This is amongst the best markets in southern France held away from major towns and cities. Held every Tuesday, weather permitting, it offers a good range of clothing, kitchenware and bits and pieces along one street. The other street branching off from the memorial to France's war dead (alone worth viewing and contemplating) offers a huge range of foodstuffs. There are many artisanale cheese and smallgoods makers. Vegetable stalls abound with fresh produce at reasonable prices. Poultry, meat, fish, olives, tapenade, charcuterie, paella...you name it, all are available. The major hint for new players, however, is caveat emptor. The stall owners are exceptionally adept at gaining the attention of the passer-by offering samples of the wonderful foodstuffs. As various cheeses or meats etc are offered by the vendor, one can quickly find oneself buying a 30 euro cheese slice. The hint is to ask before committing to purchase. The prices and quality equate but it avoids the unwanted surprise. An aperitif in the square is a welcome distraction amid the busy shopping. La Poste cafe is recommended.
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