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La Baule's central market is where I love to go to start my day. Just 5 mins from the Avenue General de Gaulle and the promenade, it is the ideal place to buy oysters from Brittany, famous Plougastel strawberries or a tasty cake from La Baule. Some stalls stand out, like the seller of honey with the glazed hive, or one of the fruit and vegetable stalls where you can buy pealed green beans. The building is in itself interesting. It was built in 1912, and will be renovated in 2012 to mark the centenary of its foundation, and it will be given a modern look by laying down solar panels. It is a very lively place, where there are merchants and customers every day from 8-2pm. And it is a must for gourmets and gourmands!
Antoine

The central market of la baule is a p...

The central market of La Baule is a place where I love to go to start the day. Only 5 minutes from the Avenue du General de Gaulle and fill, is the place to get oysters from Brittany, where the famous strawberries Plougastel or baulois delicious cake that I do not get tired. Some stands attract attention like the seller of honey in the hive or a glass of fruit and vegetable stalls where you can find the sale of beans already peeled. The place itself is interesting: Built in 1912, it will be renovated in 2012 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its creation and give it a modern look consisting of solar panels. It is a lively place where traders and clients meet every weekday from 8h to 14h. This is the mandatory appointment of gourmets and gourmands!

Le marché central de la Baule est un lieu où j'aime beaucoup me rendre pour commencer la journée. A 5 minutes seulement de l'avenue du Général De Gaulle et du remblai, c'est l'endroit incontournable pour se procurer des huîtres de Bretagne, les si fameuses fraises de Plougastel ou le délicieux gâteau baulois dont je ne me lasse pas. Certains stands attirent l'attention comme celui du vendeur de miel avec sa ruche sous verre ou l'un des stands de fruits et légumes où l'on trouve à la vente des haricots verts déjà épluchés. Le lieu en lui-même est intéressant : Construit en 1912, il sera rénové en 2012 pour fêter les 100 ans de sa création et lui conférer une apparence moderne composée de panneaux solaires. C'est un lieu très animé où commerçants et clients se retrouvent tous les jours de 8h à 14h. C’est le rendez-vous obligatoire des gourmets et des gourmands !
Antoine
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