Saturday Market in Bayeux

Every Saturday morning, rain or shine, la Place Saint Patrice, which serves as a parking lot during the rest of the week, transforms into a bustling weekly market. The entire perimeter of the square is taken up by food –  local cheese producers and large trucks selling fromage from all over France; Normandy cider and Calvados producers offer samples of their products; local fruit and vegetable growers and organic farmers set up long tables. You will find fresh seafood trucks offering an array of Normandy seafood and others with just one item such as local mussels or petit gris, and at one end of the market there are live poultry and rabbits for sale. There are vendors selling wine, bread, charcuterie, cut flowers, herbs and plants for the garden, prepared food such as pizza, paella, choucroute de la mer, sweet and savory crêpes, even spicy samosas and curry made by a woman who comes from the Reunion Islands. In the center of the square you will find new and used books for sale, seasonal clothing, shoes and slippers for men, women and children, jewelry and scarves, pottery, handbags and market baskets.

Practical Information

Address: Place Saint Patrice, 14400 (in Bayeux)
Open: Saturdays only
Website

Additional Images

Cider for sale (Photo: Jennifer Greco)
Cider for sale (Photo: Jennifer Greco)
Confiture du lait (photo: Jennifer Greco)
Confiture du lait (photo: Jennifer Greco)
Camembert at the market (photo: Jennifer Greco)
Camembert at the market (photo: Jennifer Greco)
Fresh seasonal produce (photo: Jennifer Greco)
Fresh seasonal produce (photo: Jennifer Greco)
Seafood stand (photo: Jennifer Greco)
Seafood stand (photo: Jennifer Greco)
Bulots (photo: Jennifer Greco)
Bulots (photo: Jennifer Greco)

 

 

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