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We'd been to the pretty little town a few times during the week and it always seemed very quiet but on Sunday it just came alive with the market. Lots of little streets around the market place become very busy and a reasonably good selection...More
Saint-Antonin is a delightful well preserved medieval village in Tarn et Garonne. The market, Sunday morning is lively and full of terrific items to buy. You will find all kind of food, cheese, olives and spices but also clothes and pottery. Walking around was very...More
Have been visiting this market for past 15 years or so. Has become much busier and more commercialised with plenty of stalls for the tourists but still retains it basic fruit, veg, meat and cheese stalls. Gets very busy and parking has become a real...More
We dropped by St Antonin en route to Cahors, on a Sunday morning during our recent holiday in the area. We were keen to visit since watching the wonderful movie “The Hundred Foot Journey” few years ago, which was extensively shot here.
Because of the...More
One of the best markets I've visited. If your looking for fresh vegetables and local produce the market has everything. Was nice to see local getting their weekly supply of goods and how friendly everyone was with each other. A great little market!
It was very busy on a Sunday in October at the market. Nice market, not the best French market by far but it was busy and lots of atmosphere there.
St Antonin is a pretty place in a nice riverside setting best suited for a...More
It is difficult to park for the Sunday market at St Antonin and as everyone in the area in August seems to go, the streets are very crowded and circulation is difficult especially mid morning. By midday it is easier to circulate. Meat and cheese...More
This is a busy and colourful outdoor market that takes over the market square and many of the side streets in the village. On advice of friends, we arrived early and parked on the south side of the river (along the Route Marsac), walking back...More
the approach to st. ant (as its know locally) is either along the valley road to the south but the best view is to come from the north side where the sweeping cliffs can be seen dramatically towering over the village. Get there early for...More
We happened upon the Sunday market when arriving for a visit to this beautiful village. Many shops and art galleries were open, even in the off-season. The market was lively. We found delicious and fresh produce and eggs as well as other wonderful local treats....More