– are a part of every day life in many towns and villages. The markets are generally held in the mornings – one or two days a week and close about 1pm.
The markets are vibrant colourful places that open your senses. Stalls laden with the fresh vegetables, local cheeses, great fish and home produced goodies entice you to fill your shopping bag. Many of the markets also offer a range of other goods from cookware to shoes, and even beds. You will often also often find the surrounding area flourishes into an interesting flea market. My favourite is the spit roasted chicken to be found in the Le Touquet market on a Saturday morning.
The French Christmas Markets in Lille.
Are held from late November until the end of December the Grand Place is transformed by the these magical Christmas markets held in the city each year. Lille’s month long Christmas market is held in the Place Rihour and is particularly popular with the British due the Eurostar connection.
Lille is under 2 hours from Le Touquet, so why not visit the Christmas market and enjoy the delights of Le Touquet by renting one of our villas. Please contact us now To Book.