Shopping and markets

2 women walking in the street holding shopping bags

Between the city centre’s shopping streets and Angers’ markets, you’re certain to find what you’re looking for

Time for a spot of shopping in Angers

Those who enjoy to wander will happily lose themselves in the city-centre’s pedestrianised streets, while stumbling across monuments and gardens. Others, however, won’t be able to resist the draw of its charming boutiques...

Start your shopping trip in Place du Ralliement, a popular meeting place, or head into the shopping streets nearby. Around Rue Lenepveu, Rue d’Alsace, Rue Saint-Laud, and Rue Saint-Aubin, you’ll find delightful little boutiques for both the fashion addict and food lover!

After having shopped your way right across town, you’ll be ready for a short tea or coffee break!

Pop into one of Angers’ tea rooms for a taste of one of the local delicacies.


Enjoy hunting for rare finds?

Flea markets, antiques markets and garage sales are the place for you. 

Each first Sunday of the month, head to Rue Toussaint opposite Angers Castle to find fantastic used items and antiques to take home.

Markets in Angers, baskets at the ready!

Where to go for local produce

We recommend the market in Square Jean Chevillard on Rue Saint-Julien. Held on Friday afternoons, this unusual market sells produce exclusively from the Anjou region.

Want a large-scale market in the centre of town?

Head to Place Leclerc, Place Mendès-France and Place Imbach for the weekly Saturday market.

Where to find organic markets

Go to Place Molière on Saturday mornings from 8 am to 1.30 pm.

Alternatively, there are the markets in Place Lafayette (Wednesdays, 8 am to 1.30 pm) and Place du Dr. Bichon (Thursdays, 8 am to 1 pm).