The provencal market
Every day in Antibes is a warm celebration. The Provencal market sets out each morning its rich stalls, a festival of fragrances and accents, and offers an infinite diversity of fresh regional produce: delicatessen and cheese from the mountains, specialities, spices and bouquets of cut or dried flowers, the fruit of men’s labour and nature’s generosity.
Jacques the cheesemonger, Dominique the florist, Denis the fisherman, Michel, Marina and Marielle the market gardeners, Tony and his Corsican products… They are all in place every morning (except Mondays from 1st September to 31st May), in the covered hall, cours Masséna, from 6am to 1pm (1.45pm in July & August)
The Craft market
During the afternoon, painters, sculptors of all kinds, ceramists and others artists exhibit their work in the shade of the market hall, cours Masséna.
From September to mid-June, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 3 pm.
From mid-June to the end of September, every day except Mondays
Markets in Antibes
The stallholder markets
At place De Gaulle, on Tuesday from 6 am to 1 pm / on Thursday & on Saturday between 6.30 am and 1 pm
At place Jean Aude, on Wednesday and on Friday between 6 am and 1 pm
Along boulevard Albert 1st, on Thursday from 6.30 am to 1 pm
At Pont Dulys (Juan-les-Pins), on Friday between 6.30 am and 1 pm
At Esplanade Championnet, on Sunday between 6.30 am and 1 pm
At Semboules district, on Saturday between 6.30 am and 1 pm
The flea markets
From 7 am to 5 pm.
At place Audiberti, on Thursday and Saturday.
At place De Gaulle, on Wednesday & on Friday till 31st March
At Pré-des-Pêcheurs, on Saturday till 31st March
On Place Nationale, on Thursday & Saturday from 1st April
On Pine Grove, Juan-les-Pins, on Sunday, from 6th may to 30th September between 8 am and 4 pm
Night markets (craft, art, fashion jewellery…)
In July and August from 6.30 pm to midnight
– Promenade du Soleil at Juan-les-Pins
– Pré-des-Pêcheurs at Antibes
For more info: France Tourism Board