The markets in Bormes les Mimosas and the surrounding area are vibrant and delightful places that showcase the gastronomy and craftsmanship of the region. They are not only a source of fresh local produce but also an opportunity to immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere and experience the Provencal way of life.

The charming markets of Bormes

In Bormes les Mimosas itself, there are several markets that operate throughout the year. The Village Market takes place on Wednesday mornings, offering a variety of goods from local producers and artisans. The Pin Market, which is slightly smaller, is held on Tuesday mornings. Here, you can find an assortment of fruits, vegetables, cold cuts, cheese, honey, poultry, olives, herbs, textiles, and other typical Provencal products. During the summer season, additional markets are added to the schedule. In La Favière, there is a larger market on Saturday mornings, providing an expanded selection of goods. In the evenings, from 6 pm to midnight, night markets are organized in July and August. These markets focus more on crafts rather than food and create a pleasant and festive atmosphere. The night markets are held on Monday evenings in La Favière and on Tuesday evenings in the village !

Anthony Roux

Staff pick ❤️

If you have the opportunity, visiting one of the night markets in Bormes les Mimosas is highly recommended. It’s a fantastic way to spend a summer evening, strolling through the stalls, admiring the crafts, and enjoying the warm ambiance.

Shopping in the area

Marché provençal

For additional shopping options, nearby towns also have excellent markets worth exploring. In Le Lavandou, there is a renowned market with numerous stalls, offering a wide variety of products. This market is particularly notable and has even participated in the “Most Beautiful Market in France” contest organized by TF1. On Sundays, in front of the Lavandou Town Hall, a small organic market takes place throughout the year. During the summer season, night markets are organized in various districts of Le Lavandou, including the city center along the waterfront.

Another market worth mentioning is in La Londe les Maures, which takes place on Sundays throughout the year. This market is vast and offers an array of treasures from Provence.

If you’re willing to explore further, the famous market of Place des Lices in St-Tropez is a must-visit. It takes place every Tuesday and Saturday morning throughout the year and is located in the heart of the village.

Did you find this content useful?