Le Suquet is the old quarter of Cannes, probably best known to tourists as the climbing, winding cobbled lane lined with local restaurants, Rue St Antoine. Le Suquet contains a clock tower and church that sit high facing east overlooking the Bay of Cannes and Cannes itself. At the bottom of Le Suquet on Rue Dr. P. Gazagnaire is the Marché Forville, where the market is held in the mornings and early afternoon.
|Tuesday||7:30 AM – 1:00 PM|
|Wednesday||7:30 AM – 1:00 PM|
|Thursday||7:30 AM – 1:00 PM|
|Friday||7:30 AM – 1:00 PM|
|Saturday||7:30 AM – 1:00 PM|
|Sunday||7:30 AM – 1:00 PM|
The people who are working there they are nice, especially the foreigners! You can find good prices and you can negotiate with the sale people... If they are not French
Beautiful hand made and vintage jewelry, along with paintings and fine china! Worth a visit
Fresh local produce in a classic market setting. Just visiting is a feast.
Magic, almost stuck in time. Grab your fresh veggies harvested by local farmers who sell them directly to you. Brings back old memories of when I was a kid, going to these markets. Produce isn’t very expensive (avoid the fish though, which can be pricey) but of high quality. Spend some time going around the market and you may be lucky to find some socca (traditional crepe from Nice) made in Cannes.
It's one of the interesting places in Cannes. Not only fresh food market, but also city's landmark. Small cafes are surrounding trading area and music bands play on weekend mornings - unique atmosphere. Must see!
Local farmers market with good regional products. On friday, satirday and sunday morning most of the small producers are present. The cheese stall is also excellent: try the fresh goat cheese (chevre)...mmmm!
Huge market. Standard offerings plus specialty places for mushrooms, socca, fondant, etc. We ate some socca (delicious) and canalles. Great experience. Would go back!
Tipical Mediterranean vegetables market with prime products look but don't buy ridiculous tourist prices.