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  • 1. Antica Dolceria Bonajuto

    Bonajuto is the oldest chocolate producer in town, dating from 1880. This busy shop on Modica Bassa's main street lets you sample many varieties of...

    Bonajuto is the oldest chocolate producer in town, dating from 1880. This busy shop on Modica Bassa's main street lets you sample many varieties of their delightful product before you buy, and also makes renowned cannoli and candied orange peel.

    Corso Umberto I 159, Modica, Sicily, 97015, Italy
    0932-941225
  • 2. Antica Fabbrica di Ceramica La Giara

    One of the oldest ceramic factories in Sicily, La Giara sells a bit of everything from souvenirs to more substantial pieces of art. In their...

    One of the oldest ceramic factories in Sicily, La Giara sells a bit of everything from souvenirs to more substantial pieces of art. In their impressive showroom, you will find every possible style of Sicilian ceramics, from basic terra-cotta to elaborate hand-painted Baroque designs as well as large pieces of furniture. Still run by the same family that originally founded the factory, the quality and artistry of the pieces are guaranteed by many generations of experience. They also ship worldwide.

    Via Nazionale 96/102, Santo Stefano di Camastra, Sicily, 98077, Italy
    0921-331879
  • 3. Ortygia Street Market

    Ortygia

    This historic food market is still the daily shopping center for residents of Ortigia and mainland Siracusa. Seafood stalls display the catch of the day,...

    This historic food market is still the daily shopping center for residents of Ortigia and mainland Siracusa. Seafood stalls display the catch of the day, ranging from local clams that you'll find in most restaurants to sea urchins that normally only appear on the more expensive menus. Even in the colder months, the vegetable and fruit stalls are still vibrant and inviting. One thing to look out for is the local Pachino tomato. It has protected status and can be found fresh, dried, or reduced to a gloriously intense thick paste used in pasta. Intertwined within the stalls are several local bars where you can rest and take in the hustle and bustle of local Italian food culture. The market is open every day except for Sunday, from 7 am to 1:45 pm.

    Vicolo Bagnara, Siracusa, Sicily, 96100, Italy
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  • 4. Outdoor Fish and Food Market

    Beginning behind the Fontana Amenano at the corner of Piazza Duomo and spreading westward between Via Garibaldi and Via Transito, this is one of Italy's...

    Beginning behind the Fontana Amenano at the corner of Piazza Duomo and spreading westward between Via Garibaldi and Via Transito, this is one of Italy's most memorable markets. It's a feast for the senses, with ricotta, fresh produce, endless varieties of meats, thousands of just-caught fish (some still wriggling), plus a symphony of vendor shouts to fill the ears. The market is at its best in early morning and finishes up around 1 pm. It's open every day except Sunday.

    Corner of Piazza Duomo, Catania, Sicily, Italy
  • 5. A'Biddikkia

    Panarea native and stylist Giovanna Mandarano captures the vitality of the island with her women's clothing and accessories line that's known for bold prints, flowing...

    Panarea native and stylist Giovanna Mandarano captures the vitality of the island with her women's clothing and accessories line that's known for bold prints, flowing fabrics, and lots and lots of color. Though there are now multiple locations throughout Sicily and in Rome, the original Panarea location, which opened in 2006, remains the heart of the collection. This is your go-to boutique for the effortlessly chic style that the island is known for.

    Via Comunale Mare, Panarea, Sicily, 98050, Italy
    333-8551318
  • 6. Ballarò Market

    Albergheria

    Wind your way through the Albergheria district and this historic market, where the Saracens did their shopping in the 11th century—joined by the Normans in...

    Wind your way through the Albergheria district and this historic market, where the Saracens did their shopping in the 11th century—joined by the Normans in the 12th. The market's name is said to come from nearby Monreale, named Bahlara when Arab traders resided there, and it remains faithful to their original commerce of fruit, vegetables, and grain. These days the stalls are dotted with bars and outdoor restaurants where you can sample the produce, but the market has lost none of its authenticity—just keep a close eye on your belongings in the crowd. And go early: the action dies out by 4 pm most days.

