Culture enthusiasts will love this colorful market filled with tropical fruit, local foods, spices, clothing, handicrafts, artwork, jewelry, accessories, and more. The market is also a great place to sample the Caribbean's famous rum offerings, either in a fruity cocktail or Shrub, a rum drink with crushed orange peel. Prices are on the lower side, making it a smart place to purchase a souvenir. Moreover, the waterfront setting of the market lends a care-free island ambiance.
Don't leave without crossing the street to check out the inspiring fresco created in honor of female market sellers. And if you're hungry, the French restaurants surrounding the market are as delicious as the ones found in the famous Grand Case—touted as the Gourmet Capital of the Caribbean—but less expensive.
Marigot Market is open every day except Sunday.