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The Dinard outside market surrounds a large building which has permanent stalls of fishmongers, butchers, fruit and vegetable sellers, wine merchants, juice bars, cafes and food counters. The outside market runs three days a week and is full of food, clothing, shoes, hats and goods...More
Don't accept some other reviews this place is bustling and loads of fun. We went to the Thursday market which is the bigger version of the standard one. Cheap silk scarves shoes arts and crafts loads of food and entertainment. Well worth a look. Get...More
We were on a 2 night mini cruise from Portsmouth to St Malo and drove across the barrage over the River Rance to visit this festive market.
We enquired at the tourist office by the beach / bus stops for a map, info and parking...More
Love this market a real example of how well the French live - look out for Garlic man - his strings of garlic are superb and last for ages and look good hanging in kitchen
The permanent indoor market is fabulous too with great range...More
We visited this on a Saturday. It was a huge market selling fresh fruit, veg, fish, meat and a large selection of other things including clothing, shoes and beds! Lots of places to drink and get crepes!
A street market for the bargain hunting type from footwear to shirts .
There's food stalls for all too !! But definitely liked the indoor best the best I've seen on a while tbh live crustaceans to shell fish and more
We travel to Dinard just for the market. The food is great with a wide selection of everything including ethnic spices and Moroccan olives perfect for your tag Ines.
I always buy silk scarves here and my husband likes to buy boating shoes and socks
I went there on a Saturday just before noon in June. Surprisingly, it was not as busy as I imagined it would be. Mostly stalls selling clothes. You'll find shoes, local produces (like honey, arts and crafts), household items, hotdogs (yummy) and even seafood. There's...More