It is one of the region’s most popular places among visitors and residents. There is a market set up every day of the week where you will find a wide range of fresh regional products. Here is a list of Breton markets.
Take a look at the colourful displays, smell the delicious aromas of fresh local products, fill up with seasonal fruits and vegetables… you cannot come to Brittany without wandering though one of its traditional markets. Wherever you go on holiday, it is so easy to meet local producers and buy fresh regional products such as crepes, galettes, fish, fruits, vegetables, honey, cider and more! Come and taste the wonderful sweeping atmosphere!
Monday mornings: all year around, large regional weekly market.
The city turns into one huge outdoor market. Les Halles as well as neighbouring squares and streets welcome many shopkeepers and local producers from 9am to approximately 1pm (food, clothing, etc.).
Les Halles, the beautiful 16th century covered marketplace, is listed as a Historical Monument and located in the centre of town. It creates a traditional setting for markets and other cultural events throughout the year (concerts, festivals, shows, “fest-noz” regional night festivals, etc.).
Wednesday evenings: all year around, weekly farmer’s market under Les Halles starting from 5pm. During summer, the evening continues with the “Convivi’Halles” musical performance.
Saturday mornings: all year around, a small farmer’s market from 8am to 1pm in the town centre.
Every day in the surrounding area of Pays de Questembert, you will find a market for a pleasant stroll.
Tuesday: Le Guerno * (evening), Damgan *, Arzon, Arradon
Wednesday: Questembert (evening), Vannes, Pénestin*, Ambon* (evening)
Thursday: Malestroit, La Roche Bernard, Sarzeau
Friday: Muzillac, Elven, Séné (organic evening market), Arzal* (evening)
Saturday: Vannes, Damgan, La Gacilly
Sunday: Theix, St Avé, Pénestin, Surzur, Ambon*
* July and August
Take a look at the complete list of Morbihan’s markets.
L’Equicerie is a unique concept and consists of a mobile horse-drawn grocery store (groceries, fruits and vegetables, fresh products, etc.). You can meet up with Violaine and her horse Stourm during their tours in Pluherlin and Rochefort-en-Terre on Friday and Saturday from April to September.
In summer discover the animated tours. The Friday tour will be accompanied by a regional artists (songs, music, etc.).
Violaine also welcomes you to her grocery store located in the town of Pluherlin .
More information http://epicerie-pluherlin.com , please call +33 (0)9 63 02 18 44.
Producers in love with their land grow seasonal products in harmony with nature. Rediscover the real taste of delicious products by going to meet these passionate workers at the markets.