LIBOS market takes over the streets and alleyways of the town keeping the spirit of the French market alive.
Every Thursday the town square is closed off, and under the church tower stalls set up shop, tables piled high with a vast array of things to buy.
From chilli peppers to sacks of apples, woolly jumpers to slippers, if you need something you are sure to find it here.
Fruit and vegetable stalls are in abundance whilst others sell Persian rugs and exquisite silks and cloth giving corners of the market a North African feel.
Fresh bread was piled up on one stall, cheeses on the next and further along fish of all shapes and sizes.
Despite being the middle of January there must have been around a hundred stalls winding their way along the streets of the town.
Libos is on the outskirts of the industrial town of Fumel, in the Lot et Garonne, so it is far off the tourist trails of the markets near the river Dordogne.
And like all good markets it was winding down by late morning giving you a chance to enjoy a coffee in the bar before lunch.
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