The island has a lot of desirable French products, from designer fashions for women and men and sensual lingerie to French china and liqueurs. As for local handicrafts, you can find attractive wood carvings, madras table linens, island dolls dressed in madras, woven straw baskets and hats, and salakos—fishermen's hats made of split bamboo, some covered in madras—which make great wall decorations. Of course, the favorite Guadeloupean souvenir is rum. Look for rhum vieux, the top of the line. Be aware that the only liquor bottles allowed on planes have to be bought in the duty-free shops at the airport. Usually the shops have to deliver purchases to the aircraft. For foodies, the market ladies sell aromatic fresh spices, crisscrossed with cinnamon sticks, in little baskets lined with madras.

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  • 1. L'Atelier du Savon


    L'Atelier du Savon makes all of its soaps from vegetable products, with scents including marine spice and mandarin orange. Beautifully packaged...Read More

  • 2. La Suite


    This classy boutique is something that you might expect to find in St. Barth or St. Martin, not on the out-island of Marie-Galante. It is a...Read More

  • 3. Au Bonheur des Dames


    In addition to its own perfumes, Au Bonheur des Dames sells several different lines of cosmetics and skin-care products. ...Read More

  • 4. L'Artisan Parfumeur


    You'll find top French and American brands as well as tropical scents at L'Artisan Parfumeur. ...Read More

  • 5. Vendôme


    Guadeloupe's exclusive purveyor of Stendhal and Germaine Monteil cosmetics is Vendôme. ...Read More

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