Isn't it said that Perigord can be enjoyed in every season?

All year round, our towns and villages are alive with weekly markets. It's a great opportunity for local producers to showcase their expertise. The market is the ideal place to buy local produce. Strawberries, melons, chestnuts, ceps, foies gras, truffles, honey, walnuts, cheeses, fatty poultry... fill the stalls as the seasons change.
A delightful assortment of local colours, flavours and scents! "Market rhymes with conviviality, pleasure and discovery.

Le Bugue market

Traditional weekly markets in Lascaux-Dordogne

Night markets in the Périgord Noir

Generally reserved for the summer, the night markets of the Périgord are veritable institutions, for visitors and locals alike.
Often after long days in the sun, it's the perfect opportunity to take a cool stroll through the maze of local vendors and producers. Here you can enjoy flavours and odours from fresh produce or cooked in the shade of the oak trees on the Black Perigord.  

Farmers' markets in the Périgord Noir 

Farmers' markets are the very essence of the Traditional Périgord and the DordogneThese are markets where you can find the best local produce. These short-circuit markets, direct from producer to consumer, are also an opportunity to exchange ideas, talk and, of course, listen to good cooking ideas.
In summer, farmers' markets are set up on the site. the village squareoften early in the morning. They are a real invitation to meet farm producers, breeders and craftsmen. From stand to stand, plates are put together and glasses filled to taste. The sale is often accompanied by a tasting session. 

What you'll find at a farmers' market

At a local farmers' market, you'll find all the best local produce. Périgord productsYou'll also be able to buy or sample local cheeses and seasonal vegetables. You'll also be able to buy or sample local cheeses and seasonal vegetables. All the star products will of course be there, including foie gras, nuts and perhaps the summer truffle

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