L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue Market, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

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Many antique shops and markets can be found in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue Market, all within walking distance of waterside cafes and restaurants. Keith Floyd, a British TV chef and bon viveur, established a restaurant here. You'll see a series of attractive water wheels throughout the town. Using our online itinerary creator, L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue attractions like L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue Market can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Lots of people, lots of food, lots of antiques, and lots of clothes and lots of fun, all accompanied by the soothing sounds of running water in the river. Our wives bought some beautiful scarves, and....  more »
  • This is one of our favourite Sunday markets - and well worth putting on the list for a visit. Oh yes, there are some of the usual suspects you might have seen in other places (like Uzes on a...  more »
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  • We didn't get to see the market, but this little town is a beautiful place, well worth a visit. We took the train ride which was good to see the place all around, the only downside that there was no explanation in English, only at the end of the tour which is a bit silly. Other than we had a great time there.
  • Went twice: Sunday at about midday and Thursday early morning (8:30am). Sunday gets very very busy and I'd recommend going fairly early, say 10am at the latest. Many more stalls on a Sunday if you can handle the crowds. Don't expect to park close if you arrive late. Thursday is a smaller market with many of the same stalls but fewer antiques. Prices seem lower too, perhaps 10%-20% as we found on saucisson sec, garlic and dresses. Despite the smaller size, there is still plenty going on and well worth checking the stalls out. 'Foodie' cheese stalls and other Provencal crockery and vegetables are abundant. Worth a visit with or without the market though as it's a beautiful town.
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