Aurélie Tiercin
A way of life

The local markets

Probably the oldest way to trade, markets are a must have for any city centre. More than ever, they attract both locals and tourists who wish to favour regional produce.

Monday

morning

  • Saint-Quay-Portrieux 
    At the harbour, Quai Robert Richet
    more than 80 stalls

Tuesday

morning

  • Binic - Etables-sur-Mer
    Place de l'Eglise and rue Touroux
    15 to 20 stalls
  • Quintin
    City centre
    30 to 80 stalls

Wednesday

morning

  • Saint-Brieuc
    Place de la Résistance and Place du Martray
    more than 80 stalls

Thursday

morning

  • Binic-Etables-sur-Mer
    Place le Pommelec and rue Joffre
    more than 80 stalls
  • Ploeuc-L'Hermitage
    Place Louis Morel
    15 to 30 stalls

Thursday

afternoon

  • Plédran
    Rue des écoles
    organic market - from 4pm to 7:30pm (winter hiatus)

Friday

morning

  • Ploufragan
    City centre
    10 to 30 stalls
  • Saint-Quay-Portrieux
    Place de l'église and rue Jeanne d'Arc
    50 to 80 stalls

Saturday

morning

  • Saint-Brieuc
    Place de la Résistance and Place du Martray
    more than 100 stalls

Sunday

morning

  • Binic-Etables-sur-Mer 
    Place Place de l'Eglise and rue Touroux
    15 to 20 stalls
  • Plérin
    Rue du Commerce
    60 stalls
  • Saint-Brieuc 
    Parking du C.C. Croix Saint-Lambert
    30 to 80 stalls
  • Yffiniac
    Rue des Ecoles
    10 to 30 stalls

Market ambiance

A local market is a weekly rendez-vous. Whatever the weather, people come for both the good local produce and the friendly ambiance. They wave at each other, meet friends, chat with the sellers…

Markets in the Saint-Brieuc bay are no exception and the quality of our farms makes it even more an unforgettable experience.

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Seasonal produce

Follow the seasons and their iconic produce: oysters, lobsters, mussels, scallops or artichokes, potatoes and strawberries… Find something tasty at the market all year round.

Our specialty

Find it at any season. It is the perfect snack to get on a Breton market. We are talking about what is considered to be the Breton hot dog: the famous galette-saucisse!

It simply is a scrumptious pork sausage rolled into a Breton buckwheat pancake. Simple, but so tasty!

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Mon 13
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06:24
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12:05 coef. 066
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18:47
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Tue 14
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00:28 coef. 058
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07:10
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12:57 coef. 051
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19:46
Wed 15
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01:36 coef. 045
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08:19
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14:22 coef. 042
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21:15
Thu 16
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03:21 coef. 043
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10:01
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16:11 coef. 046
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22:53
Fri 17
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04:59 coef. 052
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11:34
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17:32 coef. 058
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Sat 18
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00:10
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06:07 coef. 066
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12:41
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18:30 coef. 072
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Sun 19
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01:08
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06:59 coef. 079
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13:33
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19:18 coef. 084
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