Separated from the St. Pierre quarter by the cours Victor Hugo, the Saint Michel quarter is by far the liveliest and most colorful area in town. Spaniards, Portuguese, North Africans and French live happily side-by-side, and visitors can enjoy food and drink from a variety of cultures, often at very reasonable prices. Built around the Saint Michel basilica, a Gothic church erected at the end of the 15th Century, and the Flèche St-Michel, at 114 meters the highest monument in Bordeaux, this popular quarter has a young vibe. Every Monday morning there is a clothes market on the square and Saturday mornings see two other large markets: the Marché des Capucins on rue Elie Gintrac and the one around the flèche Saint Michel. Sunday morning is reserved for bric-a-brac and antiques and is guaranteed to be buzzing.