The Périgord Markets are the preferred destination for discerning customers who want to buy local food products.

All year round, our small medieval towns come alive with weekly markets.

During the winter months (November to March) the markets are quieter and the poultry producers, after months of caring for their ducks and geese, come to the markets to sell their fine products. All of which are all controlled by the food standards agencies.

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... the foie gras capital : on Wednesdays (11th November to 31st March) in Place Saint-Louis, at the heart of the old town, you will find more than fifty farmers selling their foie gras. Also on Wednesday, and Saturday, the "traditional" all year round market is held in Place de la Halle at the end of Rue Limogeanne. 
The market is also held on the same days at Place de la Clautre, and in the recently restored covered market where you can find some local savoury dishes. This is where the Périgourdins shop, it is particularly well known for the butchers.


... easily rivals Périgueux; its market is on Saturday morning and in addition to the traditional market, there is a foie gras and truffle market.


... cereals area of the district, every Tuesday and Friday morning, a large number of producers present to the public their fleshy poultry.  


... the local market is held every Thursday morning under the cleverly renovated old Market Hall. Here you will find foie gras and duck breasts. 


... on Tuesday morning, very early, the little town welcomes producers and buyers in the covered market situated in the town hall square. 


... at the doors of Causse truffié and Limousin, a little farmers market come to town every Thursday morning. 


...on Thursday, the farmer’s market is renowned for its duck and goose products. 


... with its charming narrow streets, is even more beautiful on Wednesday and Saturday mornings with its the large local producers market.

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... around it’s cathedral, on Wednesday and Saturday mornings, between vegetables and fruit stalls you can find farm fresh foie gras and good wines for sale.


...the strawberry capital, Vergt comes alive on Friday mornings. In its dedicated duck and goose market hall you can find foie gras, rillettes, confits, magrets, etc...


... every Tuesday morning on the banks of the Vézère, you can buy local products.


... every Monday morning, Tocane-Saint Apre begins the week of markets.


...every Wednesday fairgrounds and farmers share the space along its main street, on the side of the Route National 89.


... the quiet village of Mussidan comes alive every Saturday morning when the farmer’s market opens for business.


... Our little Venice, welcomes you on Tuesday and Friday mornings, when producers and a fairground entertain the town.

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Many other little towns have a farmers market or traditional market each week…for example :

Agonac Saturday, Beaumont du Périgord Tuesday and Saturday, Belvès Saturday, CénacTuesday, Cubjac Friday, Daglan Sunday, Domme Thursday, Eymet Thursday, Issigeac Sunday, Jumilhac Wednesday, La Coquille Thursday, Lalinde Thursday, La Roche Chalais Saturday, Le Buisson Friday, Les Eyzies Monday, Mareuil Tuesday, Monpazier Thursday, Montignac Wednesday and Saturday, Neuvic Tuesday and Saturday, Nontron Saturday, Peyzac le Moustier from June to septembre on saturday morning, Plazac friday afternoon, Piégut Wednesday, Razac Wednesday and Saturday, Rouffignac Sunday, Salignac Eyvigues Tuesday, Sigoulès Friday, Sorges Sunday, St Aulaye Saturday, Saint Astier Thursday, St Cyprien Sunday, St Geniès Sunday, Trémolat Tuesday, Villefranche du Périgord Saturday/