The markets have survived through the centuries. Their primary purpose has been to simplify the supply of goods to towns and villages, but they have always been a means of keeping up to date with the latest news.
Organised in the heart of the village, around the fishing port, the Markets of Sanary are a true celebration of Provençal culture.
Rhythming local life, these traditional markets are places of discovery, trade and encounters, where everyone is both an actor and a spectator.
Throughout the year, Sanary offers several markets with very distinct characteristics.
The daily market, full of colours and scents, is a hymn to the flavours of the terroir.
The flower market, offers a wide choice of locally grown plants, bouquets and brightly coloured cut flowers every morning.
The fish market, from Tuesday to Sunday, offers a wide variety of seafood and fish, which are as much a feast for the eyes as for the taste buds.
The fishermen's stalls display daily, depending on the weather, the fruits of the day's catch, brought in from a few miles away from Sanary by local fishermen.
The weekly market, elected 1st most beautiful market of France by the televiewers of TF1, takes place every Wednesday morning. The stalls vary according to the seasons, you can find food products or not, in a typically Provencal atmosphere.
The night craft market takes place every evening during the summer season. This quality market honours numerous creative craftsmen who demonstrate their talent.