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Used to go all the time years ago. It's changed now its more down market (no pun intended) Lots of Africans selling Chinese stuff. Used to be fruit and veg. Tourists off the cruise ships still go there.
When there's are lots of locals it must be a good market.
Produce, fish and meat, cheese and much more for the locals.
Plenty of tourist stuff too.
Get there early though, by mid afternoon it is packed up.
If the locals shop at their local market, then it must be good - unless, of course, there is nowhere else. In this area of Toulon, the Cours Lafayette is an excellent market, with some wonderful shops alongside and the locals are so lucky to...More
While we didn't stop to buy anything from this lively market, the wide selection of produce looked welcoming and very, very fresh. The prices too appeared to be very reasonable compared to the Mourillon market.
We spent the morning here while our cruise ship was docked in Toulon. Cours Lafayette is a short walk from the pier, and is the site of a lovely outdoor market, which runs for several blocks along this nicely paved, wide, shady boulevard. It is...More