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  • 1. Alfarería Góngora

    All kinds of ceramics are sold here....Read More

  • 2. Alfarería Tito

    The extrovert Juan Tito can often be found at the potter's wheel in his rambling shop, which is packed with ceramics of every size and...Read More

  • 3. Ángela y Adela Taller de Diseño


    Come to this shop for privately fitted and custom-made flamenco dresses....Read More

  • 4. Artesanía Textil

    El Arenal

    You can find blankets, shawls, and embroidered tablecloths woven by local artisans at this textile shop....Read More

  • 5. Artesanías González


    Not far from La Alhambra, this is one of the best and longest-established places to buy taracea on handmade chessboards, boxes, side tables, and coasters....Read More

  • 6. Buffana

    Centro | Jewelry & Watches

    This shop carries handmade hats and caps for all occasions, especially weddings. ...Read More

  • 7. El Jueves

    La Macarena

    This antiques and flea market is held in the Barrio de la Macarena on Thursday morning....Read More

  • 8. El Postigo

    El Arenal

    This permanent arts-and-crafts market opposite El Corte Inglés is open every day except Sunday....Read More

  • 9. Espartería San José


    For wicker baskets and esparto-grass mats and rugs, head to this shop off the Plaza Pescadería....Read More

  • 10. Lola Azahares


    For flamenco wear, this is one of Seville's most highly regarded stores....Read More

  • 11. Luisa Perez y Riu


    Flamenco dresses and all the accessories, designed with a modern touch, are sold at this shop between Calles Sierpes and Cuna....Read More

  • 12. Melchor Tito

    You can see classic green-glazed items—the focus of Melchor Tito's work—being made in his workshops in Calle Valencia and Calle Fuenteseca 17, which are both...Read More

  • 13. Meryan

    This is one of Córdoba's best workshops for embossed leather....Read More

  • 14. Pablo Tito

    Clay sculptures of characters from Don Quixote, fired by Pablo Tito in an old Moorish-style kiln, are the specialty of this studio and shop. There...Read More

  • 15. Plaza del Duque


    A few blocks north of Plaza Nueva, Plaza del Duque has a crafts market Thursday through Saturday....Read More

  • 16. Pleita

    Barrio de Santa Cruz

    This shop sells ceramics in the traditional Seville blue and white, plus handmade esparto grass accessories and bags....Read More

  • 17. Potters' District


    Look for traditional azulejo tiles and other ceramics in the Triana potters' district, on Calle Alfarería, Calle Antillano Campos, and Calle Callao such as Cerámica...Read More

  • 18. Tonelería J. L. Rodríguez

    On Montilla's main road, it is worth stopping here not just to buy barrels and local wines, but also to pop in the back and...Read More

  • 19. Artesanía Textil

    Santa Cruz

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  • 20. Capricho del Artesano


    Typical Granada ceramics—blue-and-green patterns on white, with a pomegranate in the center—are sold at this shop near the cathedral, and it doesn't close at lunchtime....Read More

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