|It is the heart of the Sardinian city that we hear beating : colored, alive, convivial, the market opens its stalls under the young and vigurious plane trees.|
A tradition which continues since june 6, 1777, when Victor-Amédée III authorised, by patent letters, annual fairs and the hebdomadary market.
Kept by the Blavignac fountain, it is the inescapable meeting in Carouge.
Discover this Mediterranean ambiance, joyfully rythmed by the creations of the city’s bell-man
Place du Marché
Each Wednesday and Saturday from 7h30 to 14h00.
Bell concerts each Saturday morning.