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  • 1. Lilamand Confiseur

    Other Specialty Store

    Much more than just a sweets shop, this historical confiseur dates back to 1866 and is in its fifth generation of family ownership on the...Read More

  • 2. Antiquités Dervieux

    Antiques & Collectibles

    Since 1886, the Dervieux family has specialized in antique Provençal furniture. Learn how the smallest of details can distinguish a panetieres...Read More

  • 3. Boutique Actuel B


    There's always room in your suitcase for another small handbag, scarf, or pair of shoes. The problem is choosing from this shop's cutting-edge...Read More

  • 4. Christallerie Alban Gaillard


    Colorful, whimsical, elegant—these sculptural creations of handblown glass range from exquisite perfume flacons and decorative paperweights...Read More

  • 5. Christian Lacroix


    You'll find Lacroix's exuberant scarves, accessories, and colorful sunglasses (Jackie O herself once bought a pair here) and a colorful selection...Read More

  • 6. Joël Durand Chocolatier


    Known for his creamy ganaches, Joël Durand carries a range of gourmet chocolates, nut creams, toffee, and marmalades made in Provence from tree...Read More

  • 7. L'Occitane

    Other Specialty Store

    Having put Provence on the worldwide fragrance map, it's fun to shop close to where it all began. The products here are still made in nearby...Read More

  • 8. La Botte Camarguaise

    Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    If only to check out the bootmaster's moustache, pop 'round to this old-school workshop. Cowboys and country dancers have been coming to Patrick...Read More

  • 9. Le Château du Bois


    This boutique specializes in a huge range of pure, plant-based cosmetics from Le Château du Bois, one of Provence's oldest and most venerable...Read More

  • 10. Les Halles


    This permanent covered market is at the heart of the city and puts on a mouthwatering show of olives, fresh fish, cheeses, and produce. ...Read More

  • 11. Les Olivades


    Regional fabric is available at every turn, including this boutique, Provence's home style central, with tastefully designed drapes, throw pillows...Read More

  • 12. Maison Villaret


    The longtime local favorite boulangerie-patisserie Villaret is the best place to buy Nîmes's other specialty: jaw-breaking croquants (roasted...Read More

  • 13. Raymond


    This is the only commercial maker of authentic brandade, Nîmes's signature salt-cod-and-olive-oil paste. It's paddled fresh into a plastic...Read More

  • 14. Souleiado


    This well-stocked boutique has a good selection of fabrics, linens for the table, and clothes for men and women. ...Read More

  • 15. La Boutique des Jardins

    Household Items/Furniture

    At La Boutique des Jardins, Françoise Gérin displays the booty she trolls on her Asian and African travels, from Egyptian cottons to Indian...Read More

  • 16. Les Olivades


    Les Olivades has beautiful displays of delightful Provençal fabrics. ...Read More

  • 17. Maison Chave


    Though the charming terra-cotta folk miniatures called santons originate from around Marseille, the Maison Chave, across from the Arena, is...Read More

  • 18. Souleiado


    The quintessentially Provençal boutique, Souleiado has high-end fashions, fabrics, housewares, and linens, all made in Provence. ...Read More

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