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  • 1. Camilleriparismode

    With another branch in Rabat, Malta's family-run homeware, gifts, and fabric shop is well-established on the scene—it's now on to its fifth generation. From tableware to linens, you'll find work by local designers and plenty of smaller gifts.

    Annunciation Sq., Sliema, N/A Malta, Malta

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 2. Charles & Ron

    Malta's self-taught kings of couture may be more commonly found on the runways of New York and Los Angeles's fashion week these days, but the Valletta flagship store of Charles and Ron van Maarschalkerweerd Borg is still the go-to for those who love their laid-back Med style.

    58D Republic St., Valletta, N/A Malta, Malta
  • 3. Joseph Busuttil

    This tiny family-run shop is more than 100 years old and sells a range of quality Maltese crafts including silver and gold filigree jewelry, blown glass, Gozitan lace, and limestone carvings.

    222 Merchants St., Valletta, N/A Malta, VLT 1170, Malta

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 4. Open-Air Market

    The open-air Sunday market has been moved from Merchants Street to Floriana due to ongoing works at the Gate. With some haggling you may snap up a good bargain.

    Valletta, N/A Malta, Malta
  • 5. SoapCafé

    What was originally a stall selling homemade soaps through farmers' markets is now a staple on the shopping scene, with some 50 handmade soaps for all kinds of skin in its repertoire.

    65 San Duminku, Sliema, N/A Malta, Malta

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
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  • 6. Souvenirs That Don't Suck

    A neat store run by a group of gifted local designers serving up exactly what it says: caps, notebooks, towels, T-shirts, posters, coasters, and more—all with an edgy vibe.

    108 Manwel Dimech St., Malta

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    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 7. The Plaza

    Back in 1993 this was Malta's first shopping mall, and it's still one of the largest, with a newly revamped food court only recently added. It includes a branch of Bortex, one of Malta's longest-serving suit tailors.

    Triq Bisazza, Sliema, N/A Malta, Malta
  • 8. The Silversmith's Shop

    Maurice and Matthew Borg's second-generation silversmiths has been on this spot since 1972. It's a great chance to watch traditional Maltese silversmiths craft exquisite handmade jewelry and take home the results.

    218 Republic St., Malta
    No phone
  • 9. Sunset Records

    Closed Permanently

    In a converted town house, a selection of eclectic T-shirts supplements the fine inventory of unusual vinyl, which includes everything from reggae and disco to local indie bands—it's a retro-lover's dream.

    57 Triq San Piju V, Sliema, N/A Malta, Malta

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    Rate Includes: Closed Wed. and Sun.

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