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Marché aux Fruits et Légumes

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Marché aux Fruits et Légumes

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Place Richelme, 13100, Aix-en-Provence France
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Razorfish wrote a review Feb 2020
Little Rock, Arkansas3,228 contributions725 helpful votes
My wife and I went to the farmers market during our two day stay in Aix. It is a great market with a wide variety of products. It is amazing that all the vendors were set up early in the morning and gone by midday. One of my favorite purchases was a leg of duck confit, which I enjoyed at lunch on the rooftop terrace of our Airbnb apartment.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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westy54 wrote a review Aug 2019
Sydney, Australia6,503 contributions964 helpful votes
This market is great in that it is open daily and it is a producer's market. You can get all range of fruit and vegetables that are in season as well as eggs, honey, olive oil plus other locally produced foodstuffs. We visited here every day when we were in Aix-en-Provence to buy beautiful looking fruit and berries at very reasonable prices.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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YTCHENG wrote a review Aug 2019
Hong Kong, China15,493 contributions1,190 helpful votes
The local farmers' market at Place Richelme was traditionally open on a daily basis in the morning. There were variety of food items for sale, particularly vegetables, fruits, flowers and freshly-made breads. A nice place to stroll around during our visit in Aix.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Sue M wrote a review Nov 2018
Williamsburg, Virginia1,244 contributions652 helpful votes
Apparently the Farmer's Market at Place Richelme is open every day - we were there on a Monday. According to the tour guide, this farmer's market has been in existence for hundreds of years. Too bad we were just in town for the morning and not staying in Aix-en-Provence. Produce and products looked so fresh and delicious!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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on_the_go_98765 wrote a review Sep 2018
Tucson15,626 contributions1,522 helpful votes
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I have wracked my brain, reviewed my notes and pictures, consulted sources and guides, and cannot (for the life of me) figure out why there are two different descriptions for this one function at this one location. Place Richelme is only so big. Old Town is small. The all-encompassing mega-market is pretty much the only game in town. And it is a big one. Both these markets (Farmer's Market and Le Grande Market) take place on Place Richelme. Yup, that's right; one big carnival of food, clothing, and accessories but it is all happening here. This "farmer's market" aka "the grand marche" is one and the same! Who knew? It all took place outside our luncheon group stop at the Bastide du Cours Restaurant. This market is one super-fun and energized street scene. Two musical groups were providing top notch performances for any coins thrown into their hats. Locals made their way through our tourist-haze-maze with dogs in tow, carts at the ready, and missions to be accomplished. Language being what it is, sometimes "Farmers Market" translates to "Le Grand Marche" depending on who it is saying words in their language. Viva la difference! Or something like that.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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