Around the southern city of Marseilles, yellow-vested protesters gathered at traffic circles to remind the government of their discontent.
French police used a water cannon and fired tear gas in Paris on Saturday to drive back protesters marking the first anniversary of anti-government "yellow vest" demonstrations.
Corentin Pihel, 28, said he traveled to Paris from Montpellier to mark the movement's anniversary.
Overturned cars, paving stones and garbage fires - Place d'Italie, in the south of Paris, was the scene of sporadic outbreaks of violence on Saturday. At its peak in late 2018, the movement grew to up to 300,000 people.
Demonstrators, many clad in black and hiding their faces, set trash bins on fire and hurled projectiles at riot police while building barricades.
In a press conference on Saturday afternoon, Paris police chief Didier Lallement said: "Even if the images are spectacular on Place d'Italie, the fact remains that the rest of Paris is calm".
Some 105 people had been taken in for questioning.
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Yellow vest protesters accuse Mr Macron of protecting the Parisian elite, especially the rich, while neglecting the hardship of citizens in the provinces. For weeks, the protesters brought large parts of the country to a standstill.
The most prominent figures in the movement, which has explicitly shunned any formal leadership structure, acknowledge the declining numbers but say the authorities' response has not been sufficient. Help us: "disassociate yourself from violent groups".
The outpouring of anger at perceived social and economic injustice eventually prompted President Emmanuel Macron to reverse some of his tax plans and to offer 10 billion euros ($11 billion) in measures to address protesters' concerns.
He has also tried to soften his sometimes abrasive style.
A 40-year-old woman who is out of a job said she is unhappy with Macron's policies.
There were still a few scattered clashes in Les Halles area in central Paris by early evening.
"If the movement disappears, I worry that society will dehumanise and that would be the end of public services and the reign of money, the king", said Vanessa, a protester 47, in Nantes.
Further protests are also expected on Sunday ahead of a union-organised transport strike on December 5 over pension reform.