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St Remy Market
If you have never been to a French village market – and St. Remy is more of a town than a village – this market, or something similar in another town, is a must. If you are thinking this is similar to...More
What a treat! Don’t miss this one! Every local meat and cheese and veg imaginable, with a fabulous atmosphere! On the other side of the street - on another square - there are fabrics and linens and clothes and bags. All excellent quality!
The market in St. Rémy is also one of the very nice, large, markets that have been awarded the Golden Parasol award by the Committee to promote markets in the Provence. It is an upscale market that caters more in the direction of the tourists....More
Having lived in France for 14 years and being spoiled by an excellent local market (Prades, Pyrenées Orientales) we had high hopes for this market. It definitely delivered, and being set around not only the market square but up and down several streets with lovely...More
Have been to St. Remy MANY times- the market is the best in all of south France and I have been to a few. The people selling on the market can regocnize you when you come back... I was the "danish lady"... go visit .....More
I can’t stress enough that you need to get there early. It is super busy and parking is tricky if you don’t. There is a huge range of delicious food on offer with vendors being very friendly and helpful. Worth a visit
Spent a lovely morning here - get here early, as close to 9am as possible and park in the Place Ch de Gaulle (think that was the name - D5 & D99 roundabout) and walk up; there is no other easy parking.
Lots of local...More
This is one of the Provencale markets that is well worth visiting, although it is not as good as Lourmarin and Gordes. Set up on a Wednesday morning in the streets of St Remy, it has a wide selection of French, home grown foodstuffs (...More
The markets take over a lot of the town and despite the crowds, it is easy to walk along past stalls, chatting to very friendly vendors and sampling the foods.
The quality is very good for almost all things, and certainly the food.
Large market in the heart of St. Remy, featuring the expected array of colorful produce as well as clothing, soaps and lotions, artwork, jewelry, fresh meats, prepared foods, and the most beautiful display of olives I have ever seen. Unless you are on a mission...More
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The market occupies much of the town centre. If you start near the Place de la Republic, you'll see many stall holders there and then follow through and around the town as you shop and enjoy! The heart of the market may be... More
The market occupies much of the town centre. If you start near the Place de la Republic, you'll see many stall holders there and then follow through and around the town as you shop and enjoy! The heart of the market may be considered the Place de la Mairie, where there is a square, and more market stalls. You can't miss it!