A Paris Guide to: Farmer’s Markets – SANNA Conscious Concept

A Paris Guide to: Farmer’s Markets

One of the most French activities you can partake on your next visit to Paris is to stroll through the various farmer’s markets, gathering all the necessary ingredients for the dinner party you will be hosting! There is nothing we love more than apéro at a friend’s apartment, and everything is made better by fresh, organic produce. ​To help you better navigate through the different markets in Paris, we have curated the ultimate guide for you to reference. Read our Paris Guide to Farmers Markets.

3rd Arrondissement

Covered market of the Enfants Rouges

39 rue de Bretagne, 75003 Paris

The Marché des Enfants Rouges is the oldest covered market in Paris. About twenty merchants, including many caterers with various specialties, participate in the conviviality of this market where freshness and quality are the key words. What we particularly like is to stroll on Sundays between the stalls to do some shopping before having lunch in the heart of the market. 

Dates and times: Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 8 pm / Sunday from 8 am to 4 pm

6th Arrondissement

Raspail organic market 

100% organic

73 Boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris

Every Sunday morning on Boulevard Raspail, the Raspail organic market is the most beautiful and largest of the organic markets in Paris. Its charm attracts both Parisians and tourists. You will find organic fruits and vegetables, but also small craftsmen, like an Italian caterer, organic and natural beauty products, or jewels of a small local designer.

Dates and times: Sunday from 9 am to 3 pm

7th Arrondissement

Saxe-Breteuil Market

Avenue de Saxe, 75007 Paris

This beautiful market stretches along with the Avenue de Saxe in the 7th arrondissement and offers a nice surprise: a superb view of the Eiffel Tower! Very pleasant, not too crowded with a large choice. The atmosphere is warm and brings animation in a rather quiet district. 

Dates and times: Thursdays and Saturdays from 7 am to 2:30 pm (3 pm on Saturdays)

9th Arrondissement

Anvers Market

Square d’Anvers, 75009 Paris

Nestled right next to the Square d’Anvers, about twenty stallholders set up their stalls on this market, which is very popular with Parisians living in the neighborhood. It offers a multitude of merchants: cheesemongers, fishmongers, butchers, greengrocers, bakers, and delicatessen vendors. A beautiful address to discover before or after your compulsory visit to Sacré Coeur.

Dates and times: Friday from 3 pm to 8:30 pm

10th Arrondissement

Saint-Quentin Market

Boulevard Magenta, 75010 Paris

This large covered market located in the emblematic Saint Quentin market hall, is the meeting place for all the chefs in the area. It also has a restaurant area with a few tables to taste delicious dishes concocted by the exhibiting caterers: Italian, Moroccan, Portuguese, Lebanese… 

Dates and times: Tuesday to Saturday from 8 am to 8 pm and Sunday from 8 am to 1:30 pm

11th Arrondissement

Père Chaillet organic market

100% organic

Place du Père Chaillet, 75011 Paris

On the small place du Père Chaillet, near the city hall of the 11th arrondissement, you will find a 100% organic market that welcomes 15 to 20 stalls on Saturdays and Wednesday afternoons! Moreover, the stalls will stay open until 8pm to allow the inhabitants to do their shopping after work.  

Dates and times: Wednesday from 10 am to 8 pm / Saturday from 7 am to 2:30 pm

12th Arrondissement

Aligre Market

3 Place d’Aligre, 75012 Paris

The Aligre market is one of the most lively and friendly of Parisian food markets. It’s a bit of a mess, but that’s exactly why we love it. The Aligre market is an intoxicating mix of colors and scents that hover over the square. With its fruit and vegetable stalls and its magnificent flea market, you can find products from Africa, India and Asia. This picturesque market is also one of the cheapest in Paris.

Dates and times: Tuesday to Sunday from 7 am to 1:30 pm, (2:30 pm on weekends) 

Cour de Vincennes market

2 to 80 Cour de Vincennes, 75012 Paris

You will find this market on the cours de Vincennes, between boulevard Picpus and rue Arnold-Netter. The market of the Cours de Vincennes is certainly one of the largest in the capital. It is a market where the merchants communicate with energy while selling their best products. The choice is vast, the welcome is warm, and the good atmosphere and prices are adapted for all budgets. For food lovers, the proportion of organic food products has increased considerably in recent years.

