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The markets of Bordeaux Métropole

If you come by the Marché des Capucins, you’ll see it stalls overflowing with a wide range of flavoursome specialities to taste on the spot or to take away. Why not enjoy a seafood platter at Chez Jean-Mi or a veggie brunch at Café Laiton? Unless you prefer to go on the quayside at the Chartrons open-air market to savour oysters from Arcachon Bay, tricandilles (grilled pork tripe with garlic) or grenier médocain (a local variety of andouille sausage), while admiring the Garonne River. Alternatively, you can visit the Halles de Bacalan, opposite the Cité du Vin, home to some thirty local producers. Local truffles, oysters, foie gras, organic and vegetable delicatessen... Enough to delight your taste buds!

 

THE CAPUCINS MARKET IN BORDEAUX

The largest market in Bordeaux, the Marché des Capucins is the result of centuries of history perpetuating the tradition of local food markets. Nicknamed the “Ventre de Bordeaux” (the Belly of Bordeaux), the market offers a wide array of fresh quality products.

Les marchés de Bordeaux métropole (Capucins) ©Picsol.jpg
©Picsol

 

  • Number of stalls: 95
  • Place des Capucins, 33800 Bordeaux
  • Tuesday to Sunday from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm.

 

THE QUAI DES CHARTRONS MARKET IN BORDEAUX

Every Sunday, more than sixty stalls gather along the quayside at Les Chartrons. Take the time to discover, taste, and enjoy Bordeaux specialities and other local products that you won’t find anywhere else.

Les marchés de Bordeaux métropole (Chartrons) ©Steve Le Clech Photos.jpg
©Steve Le Clech 

 

  • Number of stalls: 67
  • Quai des Chartrons, 33000 Bordeaux
  • Sundays from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm for food, and from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm for catering, crafts, flowers...

 

THE ROYAL OR SAINT-MICHEL MARKET IN BORDEAUX

Every Saturday, the Marché Royal (also called Marché Saint Michel) gathers the stalls of food and non-food vendors. Wandering through this colourful and scented market is always a delightful experience. Seasoned traders offer a wide choice of quality products.

Les marchés de Bordeaux métropole (Saint-Michel) ©Teddy Verneuil - @lezbroz.jpg
©Teddy Verneuil

 

  • Number of stalls: 100
  • Place Duburg et Quai des Salinières, 33000 Bordeaux
  • Saturday from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm.

 

THE ROCHEFORT MARKET IN GRADIGNAN

Much frequented by the inhabitants of Gradignan and those of the neighbouring communes, the Rochefort market welcomes about fifty stallholders offering quality food products, flowers, as well as clothing.

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©Ville de Gradignan

 

  • Number of stalls : 55
  • Rue de Rochefort, 33170 Gradignan
  • Saturday morning from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.

 

THE MARKET IN LORMONT

Situated under the Aquitaine bridge, the market of Lormont is a supply market looking out directly onto the banks of the Garonne. From the city centre of Bordeaux, the market is accessible via a Bat3 river shuttle. 

 Les marchés de la métropole (Lormont)

 

  • Number of stalls: 7
  • Place Aristide Briand, 33310 Lormont
  • Le samedi de 8h à 13h

 

THE MARKET IN BASSENS

The market of Bassens is Bordeaux Métropole’s largest market in terms of number of stalls. It gives priority to quality food stalls and the complementarity of products.

  • Number of stalls: 150
  • Place de la Commune de Paris, 33530 Bassens
  • Every Sunday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.

 

THE “MARCHÉS DES PRODUCTEURS DE PAYS”

Exclusively made up of producers, the “Marché des Producteurs de Pays” (Local Producers’ Market) showcases the excellence of local know-how. You will be able to taste the region’s best gastronomic specialities in a friendly atmosphere while enjoying musical entertainment.

This market also exists in other communes of Bordeaux Métropole:

  • Bruges
  • Mérignac
  • Pessac
  • Talence
  • Bègles