Antique Dealers' Village by the Station

In an old 19th-century mill in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue town centre, the 100 or so shops in the "Antique Dealers' Village by the Station" are open Friday to Monday all year round.

In 1978, Jean Nicolas and Pierre Rougon, passionate art lovers who owned an old mill near the railway station, had the idea of offering the facility for local antique dealers to use as a permanent seat, in order to keep the business going in the town.

That first village, which they set up, is now famous and goes by the name of the 'Village des Antiquaires de la Gare' ("Antique Dealers' Village by the Station").

The idea caught on and allowed dealers to come together in 110 spaces where they could display their furniture and other pieces from various periods and styles.

L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue's 'Village des Antiquaires de la Gare'. The first antique dealers' village in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue. A benchmark since 1978.

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Le Village des Antiquaires de la Gare
2 bis Avenue de l'Egalité

84800 L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
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