Must-see shopping in Southern Dalmatia

  • 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

    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

    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

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

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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.

  • 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 Atelier

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

  • Talir

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

  • 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…

  • UnikatART

    Operating from a shed near the ferry wharf, this little place sells colourful art and hand-painted T-shirts and mugs.

  • 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…

  • Break Time

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