|Panoramic View of the Piazza Giacomo Matteotti|
Our town has two market days. The big one is on Wednesday. Most of the food portion is located in the main piazza, Giacomo Matteotti and then trails toward the east with cheese trucks, porchetta (roasted pig) trucks, a large candy stand, and a couple of hand-made jewelry stalls. At the end of this section, you cross a pedestrian bridge and end up between several streets filled with clothing, linens, leather goods, and many other knick-knacks. It is always busy.
|Mike purchasing some grapes.|
|Out local bakery|
|Mike finally purchased a man purse (or murse) as he calls it to carry essentials.|
The cafes in the piazza stay open and arrange their tables around the market so one can have a coffee and greet friends in addition to shopping.
Saturday's market is much smaller, just in the piazza, and features food and items made in the region. So far this year much of it has been local vegetables but you can also buy olive oil, honey, pastries, porchetta, and ceramics.