Bursting with flavor and color, our exquisitely displayed markets along the beaches or in the city centers are well worth a detour! You will sample there our local fruits, vegetables, spices and sea products.Well everything you need to prepare your favorite sea–to-table dish! Those markets are an essential part of Guadeloupean life.
Here are additional information about our 3 main markets on Grande Terre:
– Sainte-Anne Market:located in the center of the city along the beach. Open everyday from 9am to 7pm. Farmers sell spice, vegetable, fish (very early in the morning), local rum punch, creole delicacies.Vendors also sell souvenirs and clothes.
– Pointe-a-Pitre Market:located in the heart of the city by the harbour next to “Place de la Victoire”.
Open every day from 6am to 4pm. Farmers sell fruits, vegetable, spice, fish, shell fish.
– Gosier Night Market: located in the center of the city, between the beach and the church. It’s a Friday might markey only from 4pm to 9pm. Farmers sell spice, vegetable, creole delicacies (like passion fruit/cinnamon/goyave bread, bokit, coconut cake and sorbet…). Local Artists sell there very nice artcraft (lamps, jewely, fourniture all made with local product).