We had a lovely visit here starting with a coffee at a salon du the called Sallie Et Sucre at the entrance to the old town. I recommend it for great coffee, but also the nicest toilets you will find anywhere around. (I love france, but despair of their toilet facilities!) we then wandered through the old streets admiring the old, crooked and picturesque buildings. There are some independent and unusual shops to explore too. We were there on a Wednesday and had a great time at the market which is also held on a Saturday. It is a typical French market with lots of fresh food, flowers and a separate covered hall for fish, but also crafts, jewelry, soaps etc for the tourists. It is full of atmosphere and we bought some presents and souvenirs to take home.
There are lots of places to eat, but we went to a boulangerie for a "formule" lunch of a sandwich, cake and drink then walked to the port where we sat looking at the boats in the sunshine. We walked round some of the remaining walls where they have planted amazing gardens in the former moats. We really enjoyed our time in this lovely flower filled city and plan to return to explore some more of it in the future.
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