Thousands of Islanders visited Lé Marchi Nouormand, which arrived from St Malo on Friday as part of Jersey’s Fête dé Noué celebrations.
The traders, who all travel together around Normandy and the UK, sold a variety of typically French fare, from crêpes and croque-monsieurs to clothes and pottery.
Organiser Aurélie Leroy, from Maison de Normandie in Jersey, said that she was delighted that the market had proved popular, especially after doubts that the boat carrying the traders would get in on Friday and the deluge that greeted them when they did.
‘The traders enjoyed themselves and were especially appreciative of the entertainment organised by Jersey Tourism,’ she said.
‘They really added to the whole experience and made it very much a festive event.’