The Saint Martin Market: A Melting Pot of Local Discoveries
We’ve told you before about the beauty of Saint Martin. We’ve also talked about the exotic flavors of its gastronomic riches, the mark of a refined cuisine in the French style.
For culinary enthusiasts, amateur epicureans looking for some good eats, or simply those whose curiosity instills in them a desire to sample new flavors, Saint Martin invites you to the Marché de Marigot.
Fish of the day, local fruits and vegetables, fragrant spices, a wide selection of rums... the market is overflowing with gastronomic treasure! Filled with the subtle scents of local products, the colorful aisles beckon you to stop and look.
But that’s not all! Crafts, clothing, and all kinds of ornamental goods each have their place in the Marché de Marigot. Polo shirts for him, cute dresses for her, decorative objects and souvenirs: there’s something for everyone.
The location, right in the heart of town with a view of the ocean, and the Caribbean ambiance that reigns there, are all the more reason to come visit and discover the market’s charms.
The Marché de Marigot is the perfect opportunity to discover local specialties, mingle with the locals, eat at one of the “Lolos,” and take a stroll to the rhythms of local music. The best days to take in the Marché de Marigot are Wednesdays and Saturdays through the end of April 2011.