    Ballarò Market, Palermo, Sicily, Italy
  • 7. Casa 3 Archi

    French artist Elise Collet Soravito has made Alicudi her home, and in her studio, she creates chunky, colorful jewelry, pottery, and paintings inspired by the...

    French artist Elise Collet Soravito has made Alicudi her home, and in her studio, she creates chunky, colorful jewelry, pottery, and paintings inspired by the island, from lemon still-lifes to landscapes. Shopping is a very rudimentary experience (there's no storefront per se), but you can arrange a visit to see her work and pick up handcrafted souvenirs of your stay. 

    Casa 3 Archi, Alicudi, Sicily, Italy
    345-4652578
  • 8. Ceramica Ericina

    Among Italians, Erice is known for the quality and delicate floral designs of its majolica ceramics, well represented in this ceramics store off Piazza San...

    Among Italians, Erice is known for the quality and delicate floral designs of its majolica ceramics, well represented in this ceramics store off Piazza San Domenico, one of the best in town.

    Via Gian Filippa Guarnotti 20, Erice, Sicily, 91016, Italy
    0923-869126
  • 9. Ceramiche d'arte Antonino Piscitello Maioliche S. Stefano

    This local ceramics factory and producer has been around since 1683 and is still a family business. The showroom is filled with unique hand-painted pieces...

    This local ceramics factory and producer has been around since 1683 and is still a family business. The showroom is filled with unique hand-painted pieces that reflect the history and artistry of the town. The owner is often at the showroom and has been known to hand-wrap plates, cups, and other souvenirs.

    Via Nazionale 110, Santo Stefano di Camastra, Sicily, 98077, Italy
    0921-331089
  • 10. Colomba Shop

    Giovanna Colomba is the creative force behind this store near the hydrofoil port, where typical Sicilian motifs and artifacts are given a vibrant new style....

    Giovanna Colomba is the creative force behind this store near the hydrofoil port, where typical Sicilian motifs and artifacts are given a vibrant new style. There is no single theme to the choice of objects on sale, which include eye-catching handbags decorated with citrus fruits, flamboyant ceramics, colorful cushions, and T-shirts with floral designs, but all share a very Sicilian exuberance as well as respect for local tradition and quality of manufacture.

    Corso Italia 19, Trapani, Sicily, 91100, Italy
    388-1926471
  • 11. Corso Umberto

    The primary passage between Taormina's two imposing gates (Porta Messina and Porta Catania) is a pedestrian-only thoroughfare lined with both locally owned boutiques and massive...

    The primary passage between Taormina's two imposing gates (Porta Messina and Porta Catania) is a pedestrian-only thoroughfare lined with both locally owned boutiques and massive international chains. During the height of summer, it can be an untenable traffic jam of foot traffic, but in the shoulder seasons, it's a lovely quick stroll for shopping and stops for coffee at area cafés.

    Corso Umberto, Taormina, Sicily, Italy
  • 12. Cristiana

    Exquisitely handcrafted jewelry is available at this shop on the main Corso, much of it using the coral for which Sciacca is famous. Buy from...

    Exquisitely handcrafted jewelry is available at this shop on the main Corso, much of it using the coral for which Sciacca is famous. Buy from the examples on display here or work together with the exciting young designer Cristiana Turano Campello to create something to your exact tastes.

    Corso Vittorio Emanuele 175, Sciacca, Sicily, 92019, Italy
    329-6817596
  • 13. Enoteca Le 3 Botti

    Owners Filippo and Jelena welcome shoppers into their well-stocked enoteca as if they are inviting friends into their home. In this little spot just outside...

    Owners Filippo and Jelena welcome shoppers into their well-stocked enoteca as if they are inviting friends into their home. In this little spot just outside the city center, they stock one of the area's best selections of Etna and Sicilian wines as well as boutique amari, Etna-distilled gins, and a whole wall of sparkling wine. Rely on their expertise to navigate the offerings. The couple knows every bottle in the shop and never tries a gratuitous upsell. 

