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. Artisanat & Poterie des Trois-Îlets

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    This complex lets you watch the creation of Arawak- and Carib-style pots, vases, and jars. On the site of an old Jesuit compound, this group...Read More

  • 2. Bois Nature

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    This place is all about mood and mystique and eco-sensitivity. Gift items at Bois Nature begin with scented soap, massage oil, aromatherapy...Read More

  • 3. Caz' Art

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    This is one of those artsy souvenir shops that is so chockablock full that you are fascinated, amazed at every turn. Now there are many small...Read More

  • 4. Atelier Céramique

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    On display at Atelier Céramique are the ceramics, paintings, and miscellaneous souvenirs of the owners, David and Jeannine England, who are...Read More

  • 5. Galerie Jecy

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    At Galerie Jecy, owner Stephanie designs fanciful, colorful metalwork; her island themes include starfish, octopus, geckos, and impressive billfish...Read More

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