere. Stick with the local, fresh seafood. Lots of great fruits and vegetables too. There are some very nice, small bar/cafe/restaurants where they will get your food fresh from the market and prepare it for you to eat there with an aperitif, wine, beer etc. The prices can vary drastically from one stand to another, so shop around if this is important to you. M
  • For tourists the goods here will cost more