Shopping


Shopping

Shopping

We are well served by a number of supermarkets in the local area. Many of the shops close for lunch, generally between 12pm- 2pm, although in high season, July & August, the supermarkets are often open all day. As far as possible we have detailed the opening times below – you have been warned, as there is nothing more frustrating than going to buy something for lunch only to find the shop closed.

• Intermarche – along the lines of Tescos

• Aldi (as in the UK) – cheap & cheerful, limited range

• Lidl (as in the UK) – cheap & cheerful, reasonable range

• Leclerc – large Hypermarket, stocks everything

• Auchan – large Hypermarket, stocks everything

• Hyper U – large hypermarket, stocks everything


The Hypermarkets stock everything from swimming pools & clothes to all your food & wine.


Andre at the village store has fresh bread & croissants every day (except Monday) from about 9.30am & 3pm. It is possible to order your bread, as he sells out fast in the summer. He also sells all the essentials – wine, beer, snacks, fresh salad & vegetables, cheese, yogurts etc, but only a very limited range of fresh meat such as burgers.


Cendrieux


800 metres

Mini -Intermarche

Monday – 3pm to 7pm

Tuesday – Saturday

9am - 12.30pm, 3pm - 7pm

Wednesday pm - closed

Sunday 9.15am - 12.15pm

Cendrieux


Post Office

Mon/Tues/Thurs/Friday/Sat

9.15am – 12.00pm

Vergt


11km/10mins

Intermarche

Open all day

8.30 - 7.30pm

Sunday – 9am – 12pm

Vergt


Casino

8.45am – 12.30pm, 3pm – 7.30pm

Sunday – 8.45am – 12.30pm

Notre-Dame-de-Sanilhac

20kms/mins

Hyper U

Open all day 9am-8pm

Sunday 9.30am-12.30pm

Le Bugue


15kms/15mins

Intermarche

Open all day - 9am – 7.00pm

Sunday 9am-12pm

Le Bugue


Leader Price

9am - 7.30pm

Sunday 9am - 12pm

Le Bugue


Lidl

Open all day 8.30am – 7.30pm

Closed Sundays

Le Bugue


Aldi

Open all day 9am – 7pm

Closed Sundays

Perigueux


30km/30mins

Leclerc

Open all day 8.30am – 8.30pm

(Fridays 9.30pm)

Closed Sundays

Perigueux


Auchan

Open all day

8.30am – 9.30pm

Closed Sundays

Perigueux


Hyper U

Open all day

9am – 8pm

Sundays 9am – 12.30pm

Perigueux

(Chancelade)


Intermarche

Assume

8.30am – 7.30pm

Sundays 9am – 12.15pm

Perigueux


Leader Price

Open all day

9am – 7 pm

Sundays 9am – 12.30pm

Perigueux


Lidl

Open all day

8.30am - 8 pm

Closed Sundays

Bergerac

35kms/35min

Intermarche

Open all day

9am – 8.30pm

Closed Sundays

Bergerac


Leclerc

9am - 8 pm

Closed Sundays


Markets


Generally all the markets are held in the morning & close around 1pm. Some of the markets are very much for locals – such as our nearest in Vergt. These give you a colourful insight into the French way of life. Others are a combination of locals & touristy stalls – such as le Bugue, which is well worth a visit.


Bergerac

Wednesday, Saturday

Brantome

Tuesday, Friday

Domme

Thursday

Eymet

Thursday

Issigeac

Sunday

Lalinde

Thursday

Le Bugue

Tuesday

Le Buisson -Cadouin

Friday

Les Eyzies

Monday

Monpazier

Thursday

Perigueux

Wednesday, Saturday *

Ribérac

Tuesday, Friday

Rouffignac

Sunday

Sarlat

Wednesday, Saturday

St Alvere

Monday

St Cyprien

Sunday

Terrasson

Thursday

Trémolat

Tuesday

Vergt

Friday


• there is a smaller market everyday in Perigueux


Marche Nocture/Gourmand


In the summer, there are also numerous “marche noctures or marche gourmand” - evening markets.


These are not normal markets, but rather like a food hall, where the village squares are filled with tables & chairs, and surrounded by a number of different food stalls. You can buy your bread, wine, and a range of food. There is normally some sort of live music & sometimes a few stalls selling jewellery etc. Just take a picnic set, as knives & forks/ glasses are not normally supplied. Normally a great evening out in beautiful surroundings. We can recommend “our” favourites.


Often at week-ends or bank holidays you may come across a brocante / vide grenier (antique / car boot sales) which are held throughout the region, during the summer. These are great for a rummage, but don’t expect a bargain. The French put a very high value on second hand goods.


Details can either be found in the various leaflets, or just ask us.