For a shopping day
– from the Allées Paul Riquet to the Place du Forum: in the Rue du 4-Septembre, the Rue Mairan, the Rue Française, the Rue de la Coquille, the Rue de la Citadelle (etc.), there are shop windows of jewellers, goldsmiths, clothing and accessory shops, and shoes (and even the shop of the ASBH, the rugby club of Béarn-sur-Mer). And tea rooms, terraces where you can relax after – or during – a “serial shopping” session.
– from the Avenue de la République to the Halles: you can “make yourself beautiful” (perfumeries, leather goods, clothes, shoes, hairdressers, wedding dresses…) and gourmand – really very gourmand – in the Halles.
– Avenue Clémenceau and Marché au Bois: florists, leather goods shops, bookshops, local shops, terraces and small restaurants… The avenue still smells of the architecture and shops of the early 20th century.
– rue Charles-Thomas (pedestrianised): start by treating yourself to an “Italian-style” ice cream cone at the entrance to the street, then wander around. Above all, stop at the Halles Marty: shellfish, fish, seafood, salted meats, cheeses… the stalls are there for you and the stallholders are smiling! On your way out, stop off at the many shops selling clothes, accessories, shoes and beach equipment. You can also visit the photographer and the butcher.
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– from the promenade to the covered market: wine bars, wine merchants, restaurants, shops, covered market… you can find everything in Sérignan, in this old heart of the village.