Markets in Provence: Weekly Schedule


When you go to Provence, one of the things you must do is visit the markets. The markets in Provence are an amazing way to experience Provence through all your senses: see the beautiful colors, smell the delicious food, touch the fabrics, soaps, ceramics and so much more, hear the provençal vendors calling your name.

Every town and village has markets, and to make your life easier I’ve made a list of the markets by day.  *This list is by no means exhaustive, but it will give you quite some options! 

lavender in provencal market

Of course, I have a special place in my heart for the market in Aix-en-Provence, because it’s a place that has my heart. Also, it is one of the biggest and prettiest I’ve been to.


Boulbon  Place Gille Léontin


Fontvieille  Allée des Pins

Isle sur la Sorgue, brocante 

Saintes Maries de la Mer  Place des Gitans



Aix-en-Provence, Cours Mirabeau 

Eyguières (25km ) Place des Frères Roches

Gordes (40km) 

Tarascon (12 km) Centre Ville

Saint Rémy de Provence Place de la Mairie et Avenue de la Résistance, July/August and early September only: Evening Summer Handcraft market, 7:00pm/midnight


Mollégès (11km) le cours

Mouriès (16km) Parking de l’Europe

Orgon (17km) Place Albert Gérard

Saint Rémy de Provence Place de la mairie et place de la république Grand Marché Provençal
Aix-en-Provence, Cours Mirabeau 
Aureille (19km) Place de la Fontaine
Maillane (6km) Place de l’ Eglise
Maussane les Alpilles (9km) Place Henri Giraud

Noves (14km) Place Jean Jaurès

Eygalières –  Place Marcel Bonein
Eyragues – Place de la Libération
Fontvieille – Allée des Pins
Graveson  – Cours National
Saint-Andiol – Place de la mairie
Saint Martin de Crau – Centre ville
Tarascon – Place du marché – bio




Aix-en-Provence, Cours Mirabeau 

Arles  Boulevard des Lices et Clémenceau
Pernes les fontaines 

Saint Rémy de Provence, Place de la République 


Chateaurenard  Centre ville
Isle sur la Sorgue 
Plan d’Orgon  Place de la République
*Last updated July 2017, subject to change at the discretion of municipalities
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Diana Limongi
Diana a mom, activist, nonprofit professional, podcaster and writer from Queens, NY. She writes about motherhood, activism, raising my multilingual kids, culture and travel. She and her multicultural family live in Queens, NY.

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