Set among pine and olive trees, with the castle Grimaud as a romantic backdrop, the Brocante du Jas des Robert is one of the most colorful antique markets in the region of Saint Tropez. For almost 30 years, this flea market has attracted tourists and locals alike, all looking for a bargain or just to soak up the very ‘Provençal’ atmosphere of this wonderful event.
Held every Sunday from the crack of dawn in the car park of a nearby restaurant, this weekly flea market beckons with its very special atmosphere and the great bargains to be had. Even in the midst of winter, the numbers of bargain hunters that flock to this flea market are absolutely staggering. And because the Brocante du Jas des Robert is no longer a well-kept secret, it is therefore highly recommended to show up early to increase the chances of bringing home quality pickings!
The Brocante du Jas des Robert is very popular among the locals and bargain hunters of the Gulf of Saint Tropez, as it is known as the ideal place to hunt for antiques, local art, mid-century modern furniture, and vintage clothes.
From antique kitchen utensils and vintage trinkets to large pieces of furniture from the 70s, vintage lamps, vintage handbags, lace dresses, paintings, old books, postcards, ornaments, jewelry, old linen, faïence, wrought iron, trinkets, and many more household curios and other rarities, the Brocante du Jas des Robert is as much Ali Baba’s cave for flea market enthusiasts, as a potential goldmine for seasoned bargain hunters.
Flea market enthusiasts can also combine a visit to the Brocante du Jas des Robert with a trip to the Brocante du Mas de Bagatin, which is held on the same day a few miles away.