Tangier and the Mediterranean

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  • 1. Boutique Majid

    Kasbah

    One of the finest antiques shops in Morocco has an array of antique textiles, silks, rich embroideries, vintage rugs, and Amazigh jewelry (often silver with...Read More

  • 2. La Botica de la Abuela de Aladdin

    This small, sweet-smelling store—the name means Aladdin's Grandma's Apothecary—is a riot of color and awash with the fragrances of rose, amber, sandalwood, vanilla, Damascus jasmine,...Read More

  • 3. Las Chicas

    Just outside the Bab el Kasbah, Tangier’s first concept store is a delight. Putting a contemporary spin on traditional Moroccan style, the eclectic stock includes...Read More

  • 4. Laure Welfling

    The vibrant boutique of this eponymous French designer and stylist is filled with richly embroidered evening dresses and multihued silk caftans, all hand-sewn by Tangier’s...Read More

  • 5. Bazar Atlas

    There are stacks of handwoven carpets from all corners of the country for sale here, along with singular green-glazed ceramics unique to Tamegroute in southern...Read More

  • 6. Bleu de Fes

    If you don’t know a Beni Ouarain rug from a Boucherouite, this store is the place to come. Sip a mint tea as vintage and...Read More

  • 7. Ensemble Artisanal

    Ville Nouvelle

    The fixed-price, government-regulated Ensemble Artisanal offers handicrafts from all over Morocco. The store is a little pricey, but it's a good place to develop an...Read More

  • 8. Ensemble Artisanat

    The small cooperative workshop produces high-quality goods that are beautiful and inexpensive, including hand-painted wood boxes, weavings, original art, and leatherwork....Read More

  • 9. Ensemble de l'Artisanat

    At this government-sponsored crafts center, rug weavers, leatherworkers, woodworkers, and jewelry designers create and sell their wares. Prices are fixed but the quality is excellent,...Read More

  • 10. Factory

    Tucked away down a medina street (close to Dar Manara guesthouse), this bijoux jewelry store stocks one-of-a-kind and limited-edition pieces in both classic and contemporary...Read More

  • 11. Fondouk Chejra

    Ville Nouvelle

    Housed on the second floor of an old inn, this weaving cooperative overlooks what used to be the large courtyard where visitors parked their animals....Read More

  • 12. Galerie Conil

    This interesting gallery specializes in contemporary and art brut (art created outside academic traditions), with exhibitions of painting, sculpture, photography, and mixed media from up-and-coming...Read More

  • 13. Galerie Dar D'Art

    Ville Nouvelle

    This contemporary "house of art" showcases local and international artists year-round in a plethora of media and styles. Staff are knowledgeable about the small but...Read More

  • 14. Galerie Tindouf

    Ville Nouvelle

    Across from the Hotel Minzah, this pricey antiques shop specializes in home furnishings and period pieces from old Morocco, with an especially large inventory of...Read More

  • 15. Librarie des Colonnes

    Ville Nouvelle

    Opened in 1949, this historic and charming independent bookstore was frequented by Tangier’s literati, including Paul Bowles, Tennessee Williams, and Truman Capote. More recently it...Read More

  • 16. L’Art de L’Artisanat Berbère

    Handcrafted carpets, blankets, and throws are piled floor to ceiling at this friendly cooperative, from colorful kilims to abstract Azilal rugs; you can even watch...Read More

  • 17. Parfumerie Madini

    Ville Nouvelle

    Founded in 1919, this famous Moroccan perfume house produces some of the world's most highly regarded oud (a resinous oil) fragrances, as well as copies...Read More

  • 18. Volubilis Boutique

    Opposite the Café Centrale, the colorful Volubilis Boutique has been in business since 1972, stocking handmade leather boots, shoes, and bags for both men and...Read More

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