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  • 1. Antan Lontan

    Art Galleries

    For years Antan Lontan focused on creating sculptures, busts, statuettes, and artistic lamps that portray Creole women and the story of the...

    For years Antan Lontan focused on creating sculptures, busts, statuettes, and artistic lamps that portray Creole women and the story of the Martiniquaise culture. Now his focus has shifted to selling his collection of some 3,000 vintage photos and postcards of Martinique and the Antilles dating from the 1800s through the 1950s.

    Centre Commercial, La Veranda, rue du Professeur Raymond Garcin, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97200, Martinique
    0596-65–52–72
  • 2. Art et Nature

    Art Galleries

    Art et Nature carries unique wood paintings, daubed with 20 to 30 shades of earth and sand. They depict simple Martinican scenes. This dedicated...

    Art et Nature carries unique wood paintings, daubed with 20 to 30 shades of earth and sand. They depict simple Martinican scenes. This dedicated French artist has moved his location from Distillerie Trois Rivières to Le Potterie. The small-size artwork makes good take-home gifts. If you want more, his website is set up to take PayPal.

    Village de la Poterie, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0596-62–59–19
  • 3. Artisanat & Poterie des Trois-Îlets

    Crafts

    This complex lets you watch the creation of Arawak- and Carib-style pots, vases, and jars. On the site of an old Jesuit compound, this group...

    This complex lets you watch the creation of Arawak- and Carib-style pots, vases, and jars. On the site of an old Jesuit compound, this group of shops is now a major tourist attraction in the area. There are shops with interesting gifts, jewelry, and clothing, especially pareos (wraparound skirts). Several appealing restaurants (particularly the bakery) also make it a good stopover for lunch.

    Rte. des Trois-Îlets, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0596-68–03–44
  • 4. Bois Nature

    Crafts

    This place is all about mood and mystique and eco-sensitivity. Gift items at Bois Nature begin with scented soap, massage oil, aromatherapy...

    This place is all about mood and mystique and eco-sensitivity. Gift items at Bois Nature begin with scented soap, massage oil, aromatherapy sprays, and perfumes. Then there are wind chimes, mosquito netting, shell mobiles, and sun hats made of coconut fiber. The interior decor accessories are unique and worth carrying home on the plane, but they can also ship things home for you. The big stuff includes natural wood-frame mirrors and furniture à la Louis XV.

    Parking Centre, Commercial place d'armes, Le Lamentin, n/a Martinique, 97232, Martinique
    0596-65–77–65
  • 5. Caz' Art

    Crafts

    This is one of those artsy souvenir shops that is so chockablock full that you are fascinated, amazed at every turn. Now there are many small...

    This is one of those artsy souvenir shops that is so chockablock full that you are fascinated, amazed at every turn. Now there are many small items that would fit in luggage, such as colorful, metallic sculptures. Some of the most fanciful items are home accessories. Luc Ferrari, a designer (and importer) of art deco, showcases his wares here.

    Village de la Poterie, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, Martinique
    0596-68–53–56
  • 6. Coté Plage Sarl

    Clothing

    Stop in here for French sailor jerseys in creative colors, youthful straw purses in bold hues, fun teenage jewelry, and ladies' bathing suits. ...

    Stop in here for French sailor jerseys in creative colors, youthful straw purses in bold hues, fun teenage jewelry, and ladies' bathing suits.

    Village Créole, Pointe du Bout, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0596-66–13–00
  • 7. fashion bay

    Clothing

    The newly painted walls of this marina boutique are as fresh as the fashions on the racks. They carry name brands from France and Italy and...

    The newly painted walls of this marina boutique are as fresh as the fashions on the racks. They carry name brands from France and Italy and “hot” teeny, weeny bikinis and big-girl shoes from Rio, like: Bogdanoff; Valerie; Best Montain (Parisian); Pako Litto and Replay (Italian); Anti Flirt and Brigitte Bardot (France); Au Soleil de St. Tropez; Galibelle Shoes, and Brazilian designer high heels; and exclusive in Martinique, bikinis and bracelets from www.hipanema.com. French, English, and Italian are spoken, and the sales staff is fun.

    Marina Pointe du Bout, Pointe du Bout, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0596-66–13–81
  • 8. Galerie de Sophen

    Art Galleries

    Across from the Village Créole, this gallery combines Sophie and Henry, both in name and content. On sale are the originals and limited prints...

    Across from the Village Créole, this gallery combines Sophie and Henry, both in name and content. On sale are the originals and limited prints of a French couple who live aboard their sailboat and paint the beauty of the sea and the island, from exotic birds to banana trucks.

