Every neighborhood in Bordeaux pretty much has its ownmarket.
But these few Bordeaux markets are quite iconic. (A map locating each of them is available on the town hall’s website).
St Seurin Market
Since 2011, this market of organic and non-organic producers is located in Place des Martyrs de la Résistance, next to the St Seurin basilica. In the shade of the plane trees, every Friday morning you can find a wide variety of products: organic fruits, vegetables but also local produce and other delicacies… Lovers of good food, you are at home in this Bordeaux market!
Every Sunday, more than sixty stalls gather along the quays of Les Chartrons to let you savour, taste and enjoy Bordeaux specialities and other products that you won’t find anywhere else.
This market is one of the most important Bordeaux, where the atmosphere and good humour are in perfect harmony with the multitude of colours and products.
The stomach of Bordeaux, this is the largest in town. Wander among butchers, bakers, restaurateurs, butchers, chocolatiers, florists, cheese makers, market gardeners, oyster farmers, fishmongers, poultry farmers…
Halles de Bacalan
Since 2015, the Basque company Biltoki (the place that brings people together) has been rehabilitating and modernising the concept of the old halls. After Anglet, Dax, Mont-de-Marsan, Bordeaux welcomes its gourmet hall near the Cité du Vin.
Covering 950 m2, this covered market in the city od Bordeaux gather 23 stalls run by craftsmen, traders and producers – selected for their know-how and complementary skills – focus on short circuits. 85% of the products on offer are of South-Western origin.
Numerous events take place here throughout the year.
The products on offer : two butchers, two fishmongers, a scale, a group of producers, a poultry farmer, a cheese maker, a wine merchant, a truffle grower, a foie gras specialist, two greengrocers, an Italian, a Spanish and a vegetarian delicatessen, an aperitif house, a baker and pastry cook…