In Brittany, market day means fete day and there is not a town or village that does not hold its own unique type of market. It is worth taking time to explore the markets of Brittany, with their varied seasonal sights, smells and sounds. Discover the much-revered "saucisses galette" (type of Breton crepe) competing for your favour with the Roscoff "audouille fumee" (smoked chitterling sausage), admire fresh oysters displayed alongside coquilles Saint Jacques and select from the best of the fresh quality produce on sale direct from the growers.

Market days in Brittany

Auray Market - Monday morning, Sunday
Baud Market - Saturday
Becherel Market - Saturday morning, 1st Sunday in the month (book market)
Cancale Market - Sunday morning

Concarneau Market - Monday and Friday morning

Dinan Market - Thursday morning
Douarnenez Market - Monday, Wednesday morning, Friday, Saturday morning
Erquy Market - Saturday morning
Fougeres Market - Saturday morning

Guidel market – Sunday Morning

Josselin Market - Saturday morning
Lannion Market - Thursday
Malestroit Market - Thursday morning
Moncontour Market - Monday morning
Port-Louis Market - Saturday morning, Tuesday evenings in July and Aug
Pontivy Market - Monday
Quimper Market - Wednesday, Friday afternoon (organic), Saturday, Sunday morning

Rennes Market - every day except Sunday and public holidays in the central food halls, Saturday morning "aux Lices"
Roscoff Market - Wednesday morning
Saint-Malo Market - Tuesday and Friday mornings
Saint-Pol-de-Leon Market - Tuesday
Treguier Market - Wednesday mornings

Vannes Market- Wednesday and Saturday mornings