An idyllic place for bargain hunters, offering more than two hundred stalls.
Ready to do some bargaining?
Conjuring up nostalgia, this antique market is an institution in the city which trades every Monday, being the only day of the week that the stalls set up. Located on one of the far ends of Cours Saleya, the market seems like a door that takes you directly into the past, as you'll find all kinds of antiques and objects from other periods that have come back in fashion. This market is a real paradise for treasure hunters and bargain seekers, so practice with your best repertoire, as you'll have to do some bargaining. There are around two hundred stalls that set up on this street to sell old furniture; vinyl records; arts and crafts; decorative objects made of glass and pottery; books, stamps and an endless repertoire that you have to see. You're bound to find something to take back as a souvenir. The Marché à la Brocante is a great plan for before or after going round the main market in the area.