The markets of Antibes

Open to the sea, leaning against the wooded valleys and mountains of the Préalpes d’Azur, Antibes is as much a famous seaside resort as a city with a strong identity, anchored on a history of several millennia. The food and handicraft markets allow you to discover Antibes in a different way, to get acquainted with a very rich soil and a craft industry based on creativity and ancestral know-how.

The provençal market

This market carries all the authenticity of the South of France, with its flavors and colors, its accent and its good mood. Market gardeners offer seasonal fruits and vegetables, bursting with sunshine, producers from the nearby mountains sell their cheeses and charcuteries, local craftsmen display their specialties and let you taste jams, sweets, olive oils, wines… Florists also remind you, on the Provencal market, that Antibes is located not far from Grasse, famous all over the world for its perfumes and flowers.

  • Days: Tuesday to Sunday morning (every day in June, July and August).
  • Address: Hall of the Masséna course

The craftsmen’s market

The French Riviera welcome many artists. It is also a land of craftsmanship with a great wealth of know-how, with craftsmen who know how to combine tradition and modernity, precision and audacity. Discover in the afternoon, in the hall of the Cours Masséna, painters, sculptors, ceramists and many other artists who have come to share their original creations with you.

  • Days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 3:00 pm (end of September to mid-June), Tuesday to Sunday inclusive from 3:00 pm (mid-June to end of September).
  • Address: Hall of the Masséna course (Old Town)

Night Markets in Antibes and Juan-les-Pins

In the summer, the stalls of fairgrounds, designers, craftsmen and shopkeepers invite themselves in the evening on the quays of Port-Vauban or on the Promenade du Soleil in Juan-les-Pins. Discover jewelry, arts and crafts, gift ideas and souvenirs to take home a little bit of your vacation in the sun.

  • Days: In July and August in the evening
  • Address: Pré-des-Pêcheurs in Antibes and Promenade du Soleil in Juan-les-Pins

The night markets attract numerous tourists and the residents of Antibes for a pleasant evening of strolling and shopping.

Fairgrounds and street markets

Several fairground markets are organized in the different districts of Antibes throughout the year. You will find foodstuffs, clothing and ready-to-wear accessories, toys and various items for the home.

On the Place De Gaulle, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in the morning.

  • On the Jean Aude beach, Wednesdays in the morning
  • On boulevard Albert 1er, Thursday mornings
  • At the Pont Dulys, on Friday mornings
  • In Les Semboules, Saturday morning
  • On the Esplanade Championnet, on Sunday mornings

Regardless of the day of the week, you will find a market in Antibes!

Flea markets and antique markets

Flea markets provide an opportunity to make great deals while discovering vintage items for decoration or a retro look. The Antibes flea market welcomes you on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday. You can find numerous antique items such as porcelain, crystal objects, lighting fixtures, silverware, and antique books.

  • Thursday and Saturday: Place Nationale from 6:00 am to 4:30 pm
  • Friday: Place de Gaulle from 6:00 am to 4:30 pm

You can also discover an antique market on Sundays from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm from May to September.

Practical information

We have selected for you remarkable markets in Antibes, without aiming at exhaustiveness. The information given on locations, dates and times are given as an indication and may be modified. You can contact the Antibes and Juan-les-Pins Tourist Office for further information.

Tourist Office of Antibes – Juan les Pins

The most beautiful markets of the Alpes-Maritimes :

Also discover :