The market days of Fougéres !

And coming back at you again on the favorite pastime of the French, the marché or market days. This time I bring you to Fougéres, in the dept 35 of Ille et Vilaine again in my lovely Bretagne. The best culinary expression of the best culinary country, France!  This is an update of an older post on one of my favorite subjects in France, the markets! 

The marché or market is held from 8h30 to 12h30, and until 13h in summers at the Place Aristide Briand, Rue Nationale and Place Jean Guéhenno (aka Place du Beffroi) It is held Saturday or on Thursdays mornings at the neighborhood of Cotterêts , a smaller market is held . Either one do not forget to try the traditional galette saucisse !

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Here, the particular geographical location between sea and countryside, offers a variety of products. On the land side, enjoy the capon of Janzé, the andouille, the andouillette or even the pre-salted lamb from the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel. On the sea side, discover Cancale oysters, scallops or Breton lobster. To discover culinary specialties and regional products, why not stroll through the market of Fougéres!

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The city of Fougéres on the markethttps://fougeres.fr/infos-pratiques/marches-hebdomadaires/

The Fougéres tourist office on the markethttps://www.destination-fougeres.bzh/agenda/marche-hebdomadaire-de-fougeres/

There you go folks, another wonderful shopping experience in the market of Fougéres! We have been a couple times to the big market by place du Beffroi and it is wonderful. Hope you enjoy the culinary wonders of my belle France , and especially of my lovely Bretagne.

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all !!!

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