Colour, texture, smell, it is all there, and you can taste anything too.
From scrumptious fruit and veg in colours that dazzle the eye, to tasty sausages broughtin from the mountains.
Cheeses from mountain farms lend a pungent aroma and a taste all their own.
The seaside comes to town in the form of oysters. Fresh, fresh, fresh with the tang of salt in the air.
For a touch of summer sunshine there is golden honey, bright and colourful, tasty and so, so sweet.
But summer is drifting away and Autumn is knocking at the door with pumpkins to eat and to carve for Halloween just next week.
And of course the old French market van, an image of France in its own right
The best ever mobile shop, charm and shopping all at once.
What price B&Q when you can buy your plants and seeds from this little mini garden centre on wheels.So there you are my darlings, a little walk around the weekly market at St Sever. I hope you are now suitably hungry for the fabulous food of France.