I bet it would be hard to find a market more colorful than the Cours Saleya in Old Town Nice, France. Held 6 days of the week, it draws locals and tourists alike for its local products.
Soaps of every color and fragrance, including lavender
which is sold by the scoop.
I can't imagine a spice you would want that's not there.
Fresh vegetables abound
in all vibrant colors,
all the sun dried tomatoes you could ever want,
and "cœur de bœuf" tomatoes--not to be confused with our beefsteak tomatoes in the US.
Are you salivating yet? How about these cherries,
or the sweetest strawberries I've ever tasted from the region of Carpentras.
What's a market without your bread delivery?
And I leave you today with a beautiful sunflower from the market and wishes for a summer full of color.