Must-see shopping in Dubrovnik

  • View of KAWA front



    Selling 'wonderful items made by Croatians', this very cool design store sells everything from wines and craft beers to jewellery, clothing, homewares and…

  • Terra Croatica interior

    Terra Croatica Dubrovnik


    A welcome interlude in a streak of shops with cheesy souvenirs and Game of Thrones paraphernalia, Terra Croatica wears its Authentically Croatian Souvenir…

  • UJE front facade seen from Stradun



    Uje specialises in olive oils, along with a wide range of other locally produced epicurean delights, including some excellent jams, pickled capers, local…

  • The entrance to Medusa shop from Prijeko street



    This self-described 'charming shop for charming people' sells locally produced soaps, flavoured salt, rakija (grappa), neckties, objects made from Brač…

  • Entrance to Studio Aplika

    Studio Aplika


    Interesting printed T-shirts, bags, jewellery, ceramics and art, some of it made on-site.

  • Algebra


    This high-ceilinged space near the clock tower stocks books, gifts and souvenirs. Of special mention is an ample selection of literature in English,…

  • Craft & Stones


    This little treasure-trove is a dream come true for a local stonemason-artisan couple. Pero carves local limestone into salt and pepper shakers, candle…

  • Moje Tezoro


    Bringing ‘eclectic’ to a new level, this treasure trove stocks antiques from different periods, with some pieces a few centuries old. The curious…

  • Algebra bookshop front



    Among Croatian literature stacked floor-to-ceiling, this bookworm’s treasure trove stocks guides, regional history books and international best-sellers in…

  • Gallery Sebastian is by the Dominican Monastery

    Sebastian Art


    The interior of the 15th-century St Sebastian Church is the backdrop for displays of Croatian art in various forms, from sculpture to paintings and prints…

  • Two Clara Stones spaces sit across the street from each other

    Clara Stones Jewellery


    Split across two spaces facing each other across the lane, Clara Stones is all about appreciation of red Adriatic coral. The bold jewellery designs often…

  • The view of Judaica shop and Photo studio Placa entrances

    Judaica Gift Shop


    Next to the synagogue, this split-level shop sells Dubrovnik-themed Judaica souvenirs in the lower part, such as kippahs, mezuzahs, cups, magnets and…

  • Christmas shop as seen from Od Puča st.

    Christmas Shop


    If you've ever worked in retail at Christmas, spare a thought for the staff of this quirky nostalgia-ridden shop who have to endure 'All I Want For…

  • Modni Kantun entrance

    Croatian Fashion Design


    Tightly packed with women's clothing, accessories and jewellery, this is your window to the world of established and upcoming Croatian fashion designers…

  • Old Pharmacy sits before the gates to the Franciscan Monastery

    Franciscan Pharmacy


    Call into the Franciscan monastery for the novelty of shopping at the third-oldest still-functioning pharmacy in Europe. It's been in business since 1317…

  • House of Nature sits across from the Synagogue

    House of Nature


    This natural cosmetics shop is likely the best smelling place in the old town. All the products here – from facial creams to body scrubs – are handmade…

  • UJE sits on Od Puca street



    Gourmands will have a field day with this assortment of Croatian delights, from awarded olive oils and acclaimed local wines to marmalades and sweets. The…

  • The entrance to Stjepko Art gallery & atelier

    Stjepko Art


    Colourful canvases featuring fish and Dubrovnik scenes are the hallmarks of local artist Stjepko Mamić, as featured in this little commercial gallery and…

  • Pomalo front entrance



    A must-stop for foodies, Pomalo features a handpicked selection of Croatian delicacies, from gelato to a variety of craft beers, wines and liquors. The…

  • Dubravka 1836 Gift Shop is hard to miss just before the old town Pile Gate

    Dubravka 1836


    Hard to miss on the square just before the Pile Gate, Dubravka sells fine Croatian souvenirs such as Art Go’den leather accessories, Croata scarves and…

  • Tilda Dubrovnik entrance is easily spotted in Zlatarska street

    Tilda Dubrovnik


    From handmade hats and original jewellery to clothing and accessories with embroidered details, this longstanding mother-daughter venture shows a love for…

  • Gundulić square market in the fall

    Grad Market


    Stallholders sell mainly produce, local artisanal products and crafts at this open-air market. In summer traditional craft sellers stick around until late…

  • The front of Dubrovnik Treasures shop

    Dubrovnik Treasures


    An Aussie-born, Croatian-bred, locally based brother-and-sister team is behind this treasure trove of very cool, well-crafted, handmade, contemporary…

  • Peter Dinklage Statue and the Throne at Dubrovnik City Shop

    Dubrovnik City Shop


    Call in for your essential Game of Thrones merchandise – or just to pose on the Iron Throne and get a selfie with the Peter Dinklage statue.

  • Entrance to Vina Miličić wine shop

    Vina Miličić


    A good representation of local varieties produced by the Miličić winery sits bottle-to-bottle with champagne, sparkling wines and top-shelf liquor.

  • Romana Milutin Fabris atelier

    Romana Atelier


    A showcase for the colourful Dubrovnik-themed canvases (and painting-inspired souvenirs) of local artist Romana Milutin.

  • Two Talir spaces sit across from one another



    Original artworks by established local artists are presented in two spaces sitting across the street from one another.

  • View of Gruž market from across the street

    Gruž Market


    Dubrovnik's main outdoor produce market sells fruit and vegetables, meat, fish, flowers and potted plants.

  • Gligora Wine & Cheese


    Foodies are likely to have heard of the famous cheese from Pag island. This outlet of Gligora cheesemakers is packed with their award-winning sheep and…

  • Ivo Grbić house from Široka street

    Ivo Grbić Art


    Ivo Grbić has been producing art since the 1950s, making a name for himself with illustrations on folkloric subjects. His studio is now mainly…

  • The front of Break Time shop

    Break Time


    Appealing to your inner sailor, this quirky shop features handmade, nautical-themed bracelets, necklaces and keychains: think waterproof ropes, stainless…

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