There are markets everywhere in Brittany. All the towns and even some of the small villages around here have at least one a week and it`s possible to go to a different one every day. The nearest is at Guer then Ploermel, Malestroit, Josselin, St Malo de Beignon, Maure de Bretagne, Plelan le Grand, La Gacilly, Questembert, Redon, La Roche Bernard; and that just to name a few...
The markets often concentrate on fresh food that is locally produced, reared or caught. There`s bread, cheese, fish, meat, chickens -dead and alive- flowers, fruit and veg. They also sell clothes and kitchen equipment. There always seems to be a hot crepe stand where you choose your filling and eat it on the hoof. Don`t forget the local speciality..... the seafood
A definite recommendation is the `roti de porc or poulet` stall. Here you buy whole chicken or a joint of beef perfectly barbecued and red hot. The taste is fantastic. You can also have side orders of steaming hot potatoes and onions. It's all served in a special bag for you to take home to eat when you want to
At the bottom of the page is a list of of all the market days in Brittany