    Pointe du Bout, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0596-66–13–64
  • 9. L'Atelier du Parfum Tropical

    Perfume/Cosmetics

    The trained staff here can formulate your very own eau du parfum from more than 50 available fragrances. The ingredients are natural and from...

    The trained staff here can formulate your very own eau du parfum from more than 50 available fragrances. The ingredients are natural and from the island. The store also sells soaps and body oils that include a natural bronzer with oil of roucou and a coconut oil base. One purse-size spray that everyone should carry is an anti-mosquito oil with eucalyptus and citronella. Many of the spray atomizers (nonaerosol) are less than 3 ounces and can be carried aboard your homebound plane.

    Village Creole, Pointe du Bout, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, Martinique
    0696-80–80–04
  • 10. La Chamade

    Clothing

    So you wanna look French? Femmes, this urban boutique is a good start, although the chic doesn't come cheap here. You will recognize some...

    So you wanna look French? Femmes, this urban boutique is a good start, although the chic doesn't come cheap here. You will recognize some well-known brands like Saint-Hillaire, Escada, and Blue Label, and the sexy French shoes are nearly irresistible. The shop does have some good soldes (sales), though—and make sure you check the second level.

    25 rue Schoelcher, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97200, Martinique
    0596-73–28–78
  • 11. La Petite Boutique

    Clothing

    La Petite Boutique offers a unique children's collection, including jewelry, madras dollies, and teeny underwear. There are also contemporary...

    La Petite Boutique offers a unique children's collection, including jewelry, madras dollies, and teeny underwear. There are also contemporary mini-styles from Hip Up and Funky Family.

    Village Créole, Pointe du Bout, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0596-38–00–65
  • 12. Lynx Optique

    Clothing

    Lynx Optique has the latest designer sunglasses from such major brands as Chanel, Gucci, Dior, Cartier, and Versace. (French designer brands...

    Lynx Optique has the latest designer sunglasses from such major brands as Chanel, Gucci, Dior, Cartier, and Versace. (French designer brands are less expensive here.) And if you need a pair of prescription lenses or a repair, they can take care of that, too. The staff are professional, polite, and English is spoken. There are several locations throughout the island, this being the most centrally located.

    20 rue Lamartine, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97200, Martinique
    0596-71–38–48
  • 13. Mounia Boutique

    Clothing

    Owned by a former Yves St. Laurent model, Mounia carries the top French designers for women and men, including Yves St. Laurent as well as her...

    Owned by a former Yves St. Laurent model, Mounia carries the top French designers for women and men, including Yves St. Laurent as well as her very own Mounia collection. It will have you opening your wallet wide. Hope for a solde.

    26 rue Perrinon , near old House of Justice, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97200, Martinique
    0596-73–77–27

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  • 14. Pascal Rogatis Jewelry

    Jewelry & Watches

    Authentic creole-style jewelry, popularized after the abolition of slavery and seen in many museums, is for sale here at the number-one jewelry...

    Authentic creole-style jewelry, popularized after the abolition of slavery and seen in many museums, is for sale here at the number-one jewelry store in Martinique. Most creations are in 18-karat gold, but 9-karat is an option.

    47 rue Isambert, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97200, Martinique
    0596-71–36–78
  • 15. Atelier Céramique

    Crafts

    On display at Atelier Céramique are the ceramics, paintings, and miscellaneous souvenirs of the owners, David and Jeannine England, who are...

    On display at Atelier Céramique are the ceramics, paintings, and miscellaneous souvenirs of the owners, David and Jeannine England, who are members of the island's small British expat community and talented artists in their own right.

    Le Diamant, 97224, Martinique
    0596-76–42–65
  • 16. Cadet Daniel

    Ceramics/Glassware

    Cadet Daniel sells Lalique, Limoges, and Baccarat. ...

    Cadet Daniel sells Lalique, Limoges, and Baccarat.

    72 rue Antoine Siger, Fort-de-France, 97200, Martinique
    0596-71–41–48
  • 17. Galerie Jecy

    Crafts

    At Galerie Jecy, owner Stephanie designs fanciful, colorful metalwork; her island themes include starfish, octopus, geckos, and impressive billfish...

    At Galerie Jecy, owner Stephanie designs fanciful, colorful metalwork; her island themes include starfish, octopus, geckos, and impressive billfish. She also sells more portable souvenirs such as colorful wooden napkin rings, fruit plates, and trivets. Have a look while you wait for the ferry.

    Pointe du Bout Marina, Pointe du Bout, Les Trois-Îlets, 97229, Martinique
    0596-66–04–98

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