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Cannes on Monday ( Marche Forville), 60 vendors. ( 8am to 6pm)

Nice on Monday ( Cours Saleya), 180 to 200 vendors. ( 9am -6pm) Some vendors can leave earlier.

Saint Tropez on Tuesday & Saturday ( Place des Lices), 25 to 30 vendors. ( 8:30 am -1pm)

Vence on Wednesday (Place du Grand Jardin) , 20 vendors . ( 7:30 am – 4pm)

Antibes on Thursday & Saturday ( Place Audiberti & Place Nationale), 60 vendors. ( 9am -6pm)

Cannes on Thursday & Sunday ( La Bocca), 20 vendors. ( 8am-5pm)

Grasse on Friday ( cours Honore Cresp) , 30 vendors, 1st Friday of every month. ( 8 am-6pm)

Fontvieille ( Monaco) ( Port fe Fontvieille), 20 vendors. ( 8am -6pm)

Menton on Sunday ( Mail du Bastion, place. F.Palmero)  30 vendors. Second Sunday of the month.

The Cote d’Azur is a world apart when no huge gulf separates weekdays from weekends, unlike other parts of France where flea markets always take place on weekends ( Saturday & Sunday), but in this part of France you can find a flea market to visit almost everyday of the week.

The flea markets of the cote d’Azur include more the decorative rather than the rustic. Most of the wares are very often very good quality and in pristine condition. Even though the markets are quite eclectic in the things they sell are not always intrinsic to this region, a lot of items come from different parts of France.

A few interesting items that I liked , yellow and green glazed dishes and pots from Vallauris, a town near Antibes where Spent some time ( a few years, doing ceramics in the late 1940’s) and also the decorative faience ware from Moustiers-Ste-Marie, in the mountains northwest of Grasse.

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