Martinique Shopping

French fragrances; designer clothes, scarves, and sunglasses; fine china and crystal; leather goods; wine (inexpensive at supermarkets); and liquor are all good buys in duty-free Fort-de-France. Purchases are further sweetened by the 20% discount on luxury items when paid for with certain credit cards. Among the items produced on the island, look for bijoux creole (local jewelry, such as

hoop earrings and heavy bead necklaces); white, dark, and aged rum; and handcrafted straw goods, pottery, and tapestries.

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Antan Lontan

  • Art Galleries

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

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...

Lynx Optique

  • Clothing

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

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...

Pascal Rogatis Jewelry

  • Jewelry/Accessories

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


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