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The building is lovely. A bell epoch dedicated market space.
The outside stalls around the walls feature local stuff and are cheaper.
Inside , the atmosphere is terrific but the goods on offer are top end and pricey.
That said the wine shop and deli...More
Very pretty and picturesque marche' with both French and Italian vendors. Fresh produce, however quite expensive especially if compared to the covered market in Ventimiglia which is larger and cheaper. I recommend Socca, the typical French snack of the region, made of chickpeas and which...More
This is just another Mediterranean market along the coast. The one thing that made it a little bit different than all the others though was the indoor section. It has the little specialty fromage, viande, legumes, fruits, patisserie, poisson, boulangerie.. shops etc. it would be...More
I'm lucky enough to visit Menton a few times a year. We probably spend more time here than anywhere else in town! The market hall is a lovely building. It houses plenty of stalls offering a wide selection of produce, great quality, not always cheap....More
A small food market in a beautiful historical building, full of fresh products of the French Riviera: fruit and vegetables, cheese, meat and seafood. I bought every morning some fresh fruit here for a healthy snack during day.
If you go to Menton you must visit the Marche dea Halles, especially when the sun is rising or falling, you will enjoy the amazing view of the open sea with all the lights from up, boats, birds, the rocky coast, everything is like a...More
The Marche des Halles is a wonderful building (renovated in the past year) that houses a spectacular assortment of fresh vegetables, meat, cheese, and seafood. There is always a good crowd inside purchasing their fresh products. Most of the vendors speak English, Italian, and French....More
On Friday mornings in the summer there is a flea market/antique market across from the Marche. You can haggle or not. Bon chance!
Lots of fabulous silver, funky jewellery and china in addition to furniture, books and some records.
Lots of fun!