The Basque Markets

It is a real pleasure to walk around a Basque market : colours, local produce, berets, espadrilles, makilas (traditional Basque walking sticks) and wickerwork. The French Basque Country has a very rich culture and gastronomy that you can experience inm the markets.

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  • Anglet : Every Thursday and Sunday morning, Esplanade de Quintaou.
    The covered market of the Halles des 5 Cantons, from Tuesday to Sunday
    In Anglet, discover the Jardins du Refuge market: Tuesday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
  • Ascain : Every Saturday morning, Place Pierre Loti.

  • Bayonne : Every Wednesday morning, Place des Gascons. Every Monday and Saturday morning, all day on Friday and Bank Holiday’s eve, in the Halles. Every Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday morning, carreau des Halles (clothing) and Nive banks (fruits and vegetables). Every Friday morning, Polo Beyris and Place de la République.

  • Biarritz : Every morning, Halles de Biarritz.

  • Bidart : Every Saturday morning, Place de la Mairie.

  • Boucau : Every Saturday morning, Place Gabriel Péry.

  • Cambo les Bains : Every Friday morning, Rue Chiquito.

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  • Ciboure : Every Sunday morning, In front of the Town Hall.

  • Espelette : Every Wednesday morning, Place du Marché.

  • Hasparren : Every Saturday morning, farmer’s market.

  • Hendaye : Every Saturday morning, Place Sokoburu. Every Wednesday morning, Place de la République.

  • Mauléon : Every Tuesday morning, Haute ville. Every Saturday morning, Place du Fronton.

  • St Jean de Luz : Every Tuesday and Friday morning

  • St Palais : Every Friday morning, covered market. Geese and duck Gras Market from November to February.

  • St Jean Pied de Port : Every Monday, all day.

  • Urrugne : Every Saturday morning all year. Every Monday morning in Socoa in July – August.

  • Tardets : Every other Monday during winter. Every Monday morning during summer.

  • Ustaritz : Every Saturday morning, Place du Labourd.

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