On Friday morning, Thiers market (44 stalls) is composed of more than 60% food stalls with a majority of fruit and vegetable vendors, including some local producers. Sellers of dairy products, poultry, fish, meat, cold meats and oysters are the market’s trump card. A crêpe seller and baker complete the range of products on offer. Highly original, you might even meet a reupholsterer. In Bléville, food products far outweigh flowers, gifts, gadgets, textiles, leather goods, etc. There is a confectionery stand and a herbal tea plant vendor.
Notice to market fans! On the 43 stalls of the Sainte Cécile market, local producers occupy a prominent place. Les Halles market on Sunday morning is also a place to meet friends for a coffee on one of the many terraces that open onto the square. In addition to the standard offer, you can buy small dishes prepared by Caribbean, Italian and other caterers.