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Markets day and night near Manoir du Suquet

Updated: Jul 12

At Manoir du Suquet, we believe that immersing yourself in the local culture is one of the most enriching parts of any travel experience. One of the best ways to do this is by visiting the bustling markets in the surrounding region. From fresh farm produce to antique treasures, these markets offer a glimpse into the heart of the Dordogne. Here's your guide to the vibrant markets near Manoir du Suquet, organized by day of the week.

I have listed the towns in order of distance from Manoir du Suquet. I have included a couple of markets that are over 1 hour away, but they are special and worth the visit.



Mondays are a bit quieter, offering a perfect opportunity to relax and prepare for the market adventures ahead.



  • Beaumont du Périgord: Start your week with a visit to this charming market.

  • Castillonnès: Enjoy a morning stroll through the general market, perfect for finding a variety of goods.

  • Eymet: During July and August, the evening market in Eymet is a delightful experience, featuring local produce and crafts under the summer sky.



  • Beaumont du Périgord – Antique Market: Discover unique antiques and vintage items.

  • Villereal: A traditional market with a lively atmosphere.

  • Cadouin – Place de l’Abbaye: Explore the historic surroundings while enjoying the market offerings.

  • Bergerac – Place du Marché Couvert: Explore this covered market for a wide selection of local products.

  • Belvès – Morning Market: Perfect for early risers looking for fresh produce.

  • Belvès – Night Market: Experience the charm of Belvès under the stars.

  • Périgueux: Visit the markets at Place du Coderc, Place de la Clautre, and Place de la Mairie for fresh farm produce in the morning.



  • Issigeac - Night Market - A must for anyone staying at Manoir du Suquet

  • Lalinde: Every Thursday morning from 08:00 to 12:30, this market is a local favorite.

  • Cadouin – Night Market: Enjoy the night market atmosphere in this picturesque setting.

  • Eymet: Another opportunity to visit Eymet's general market in the morning.

  • Monpazier: Wander through this picturesque market town.

  • Monflanquin – Night Market: Enjoy the vibrant night market atmosphere.

  • Saint-Astier: Explore the local offerings in this charming market town. One of my favourites!



  • Le Buisson-Cadouin: A great way to kick off your weekend.

  • Brantôme: Known for its scenic beauty and delightful market. The Venice of the Dourdogne.

  • La Roque Gageac: This picturesque market is set against a stunning backdrop.



  • Villereal: A bustling market that captures the essence of the region.

  • Belvès: Another chance to visit Belvès for local produce and crafts.

  • Bergerac: A must-visit for a wide range of local goods.

  • Monpazier: Explore the medieval charm of Monpazier's market.

  • Périgueux: Revisit the markets at Place du Coderc, Place de la Clautre, and Place de la Mairie for fresh farm produce.

  • Sarlat: Spend the whole day at this all-day market in Place de la Grande Rigaudie and Place Boissarie, known for its vibrant atmosphere and diverse offerings.



  • Issigeac: The morning general market is perfect for finding fresh local produce and unique items. Its one of the best in the region!! Must see

  • Monbazillac – Night Market: End your week with the enchanting night market in Monbazillac.

  • Castillonnès - Night Market: Restaurateurs as well as gourmets from the canton of Castillonnès will delight you with a wide choice of diverse and varied gourmet specialties


Whether you're looking for fresh ingredients to cook a delicious meal, unique souvenirs, or just a pleasant way to spend your day, the markets near Manoir du Suquet offer something for everyone. Immerse yourself in the local culture and enjoy the best of what our beautiful region has to offer.


Plan your stay with us and experience the charm and hospitality of Manoir du Suquet while exploring these delightful markets. We look forward to welcoming you!

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