There are no better markets to visit than the French ones and we have listed some below that you may like to visit, some of the larger towns also have an indoor market Les Halles that are open from Monday to Saturday. Remember that the French do like their lunchtimes and the markets are generally finished by midday. Feel free to ask for directions or just follow the French ladies with their baskets!
Thursday morning, with music in the summer
Monday morning and Friday morning, Wednesday evening Nocturnal market (summer only)
Wednesday and Saturday
LA FORET FOUESNANT/PORT LA FORET
Sunday morning/Tuesday evening from 19.00 with a concert (Summer only)
Saturday morning and Thursday evening market, local produce (summer only)
Shopping in the towns nearby is a pleasant experience (Rob even enjoys shopping here!) as it never seems to get too crowded and there are lots of individual and boutique shops. Some shops will still shut for lunch, but these days this is generally in the smaller towns or villages. If you are hunting for souvenirs and presents to take home then you will find plenty shops selling the local produce, cider, biscuits, crepes etc. and for children the walled town in Concarneau is a great place to pick up little ‘nic nacs’.
If wine is on your list then there are lots of caves close by selling wine at reasonable prices, you can even take your own container to fill up. You will also find the supermarkets have a good range of wines.
We have a a couple of Bio and health food supermarkets nearby that cater for Clients with restrictions in their diet. For example Coeliac’s, the shops stock gluten free products and even gluten free baguettes.