Bric-à-Brac de Marsac (Western France)
With more than 700 exhibitors on 5 hectares of fields, the Bric-à-Brac de Marsac is one of the largest mostly-professional flea market in France, together with the Grande Braderie de Lille and the Grande Réderie d’Amiens.
Occurring once a year on the 1st weekend of September, the Bric-à-Brac has been since 1975 the meeting point for collectors and fans of antiques from around France and abroad. Many flea market enthusiasts, interior designers, and antique shoppers come as far as the Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, the UK, and Italy to attend this two-days antique show.
Because 2/3 of the vendors selling at the Bric-à-Brac de Marsac are professional dealers, the quality of the goods on sale is guaranteed every time. From antique furniture to kitchenware, ceramic, vintage French linen, vintage clothing, porcelain, antique tools, phonographs, and other knick-knacks, the Bric-à-Brac de Marsac is a paradise for antiques lovers and bargain hunters alike. No wonder why this antique fair is attended by over 15,000 every time!
When: First weekend of September
Where: Route des Ponts, Marsac, 16570 France
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