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Good food means good produce! In Lyon, there's everything you need: stroll through our selection of Lyon markets and you'll quickly understand why buying and eating local aren't unusual in the city's restaurants! Small farmers, food trucks, cheese-makers, butchers, etc.: our markets are overflowing with tasty treats!

Of course, if you're only in Lyon for the weekend, we strongly recommend you head down to the markets on quai Saint Antoine, quai Augagneur or up on the hill in Croix-Rousse. You'll have seen Lyon's emblematic markets. If you take the time to explore the others, here's our selection of markets in the city of Lyon and the surrounding area. On the menu: emblematic markets, organic markets, farmers' markets, and evening markets. For the more curious explorers, pick up a longer list from our experts at M ton marché ("love your market")!

In Lyon, when you think "markets", Les Halles are inevitably what first comes to mind. It's true that the Halles Paul Bocuse are a must-see when you want to discover (and perhaps bring home) typical Lyon produce. The Halles de la Martinière, which recently reopened, will also delight food lovers wandering on the Presqu'île.

Right, now it's time to head home and get cooking!


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Ampuis wine market

Salle Polyvalente

An introduction and tasting of some major wines: 60 winemakers and wine merchants with over 200 wines from the Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, Saint-Joseph,...

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Vourles Market

This unusual market sells products exclusively produced on the stall holders' own farms: fruit, vegetables, cheese, meat, honey… The market opens when...

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Food Market and Manufactured Products of Chassieu

Place Coponat

The Chassieu market is a mixed market (food products and textiles) which takes place on Wednesdays and Saturday mornings from 5:00 to 12:30, Place...

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Food Market and Manufactured Products of Craponne

About 20 minutes from Lyon, Craponne's Saturday morning market is one of the largest in the city.

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Food and Flower market Croix-Rousse

Boulevard de la Croix-Rousse

At the heart of the Croix-Rousse, a real village within the city, this market is a real institution. One can find several organic vegetables.

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Producers Market-Décines

The Décines market is a farmers' market that takes place every Thursday afternoon. In a sustainable development policy, the mayor wanted to promote...

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Food Market and Manufactured Products of Pierre-Bénite

Every Friday afternoon, a country farmers' market (labelled by the Rhône Chamber of Agriculture) moves to the Place Jean-Jaurès.

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Marché Alimentaire et Fleurs Quai Augagneur (food and flower market)

Quai Augagneur

Along the banks of the Rhône, opposite Grand Hôtel-Dieu, enjoy a stroll through one of Lyon’s most pleasant fresh produce markets.

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Market Saint-Genis-Laval

Place Jaboulay

Twice a week, market traders move to Place Jaboulay.

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Food and Flower Market Saint Antoine Célestins

Quai St Antoine & quai des Célestins

Along the Saône river, facing the Old Town, it's Lyon's biggest food market, with stalls of small gardeners and farmers.

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Montessuy Market

Allée de la jeunesse

The main market of Caluire-et-Cuire takes place every Thursday and Saturday morning. This market is located in the Montessuy neighbourhood, the youth...

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Food Market and Flowers Montchat Castle

Place du Château

To buy : fruits and vegetables, cheeses, meat, poultry, roast chickens, cold meats, fish, pastry, wine and flowers. 40 traders.

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Marché biologique place Ambroise Courtois

Place Ambroise Courtois

This organic market hosts about twenty traders who exclusively offer organic products (fish, delicatessen, cheese, bread, cold cuts ...).

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Food and book market

Place Ambroise Courtois

Food market on Tuesday and Saturday mornings until 1:30 pm; mixed market (food + manufactured) on Thursday morning until 13:30. Old books and old...

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Food Market and Manufactured Products Place François Mauriac

Mas du Taureau

A stone's throw from Lyon, the market for Mas-du-Taureau invites you to travel.

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Marché Fermier des Producteurs - Place Carnot

Place Carnot

The stalls are set up facing each other, forming a row around a hundred metres long. There are fruit and vegetable, flowers and herbs, meat and cheese...

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Les Halles de la Martinière

Residents at the bottom of the slopes of the Croix-Rousse have had their collective eye on these works for a long time, and finally Les Halles de la...

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Halles de Lyon - Paul Bocuse (indoor market hall)

If gastronomy were a religion, Lyon would be a pilgrimage site, Les Halles would be the temple and its sixty-or-so shopkeepers would be the...

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Market of Neuville-sur-Saône


The market Neuville-sur-Saone would exist since 1489, at least! On Friday morning, on both sides of the Neuville Bridge, he settled on the banks of...

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