New Providence and Paradise Islands

Most of Nassau's shops are on Bay Street between Rawson Square and the British Colonial Hotel, and on the side streets leading off Bay Street. Some stores are popping up on the main shopping thoroughfare's eastern end and just west of the Cable Beach strip. Bargains abound between Bay Street and the waterfront. Upscale stores can also be found in Marina Village, in the Crystal Court at Atlantis, and at Baha Mar on Cable Beach.

You'll find duty-free prices—sometimes as much as 25% to 50% less than U.S. prices—on imported items such as crystal, linens, watches, cameras, jewelry, leather goods, and perfumes, but you really need to know the prices before you buy. Not everything is a bargain.

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  • 1. Bahama Art and Handicraft

    This traditional wooden Bahamian home is packed with incredible handmade goods, from jewelry and candles to items made from straw, native wood, and even ceramic....Read More

  • 2. Bahama Handprints

    Bahama Handprints fabrics emphasize local artists' sophisticated tropical prints in an array of colors. Also look for leather handbags, a wide range of women's clothing,...Read More

  • 3. Mortimer Candies

    Mortimer Candies whips up batches of uniquely Bahamian sweet treats daily. Pop in for a sno-cone on a hot day, or buy some bags of...Read More

  • 4. My Ocean

    Here you can find candles, soaps, salt scrubs, and lotions in island- and ocean-inspired scents and colors, all locally made. A second location can be...Read More

  • 5. Pirate Republic Brewing Company

    When you spot a pirate hanging out on Woodes Rogers Walk, you know you've found the home of this local craft brewery. Inside the shop...Read More

  • 6. The Craft Cottage

    This small shop situated in a traditional wooden structure is a great place to buy locally made souvenirs and gifts including soaps and oils, hand-painted...Read More

  • 7. Bahamacraft Centre

    Bahamacraft Centre offers some top-level Bahamian crafts, including a selection of authentic straw work. Dozens of vendors sell everything from baskets to shell collages inside...Read More

  • 8. Bahamas Rum Cake Factory

    At the Bahamas Rum Cake Factory, delicious Bahamian rum-soaked cakes are made and packaged in tins right on the premises (peek into the bakery) and...Read More

  • 9. Brass and Leather

    Here you can find leather goods for men and women, including bags, shoes, and belts. Pick up one of the unique soft leather passport covers...Read More

  • 10. Coin of the Realm

    Coin of the Realm has Bahamian coins and stamps, native conch pearls, tanzanite, and semiprecious stone jewelry....Read More

  • 11. Cole's of Nassau

    This is a top choice for everything from ball gowns and cocktail dresses to resort wear and bathing suits with all the shoes and accessories...Read More

  • 12. Colombian Emeralds International

    Colombian Emeralds International is the local branch of this well-known jeweler; its stores carry a variety of fine jewelry in addition to its signature gem....Read More

  • 13. Graycliff Hotel

    Graycliff carries one of Nassau's finest selections of hand-rolled cigars, featuring leaves from throughout Central and South America. Graycliff's operation is so popular that it...Read More

  • 14. International Bazaar

    This collection of shops under a huge, spreading bougainvillea sells linens, jewelry, souvenirs, and offbeat items. There's often a small band playing all sorts of...Read More

  • 15. John Bull

    Established in 1929 and magnificently decorated in its Bay Street incarnation behind a Georgian-style facade, John Bull fills its complex with wares from Tiffany &...Read More

  • 16. Perfume Bar

    This shop carries the best-selling French fragrance Boucheron and the Clarins line of skin-care products, as well as scents by Chanel, Fendi, and other well-known...Read More

  • 17. Prince George Plaza

    Prince George Plaza, which leads from Bay Street to Woodes Rogers Walk near the cruise-ship docks, just east of the International Bazaar, has about two...Read More

  • 18. Straw Market

    This towering colonial-style marketplace houses hundreds of straw vendors selling straw bags, T-shirts, and other souvenirs. The Straw Market is one place in The Bahamas...Read More

  • 19. The Cosmetic Boutique

    Beauty experts are on hand to demonstrate the latest cosmetics offerings, including M.A.C., Clinique, Bobbi Brown, and La Mer....Read More

  • 20. Bahama Sol

    Stop here to pick up brightly designed batik cotton Androsia fabric by the yard ($16.95) or sewn into sarongs, dresses, blouses, and men's shirts....Read More

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