Dates and times: Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 am to 2:30 pm, (3 pm on Saturdays)

 14th Arrondissement

Brancusi Organic Market

100% organic

Place Constantin Brancusi, 75014 Paris

This petit market located a few steps from the Montparnasse tower is small but mighty. Despite its 5 stalls you will find everything you need— fruits, vegetables, dairy products, bread and pastries… even your favorite fish and seafood. The small number of traders and producers makes the contact with the customers more privileged. Although, it is less cheap than its cousins Raspail and Batignolles. 

Dates and times: Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm

15th Arrondissement

Saint-Charles Market

Rue Saint-Charles, 75015 Paris

This neighborhood market offers a wide choice of 100% farm produce. Thanks to its forty stalls you will find everything you need, even your favorite organic products. It’s impossible not to find what you’re looking for, especially since the atmosphere is warm and the shopkeepers are adorable.

Dates and times: Friday from 07 am to 2:30 pm

17th Arrondissement

Organic market of Batignolles

100% organic

34 Boulevard des Batignolles, 75017 Paris

The Batignolles organic market offers the best in a family and friendly atmosphere. Every Saturday morning, as you walk along the producers’ stalls you will find a thousand and one flavors, scents and colors. More than fifty merchants and producers take place to boast their beautiful and healthy goods. It’s hard not to give in to temptation and gluttony knowing that all the products are so good. Be careful though, the produce is a bit expensive.

Dates and times: Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm

18th Arrondissement

Barbès Market

Boulevard de la Chapelle, 75018 Paris

This great market is located underneath the subway tracks. Its motto could be “1 euro per kilo”. The atmosphere is frenetic. One leaves from there with three bags filled for 15 euros. Agoraphobes abstain because the crowd is always dense under the arcades of the subway! The others will appreciate the perpetual animation which makes Barbès a place not to be missed in Paris.

Dates and times: Wednesday from 8 am to 1 pm and Saturday from 7 am to 3 pm

19th Arrondissement

Organic market Centquatre

100% organic

5 rue Currial, 75019 Paris

Every Saturday, the Halle Aubervilliers becomes an organic and local market. In spite of its limited number of stands (10 to 15), a large choice of local and artisanal products are offered to you. You will find organic fruits and vegetables in season, at reasonable prices. For about fifteen euros you will fill a very large basket of vegetables. One of the best organic markets in Paris!

Dates and times: Saturdays from 11 am to 1:45 pm

20th Arrondissement

Marché Réunion

Place de la Réunion, 75020 Paris 

On the edge of the Marché Réunion square, this small market is like a family stroll, provided you don’t mind the crowds. It’s mainly made up of organic fruit and vegetable sellers, oysters, fish and flowers— some of which are more chic and expensive than others. It is a pleasant market where the merchants are smiling, and the customers are mostly regulars. A caterer of delicious cooked dishes is also present, our favorite. 

Dates and times: Sunday from 7 am to 3 pm

Les Lilas

Organic market of Les Lilas

100% organic

Rue Waldeck-Rousseau, 93260 Les Lilas

Les Lilas proposes its organic market in front of the Théâtre du Garde-Chasse. About ten traders are waiting for you to offer various products: meats and fishes, breads, fruits and vegetables of season, cheeses or still cleaning products and soaps…

Dates and times: Friday from 2 pm to 7 pm


Organic market of Versailles

Place de la Cathédrale Saint-Louis, 78000 Versailles

After an experiment in Saint-Louis, a square is now organized in the Notre-Dame market square on food market days. Several organic producers will be installed: fruits and vegetables in season, cheeses, wine and fruit juices…

Dates and times: Saturday from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm


Organic market of Boulogne-Billancourt

Route de la Reine, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt 

This market specializes in organic products. You will find market gardeners with a very original offer (Japanese radish, beautiful salads, parsley), a miller who sells his organic bread (large choice of spelt breads), a producer of goat cheese and other organic cheeses, a lamb and pig farmer, an apple producer and a friendly fisherman from Granville who sells the products of his fishing and his region.

Dates and times: 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 8:30 am to 4 pm

Issy Les Moulineaux

Organic market in Issy les Moulineaux

Place de l’Hôtel de Ville, 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

The market located in Issy Les Moulineaux offers local products from local producers or sedentary merchants of Hauts de Seine. You will find gastronomic and artisanal products. Many shopkeepers have the AB label.

Dates and times: Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 pm to 7:30 pm

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