Martinique

French fragrances; designer clothes, scarves, and sunglasses; fine china and crystal; leather goods; wine (inexpensive at supermarkets); and liquor are all good buys in duty-free Fort-de-France. Purchases are further sweetened by the 20% discount on luxury items when paid for with certain credit cards. Among the items produced on the island, look for bijoux creole (local jewelry, such as hoop earrings and heavy bead necklaces); white, dark, and aged rum; and handcrafted straw goods, pottery, and tapestries.

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  • 1. Antan Lontan

    Art Galleries

    For years Antan Lontan focused on creating sculptures, busts, statuettes, and artistic lamps that portray Creole women and the story of the...Read More

  • 2. Art et Nature

    Art Galleries

    Art et Nature carries unique wood paintings, daubed with 20 to 30 shades of earth and sand. They depict simple Martinican scenes. This dedicated...Read More

  • 3. Galerie de Sophen

    Art Galleries

    Across from the Village Créole, this gallery combines Sophie and Henry, both in name and content. On sale are the originals and limited prints...Read More

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