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Du 15 avril au 17 déc 2022 - Commercial event / Market - SAINT-JULIEN-DE-JONZY

Marché "Le martsi de Jonzy"

  • Marché "Le martsi de Jonzy" - Photo Credits : Laurène KAMINSKI Marché "Le martsi de Jonzy" - Photo Credits : Laurène KAMINSKI
  • Marché "Le martsi de Jonzy" - Photo Credits : Laurène KAMINSKI Marché "Le martsi de Jonzy" - Photo Credits : Laurène KAMINSKI
  • Marché "Le martsi de Jonzy" - Photo Credits : Laurène KAMINSKI
  • Marché "Le martsi de Jonzy" - Photo Credits : Laurène KAMINSKI

Conditions d'ouverture spéciales Covid-19

- During the lockdown and curfew, the market takes place from 4pm to 7pm.
- Wearing a mask is mandatory
- With the current sanitary context, the refreshment bar and music will wait a little longer.


Martsi is a patois word for market. The Martsi de Jonzy is a festive market of local producers which, since 2016, takes place on the 3rd Friday of the month, from April to December in Saint-Julien-de-Jonzy.
It brings together, depending on the season, between 15 and 20 regional producers, a few craftsmen, artists and highlights an association corresponding to the values defended by the Martsi de Jonzy.
This market is different. Firstly, because it advocates local produce thanks to small producers from the region, who allow for eco-responsible consumption of healthy products and are committed to production that respects the environment and living things. You can find breads, cheeses, meats, vegetables, eggs, mushrooms, wines, beers, take-away food, lacto-fermented vegetables, honeys, condiments, herbal teas, syrups, flavoured oils...
Secondly, because there is a concert and a bar! At the refreshment bar you can find beer, wine from the Brionnais wine growers and syrups and fruit juices from regional producers too. The music is lively and the public does its shopping, exchanges the latest news, and lingers to share their purchases over a drink and dance with friends!
See you soon on the Martsi!

On Friday 15 July, from 6pm, a concert is proposed "Sneaky snakes".