Throughout the year, come and meet local producers in the markets of our Normandy villages. Culinary adventure guaranteed!
Monday is market day in Buchy! And it’s been that way since the 13th century. It is very popular with local people and our regional neighbours and for good reason: it’s one of the last “live” markets in Seine-Maritime where you can find local produce and farm animals. It takes place in market buildings dated from the 17th century, and classified as a Historic Monument since 1934.
Take advantage of your outing in Buchy to visit our Tourist Information Office located opposite the market buildings. Our expert staff can give you some ideas for the rest of your day!
On Wednesday morning in Bosc-le-Hard, the square becomes lively and hosts tens of exhibitors for its weekly market. Continue your day with a cultural visit at the Abbé Pierre – Emmaüs Centre in Eslettes or for foodies, try Quincampoix.
In Quincampoix, the market is a lively place. Every Wednesday afternoon, come and fill up with fresh produce, but not just that! The market is also a meeting place to socialise and spend a nice time between two stalls. It starts at around 3pm and ends at 7pm, which allows a lot of people to visit, even after work.
The Préaux church car park hosts the market from 9am to 12pm every Friday morning. To extend the day, 10 acrobatic courses in the trees are on offer at the Arbr’en Ciel adventure park. A great opportunity to spend as a family or friends!
In Clères, the market takes place on Friday afternoons at the heart of the village in the 18th century market buildings. Once in Clères, don’t miss a visit to this lovely village certified as a Town and City in Bloom. A brochure is available on request at the Tourist Information Office opposite the Park entrance. It’s also an opportunity to visit Clères Park, built around a Renaissance château, recognised for its various bird and botanical species.
To start the weekend with good local fresh produce, there are two options:
In Ry, the market is held every Saturday morning in the town hall’s market buildings. Take advantage of your visit to discover the village which inspired Gustave Flaubert to write Madame Bovary. A brochure is available in the Tourist Office. The village is also signposted with 10 panels which create a link between the novel and built heritage, a self-guided walk which will delight book lovers.
In Montville, for 2 centuries the market has hosted various visitors between 7am and 1pm on Saturdays. Continue your discovery of the town by visiting the Musée des Sapeurs-Pompiers de France (French Firefighting Museum), then visit the leisure centre for a relaxing afternoon.