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©the Mas d'Azil market on Wednesday mornings|Raphael KANN
Gourmet pleasuresin Arize-Lèze.

A trip to the market

Promise yourself along the bustling aisles of the markets, where local producers, artisans and clothing items cross paths. Exchange with the producers, curious to share their products, their growing tips and their contagious enthusiasm!

Market days

  • Saint-Girons : 2nd and 4th Monday of the month
  • Foix : fair every 1st, 3rd and 5th Monday of the month
  • Mirepoix
  • Montesquieu-Volvestre (31)
  • Castelnau-Durban
  • Foix: farmers’ market at the halle au grain
  • Varilhes
  • Pamiers

  • Le Fossat: 3rd and 5th Wednesday of the month
  • Le Mas d’Azil
  • Lézat s/ Lèze: 2nd Wednesday of the month
  • Sainte-Croix-Volvestre
  • Saint-Jean-Du-Falga

  • Carbonne (31)
  • La Bastide de Sérou
  • Pamiers


  • Daumazan s/ Arize
  • Saint-Ybars (small market)
  • Saint-Sulpice-Sur-Lèze
  • Foix
  • Mirepoix


    Campagne s/ Arize at 4pm

    Pailhès from 5pm to 8pm

  • Lézat s/ Lèze
  • Pamiers


    Carbonne (31)

  • Montesquieu-Volvestre (31)
  • Massat
  • Montbrun Bocage (31)
  • Rieux-Volvestre (31)

Quality seasonal produce

Explore the charms of weekly markets, an unforgettable culinary adventure with many benefits: fruit and vegetables bursting with sunshine, grown with passion, and harvested to perfection. Buying direct from producers, you’ll taste the authenticity of each season. This immersion in local life forges unique bonds and delicious memories. After shopping, extend the pleasure by strolling to nearby merchants for a coffee or a sweet treat. A gourmet getaway to savor.

Our expert advice!

for a top market!
With or without a list?

You can take the time to make a list and avoid waste. But there’s a good chance that as you browse the aisles, you’ll be tempted by good seasonal produce!


Explore the aisles to spot the different products before you buy. Then start your market with the heaviest items, followed by fruit and vegetables, respecting weight and delicacy.

The right container

Opt for a basket or fabric bag to carry your groceries, as plastic bags are not ideal for keeping fruit and vegetables fresh. What’s more, this eco-friendly gesture adds a touch of elegance to your shopping!

The perfect time

Get to the market as early as possible to select the best products in a quiet, uncrowded setting. You’ll also benefit from the attention of producers delighted to serve their first customers, and the products will be incomparably fresh.

About money


Don’t forget to carry cash with you, as some merchants only accept cash payments. So take the time to stop at an ATM before you leave.

What to do after the market