The essentials For the fourth time, TF1’s hour-long news program, in collaboration with La Dépêche du Midi and many other regional daily newspapers, is organizing the “Your most beautiful market” competition in 24 regions on the French mainland and overseas. First of all, it is up to you to vote on our website (see form below) on your preferred market in the former Midi-Pyrénées region.
Here we go again ! The operation “Your most beautiful market”, which was disrupted by the coronavirus last year and was organized by the 1 p.m. newspaper TF1 with the headlines of the regional daily press including La Dépêche du Midi, will return in 2021. From March 29 to April 21, 2021, on our website, vote for one of the 16 markets selected in the former Midi-Pyrénées region to appoint our regional representative. Then, from April 26th to June 18th, defend our candidate so that this market is crowned the most beautiful market in France in 2021. According to Jean-Pierre Pernaut, it is the Aveyronnaise Marie-Sophie Lacarrau that brings this competition into the air.
When and where should you vote?
To vote, it’s very simple: go to the form below and select the market of your choice. You have until April 21, 2021 to support your candidate, regardless of whether it is the market in your city or that of your heart. The winner of the former Midi-Pyrénées region for the final vote will be announced that day.
Vote for your favorite market
The national vote, organized by TF1, will then take place from April 26th to June 18th between the 24 remaining candidates on the votreplusbeaumarché.fr website. The entire region must mobilize to carry the Occitan colors high.
The announcement of the national winner of the 4th edition of the operation will be made in the week of June 21, 2021 on the occasion of a special live page on the one-hour TF1 news program.
Who are the candidates from the region?
Here are the candidate markets for the former Midi-Pyrénées region.
Ariège: Mirepoix and Saint-Girons
Aveyron: Villefranche-de-Rouergue and Rodez (town square)
Haute-Garonne: Tournefeuille and Grenade-sur-Garonne
Gers: Mirande and L’Isle-Jourdain
Lot: Souillac and Beauregard
Hautes-Pyrénées: Tarbes (Halle Marcadieu) and Bagnères-de-Bigorre
Tarn: Castres and Carmaux
Tarn-et-Garonne: Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val and Montauban