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Les Halles de Narbonne, Narbonne

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Local producers of all kinds come to Les Halles de Narbonne each morning to sell their best products. With over 70 stalls, the market features butchers, bakers, fishmongers, poultry merchants, wine merchants, green grocers, florists, caterers, and delicatessens. Merchants provide expert advice on how to prepare their products. The market is known for its lively energy, colorful atmosphere, and impressive variety of goods. Use our Narbonne trip maker tool to visit Les Halles de Narbonne on your trip to Narbonne, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Top notch produce, from fruit and veg through to extensive fresh fish counters. If you like fresh produce markets this will be hard to beat and is open every day from 07:00 to 14:00. Very French... 
    Top notch produce, from fruit and veg through to extensive fresh fish counters. If you like fresh produce markets this will be hard to beat and is open every day from 07:00 to 14:00. Very French...  more »
  • Wonderful selection. Lovely atmosphere. We have had a great time visiting it during our stay. Sadly, the stallholder at Oh! Saveurs es Terroirs tried to short change us by 40 euros and as we had... 
    Wonderful selection. Lovely atmosphere. We have had a great time visiting it during our stay. Sadly, the stallholder at Oh! Saveurs es Terroirs tried to short change us by 40 euros and as we had...  more »
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  • I have visited Markets all over the world, and this one in Narbonne is as good as any I have found. In a historic Market building it has everything you might need from seafood to exotic spices and anything to fill your grocery basket. As well there are stalls where you can get a drink and lunch. It is at times crowded, and when we visited there were no COVID restriction in place or masks being worn.
  • A beautiful building to house the indoor market. The market was mainly food stalls and bars to have coffee, alcohol and lunch. We were hoping to find non food stalls too. Toilets just outside open at same hours as market, but not suitable if you have mobility issues as down stairs, but they were beautifully clean

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