Market Saturday morning
Arles - Boulevards des Lices et Clémenceau - Weekly market - Le samedi matin - Free
One of the most beautiful markets of Provence. It stretches for two kilometres and is full of smells and colours. There is everything: fruit and vegetables, cheese, flowers and spices, meats and fish, honey, all fresh and regional products, but also clothes and shoes. Take the time to stroll and to taste before buying. There are also on the esplanade a farmers market which brings together many organic producers, offering vegetables and fruit, rice, bread, honey,...Caution: If Saturday is a holiday, it is advanced on the eve.
No admission charge
Information provided by OT Arles
Place De la République
Boulevards des Lices et Clémenceau
- 04 90 49 36 36
Where to stay
Nearby Arles, Camargue, Alpilles and Provence. Easy road access. Bus nearby. Free parking. Close to small neighborhood businesses. Located 2km from the city centre and 1.5 km of the Luma Foundation. The countryside to the city, free parking!Three guest rooms to rent in charming, with flowery…
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Things to do
Primatiale Saint Trophime
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Where to eat
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