This is almost a one-shop town and this is the shop. They had items people in town would need, like materials and I believe may have even had some food items. However, it is aimed at the tourist trade and there were paintings, local crafts and very friendly people there.
It was just a nice old-fashioned store with friendly people and we got quite a few gifts there. Most of the crafts had been made locally and that was fun for us.
What to buy: Local crafts and art.
What to pay: Whatever your budget allows.
Every French picnic needs bread and this bakery provides bread in any shape you can imagine. They also have pastries to die for. If you are planning a picnic, this would be an excellent place to start. If you're not going to picnic, just enjoy looking at the artistic goodies.
What to buy: Shaped breads of all kinds. They even have a windmill made of bread.
What to pay: About average bakery prices. Less later in the day . . . but they may be sold out.