6 Best Places to Shop in Attica and Delphi, Greece


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Clearly, artists are behind the dazzling selection of gift items at Ostria. Beautifully displayed pieces include nautical objects like brass compasses and model ships, but also an array of toys, clocks, icons, and jewelry. There's also a huge selection of ceramics, some by owner Petros Skourtis. He and co-owner Katie Kapi, who is a painter, also invite customers to visit their nearby workshop, where they can even take a pottery course.

Avra Grocery

A traditional grocery shop on the waterfront that not only stocks all the essentials, most of them locally sourced, but also transports you back in time with its old-fashioned, romantic decor. It has been lovingly created by the owners of the Archontiko Art Hotel.


One of the area's better known high-end boutiques. The slick interiors are a taster for the kind of niche couture and international designers you'll find inside. Very much an encapsulation of everything Glyfada signifies to Greek shoppers.

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Pappos-Baldoumis—Snow Republic Ski Shop and Ski School

The biggest ski school in Greece operates a couple of well-equipped ski shops, including one in Arachova's main square and a second one in Paralia Distomou, down on the coast.


Not limited to Glyfada, and more of a high-end chain, this branch of the popular Soho-Soho women's boutique is no less glamorous. Discover brands such as Golden Goose, Creed, Herno, and Moncler.


Founded in 2006 on Kiprou by a pair of twin brothers, Zerar and Teo, their signature "evil eye" runs across much of their designs, and they've since opened boutiques in a number of high-end hotels. Go where it all started.