Gifts & Souvenirs in Dubrovnik


Selling 'wonderful items made by Croatians', KAWA combines an inviting, smart interior with a heartfelt appreciation of Croatian artisans and culture. From wines and craft beers to jewellery, clothing, homewares and…
Cosmetics in Dubrovnik

House of Nature

This natural cosmetics shop is likely the best smelling place in the old town. All the products here are handmade with ingredients grown at the owner’s family estate on the island of Korčula. From tanning oils to fa…
Fashion & Accessories in Zagreb


This tiny studio-shop on a quiet Upper Town street turns out gorgeous handmade leather bags and accessories like wallets, belts and even flip-flops. The elegant, chic yet quirky bags are crafted with all-Croatian ma…
Market in Trogir

Small Loggia

This small historic open-sided market, pressed up against the town walls, is still used by street traders, although these days they mainly deal in jewellery. It's a good place to buy interesting pieces showcasing lo…
Books in Korčula Town

Kutak Knjiga

It's a mystery how they cram books written in Croatian, English, French, Spanish, Czech, Italian, German, Polish, Swedish and Mandarin into such a small place. They stock a good selection of Croatian classics transl…
Food & Drinks in Split


For a little place Uje stocks a large range of top-quality Croatian olive oil, along with locally made jam, pasta sauce, rakija (brandy), wine, soap and wooden products.
Market in Dubrovnik

Gundulić Square Market

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

Studio Naranča

Showcasing the work of local artist Pavo Majić, this little store sells original art and very cool T-shirts, tote bags and postcards featuring his designs.
Market in Zagreb


Croatia's largest and most colourful flea market, a huge space packed with everything from car parts and antique furniture to clothes, records and kitchenware. All goods are secondhand, of course, and bargaining is …
Fashion & Accessories in Zagreb


When you walk up cobbled Radićeva street, stop by the buzzer that says ‘press for champagne’ and let yourself into an otherworldly designer shop where silk, satin and lace dresses are handmade on site. The owners, s…