Traditional French markets – day and night
One of the great joys of your écovallée yurt holiday is that there’s a traditional French market in a nearby town or village almost every day of the week. The closest are:
Tuesday – Beaumont
Wednesday – Cadouin
Thursday – Lalinde
Friday – Le-Buisson-de-Cadouin
Saturday – Bergerac, Lalinde
These markets are not just for fresh fruit, veg, meat and fish. You will also find pre-cooked food, traditional baskets, clothes, books, plants, and almost anything else you can think of.
Throughout the summer, local villages and towns also hold regular “marchés nocturnes”. These typically have a good choice of locally produced food, wine and beer, and a live band playing from about 8.00pm. Seating is at long trestle tables and seasoned night-market visitors take their own crockery and cutlery.
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