There are random markets sprinkled throughout the town but the Old Town Market's probably the best and most bustle-y. I believe it's open on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays from 7AM to 1PM. And of course, we were there on Sunday. We got to the market about 45 minutes before it was supposed to close so by the time we made our rounds, a few stalls were starting to lower their prices just to get rid of some of their fare which was great for us.
All of us were incredibly charmed by this town and the views. You could catch glimpses of the Alps here and there. There's a quietness within the hustle and bustle. It's difficult to describe. I guess this is just what it's like to be in a small town.
We encountered a lot of stalls similar to the ones we saw at Marché Saint Antoine in Lyon. You know, things like olives and cheese and bread. But, in this small town setting, everything looked extra cute.
The best part of this town is that there are canals everywhere that make for beautiful photo ops.
Palais de L'isle was originally built as a castle. In its lifetime, it's had several careers, including courthouse, a mint, a jail, and a home. Today, it's just a pretty spot for taking photos and I think there's a museum inside.