This photo in no way captures the huge mass of venders and shoppers that is the L’isle-sur-la-Sorgue twice weekly market. The (smaller) Thursday market is about twice as large as any market we’ve previously visited, and the Sunday market is ginormous. Interwoven with the many different types of food stands, we’ve seen stands selling clothing, shoes, yarn, fabric, and small electronics.
(There is also a famous antique market, but seeing as we don’t want to carry antiques around on our backs for another 21 months, we’ve ignored it.)
Today, we bought: tomatoes, eggs, parsnips, onions, brussels sprouts, rosé, squash, celery root, potatoes, grapes, pears, sauce, lavender honey, and three types of cheese. Possibly excessive, but if we’re going to be excessive about something, this seems like an okay way to go about it.