The most beautiful markets in the Lot!
Shopping in the Lot. There's so much to do in the Lot, whether you're near Rocamadour, visiting the Gouffre de Padirac or if you decide to walk along the Vallée du Célé towards the Grotte du Pech-Merle not far from Saint-Cirq-Lapopie.
In short, you'll have the choice throughout your stay of wandering through the narrow streets of each village and its market. Here is a selection of the most beautiful markets in the Lot close to your campsite in the Lot, Le Bois de Sophie.
And don't forget that during the summer months there are many night markets, so we can tell you at reception which ones you shouldn't miss!
Enjoy discovering the most beautiful markets in the Lot!
2 minutes on foot camping
It takes place on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month, in the town centre square, just 2 minutes' walk from our campsite Lot le Bois de Sophie. Between 8am and 12pm, you'll have the chance to talk to the small producers at the market in Lacapelle-Marival and take part in the town's local economy.
The market in Lacapelle-Marival is an excellent way of discovering good quality products and helping small producers to develop.
20 minutes by car - 1 hour by bike
Saturday morning is market day in Figeac! Place Vival, around the Hôtel de la Monnaie and under the covered market hall.
Here, I fill my basket with specialities: duck rillettes, local cheeses and Quercy wines. Strolling around Figeac also means discovering the Champollion Museum and the Place des Ecritures, with its monumental reproduction of the Rosetta Stone.
The Market in Assier
10 minutes by car - 30 minutes by bike
Between Figeac and Rocamadour, the village of Assier has a lively market full of colours and smells. You'll also be surprised by its castle and church, jewels of the Renaissance.
The Market at Latronquière
25 minutes by car - 1 hour by bike
Gourmet market, every Friday, organic bread, flowers (depending on the season), fish shop, take your pick!
The Market in Cajarc
40 minutes by car - 2 hours by bike
Every Saturday afternoon, under the shade of the foliage, the Cajarc market invites you to discover this little town of good food and good living. Cajarc, a former inland waterway port, is a small village classified as a remarkable taste site thanks to its saffron cultivation. The list of the most beautiful markets in the Lot is not complete, but here's plenty to fill your baskets with good local produce to feast on with friends and family at Le Bois de Sophie campsite in the Lot.