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Markets and flea markets

For the summer in South Morbihan

The holidays are a time for trying new taste and flavors. They are also a time during which you can take your time for shopping, looking for conviviality, exchanges, being surprised to better surprise.Whether they be traditional, organic, markets for books, flea markets, markets are part of the life of Breton villages and towns. They are places of life, exchange and surprises.


Traditional and organic markets

La Trinité sur Mer and Carnac 

  • You will have no problem finding markets near the campsite : two markets per week (Tuesdays and Fridays mornings) in La Trinité sur Mer, and two per week (Wednesdays and Sundays mornings) in Carnac.
  • An organic market sets up on Tuesday mornings on Place de Port-En-Dro in Carnac-Plage in July and August.
  • The fish market in La Trinité sur Mer is open every morning.


Useful information : from the campsite, every day in July and August, the free Trinibus shuttle allows you to go directly to the markets of La Trinité sur Mer and, with a connection, to those of Carnac.



  • The large market on Monday mornings in Auray is an event in itself: it brings together nearly 400 exhibitors in the summer, It is set in the town center from 8.15 am to 2 pm.
  • More modest, the organic market on Thursday evenings (5 pm to 8 pm) brings together about 25 traders. 
market © loic kersuzan - morbihan tourisme

Garage sales and flea markets

Whatever their given name, these events are regularly organized from April to October, most often on the weekends, in order to benefit from a greater affluence. For the individual sellers, it is a question of getting rid of objects that they no longer use, for the professionals, to offer these most beautiful pieces or to try to find the rare piece. For both to get a good deal, or at the very least to be able to look around, search about, and possibly be amazed.

A few dates for garage sales and flea markets during the summer 2024  

  • Plouharnel :  7th July
  • Belz : 7th July 
  • Locmariaquer : 21th July 
  • Auray : 14th and 28th July, and 15th August
  • Carnac :  11th August 
  • La Trinité sur mer :  from 20th to 25th August 
  • Le Bono : 4th August

Craftsmanship : your summer dates 2024

In the summer, some towns organize markets that emphasize local food and craftsmanship.It is the opportunity for artisans, artists, creators to show their products, their works, to meet the public and eventually to do some business.
It is also an occasion to bring some activities in important places of tourism as in Saint-Goustan in Auray and the church square in Carnac. 
For tourists and the local population, it is the opportunity to treat themselves or others: original jewelry, ceramics, wooden objects ...

  • Carnac:

Thursdays at 6 pm,  in July and August, Carnac-ville.

Tuesdays, from 5pm to 8pm , in July and August, place of Port en Drô, Carnac-plage.

  • Saint-Goustan Auray

Sundays : 7th and 21st of July - 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th of August. From 10.30am to 7pm. 

Medieval market with entertainment - 16th and 30th of July - 6th, 13th and 20th of August - From 10.30am to 10pm.

  • La Trinité sur Mer - le marché des créateurs : tuesday mornings , place du Voulien, in July and August. From 8am to 1pm.
  • Locmariaquer : every friday in July and August. From 5pm to 10pm.

Cities of history and of the arts

La Gacilly 

 © loïc kersuzan - morbihan tourisme - la gacilly

Nestled on the banks of the River Aff, La Gacilly is now known for its international photo festival which transforms the village every year from June to September into an immense gallery of photographic art. But for the last 35 years, it has also been a place of art and crafts. In the village's flowery streets, you can weet master glassmakers, wood carvers or jewelry designers. An association brings together no fewer than thirty artisans with sometimes its share of unusual crafts (the art of making weathervanes or  art knives). 

Rochefort en Terre 

Rochefort en terre © loïc kersuzan - morbihan tourisme

Rochefort-en terre needs no introduction since it became in 2016, the French's favorite village. A small scenic town and a beautiful flowered village, the town made an economic comeback at the beginning of the 20th century when a rich American painter fell in love with it. The beauty of the stone buildings have since attracted there other artists who ended up settling down there.

The Cour des Métiers d'Art

In Pont-Scorff, near Lorient, the Cour des Métiers d'Art, housed in a 17th century house, promotes the know-how of a hundred contemporary artists. In a 400 sq. metre shop, these present their new creations and meet the public. For 25 years, the Cour des Métiers d'Art has become an unavoidable exhibition and sales venue.In addition, five temporary exhibitions are organized every year on the theme of arts and crafts.Free visit. Open all year.

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