The Venice of Provence, at the entrance to the Etang de Berre, is a dynamic city with a strong personality. The authentic and generous markets of Martigues allow you to immerse yourself in the heart of a Provence between land and sea.
The Jonquière Market
The city’s largest market welcomes nearly 140 fairgrounds twice a week in the historic center of Provencal Venice. The stalls of market gardeners, fishmongers, cheese makers, butchers and local producers offer fruits and vegetables, fish and meat, cheeses, oils, aromatic herbs, condiments and many other specialties. The fairgrounds also sell all kinds of articles and you will find clothing, ready-to-wear accessories, jewelry, items for the home or kitchen…
Twice a week, this market organized near the beach of Ferrières hosts stalls where many foodstuffs are lined up. You will be able to discover the tasty fruits and vegetables of Provence, and many other regional specialties, before a visit of the historical center or a moment of relaxation with your feet in the water.
Days: Thursday and Sunday morning
Address: Place des Aires, Martigues
The Couronne-Carro market
The city of Martigues extends to the beaches of the Côte Bleue. All year round, a food and fairground market is organized in the districts of La Couronne and Carro. Many exhibitors sell food and local products, as well as clothing, fabric and household linen, bazaar items and many other surprises.
Days: Wednesday and Saturday morning
Address: Village square (La Couronne) and Fasciola parking lot (Carro)
The information on this page is provided for your information only. Dates and locations are subject to change. You can contact the Tourist Office of Martigues to discover the agenda of the next events.
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