For bread, croissants and cakes, the boulangerie in the middle of the main street is the real deal, so go there first, and if they are sold out then try the 8 à Huit. Next door to the boulangerie you will find a pharmacy and a laundry, as well as wine, chocolate and gift shops.
The butcher’s shop is further down the road from the 8 à Huit: walk past the tabac and it is on the corner, as the road loops back. This gets rave reviews for its quality and diversity, including its hand-prepared, ready-to-cook meals. The Credit Agricole branch is also down here, tucked away just above the bend in the road.