This is ranked by France's National Council for the Culinary Arts as being one of the country's special markets.
In the shade of pretty striped awnings, hundreds of flowers make eyes at you. It will be hard to resist the multicoloured geraniums, intense mauve fuchsias, dahlias with their anemone-shaped flowers, and the vivid impatiens being sold by the nursery vendors. Anyone strolling by these harmonious floral displays will be able to breathe in the fragrances and enjoy the colourful bouquets, plants and exotic flowers that await them. This is also an ideal opportunity to ask around thirty exhibitors, florists and horticulturists for advice. The market it held every day, from 6 am to 5.30 pm except Mondays, Sunday afternoons and public holidays.