Rue des halles
85100 LES SABLES D'OLONNE
Located on the site of the little old cemetery of Les Sables d'Olonne, the first market place dates from
1810. The 'Baltard pavilion' style as we now know it was conceived by the Les Sables architect, Charles Smolski, in 1890. 'Les Halles' were renovated a century later preserving the original architectural style of the building. It is now a very popular food market.
Set off on a journey of discovery of the local markets and sample all their savoury delights, including our famous tangy sea-fresh delicacies such as sole, sardines from Les Sables, oysters, salt, samphire,. not forgetting our other local produce: mogette beans, Vendée ham, sweet new potatoes, and our delicious local wines: white; red and rosé. Enjoy your meal!!!
Market open all year round 8 a.m.-1 p.m. except Mondays off-season.
Open all year
Location of the place