    Via Vincenzo Giuffrida 176/D, Catania, Sicily, 95125, Italy
    095-2867419
  • 14. Enoteca Picone

    Libertà

    The best wineshop in town has been family run for four generations and stocks a fantastic selection of Sicilian and national wines. Although service can...

    The best wineshop in town has been family run for four generations and stocks a fantastic selection of Sicilian and national wines. Although service can be curt, you can taste a selection of wines by the glass in the front of the store. There are tables in the back, where meats and cheeses are also served.

    Via Marconi 36, Palermo, Sicily, 90141, Italy
    091-331300
  • 15. Folk

    For a more pop art take on traditional Sicilian ceramics, visit Folk, a little boutique and gallery run by artist Magda Masano. You'll find iconic...

    For a more pop art take on traditional Sicilian ceramics, visit Folk, a little boutique and gallery run by artist Magda Masano. You'll find iconic ceramic pinecones and teste di Moro (a ubiquitous pair of heads) in vibrant colors such as emerald green, lilac, or turquoise. Additionally, there are kitchenwares like plates, spoon rests, and cheese boards, all made of lava stone.

    Via San Michele 17--19, Catania, Sicily, 95131, Italy
    392-2075505
  • 16. I Dolci di Nonna Vincenza

    The selection of almond-based delights here may be small, but everything is fresh and phenomenally good. Ask for boxes of mixed cookies by weight, add...

    The selection of almond-based delights here may be small, but everything is fresh and phenomenally good. Ask for boxes of mixed cookies by weight, add in some marzipan treats dedicated to Catania's patron, Sant'Agata, and enjoy the grab-bag selection at your leisure later. International shipping is available. This is the original and most historic location, but other stores can be found on Via San Giuseppe la Rena and Piazza Mancini Battaglia.

    Piazza San Placido 7, Catania, Sicily, 95124, Italy
    095-7151844
  • 17. I Peccatucci di Mamma Andrea

    Libertà

    The charming "Mamma Andrea's Small Sins" sells a plethora of mouthwatering original creations, including jams, preserves, chocolates, and Sicilian treats like the superb marzipan frutta...

    The charming "Mamma Andrea's Small Sins" sells a plethora of mouthwatering original creations, including jams, preserves, chocolates, and Sicilian treats like the superb marzipan frutta martorana (fruits and vegetables).

    Via Principe di Scordia 67, Palermo, Sicily, 90139, Italy
    091-6111654
  • 18. Il Sandalo Caprese

    The classic Capri sandal has been part of the Italian summer uniform since the 1960s, and icons like Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot, Sophia Loren, and...

    The classic Capri sandal has been part of the Italian summer uniform since the 1960s, and icons like Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot, Sophia Loren, and Anita Ekberg ensured its enduring legacy. Stop into the Taormina outpost to have a pair custom-made.

    Corso Umberto 173, Taormina, Sicily, 98039, Italy
    094-2626360
  • 19. Improntibarre Handcraft & Design Laboratory

    Of the numerous ceramic shops in Caltagirone's old center, this one 13 steps up Caltagirone's fabled ceramic staircase is one of the best, selling eye-catching...

    Of the numerous ceramic shops in Caltagirone's old center, this one 13 steps up Caltagirone's fabled ceramic staircase is one of the best, selling eye-catching work with a modern aesthetic that is inspired by the town's long artisan tradition.

    Scala Santa Maria del Monte 5, Caltagirone, Sicily, 95041, Italy
    0933-24427
  • 20. Mercato del Capo

    Capo

    Umbrella-covered stands crowd the narrow streets along Via Porta Carini and Via Beati Paoli, which are soon clogged with locals stopping to check out the...

    Umbrella-covered stands crowd the narrow streets along Via Porta Carini and Via Beati Paoli, which are soon clogged with locals stopping to check out the daily fresh catch or haggle over household items at this traditional market. Less touristed than Palermo's other famous food markets, the atmosphere is lively without feeling showy, and there are excellent street food options tucked along the main artery—particularly the unmissable arancini at Da Arianna, a low-key eatery in the heart of the market.

    Via Porta Carini, Palermo, Sicily, 90134, Italy

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