Top Choice Ceramics in Safi

Poterie Serghini

Safi's famed ceramics are showcased in this huge shop and gallery near Bab Chaaba. English-speaking owner Mehdi Serghini is the seventh generation of a famous family of potters and is happy to show visitors his pers…
Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Essaouira

Espace Othello

Fantastic private gallery selling work by established and up-and-coming artists.
Market in Casablanca

Souq Habous

Shopping isn't a highlight in Casablanca, but those wanting to snaffle a few souvenirs should head to the attractive but pricey souq in the streets east of the central roundabout in the Quartier Habous. Shops sell b…
Arts & Crafts in Essaouira

Coopérative Tamounte

An excellent all-female cooperative selling argan-oil lotions and cosmetics (some medicinal), woodwork and ceramics. It's in a dingy passageway and can be a bit hard to find – look for the 'Commerce Équitable à la C…
Homewares in Essaouira

Le Comptoir Oriental

Describing itself as an 'oriental vintage chic bazar', this homeware shop in an old apartment sells a heavily curated range of furniture, textiles, glassware, ceramics and handicrafts. Ring the bell for entrance and…
Homewares in Essaouira

Az Zahr

French-owned and trés chic, this hybrid homeware shop and salon du thé next to the Institut Français stocks textiles, ceramics and objets d'art.
Food in Essaouira

Le Coin des Saveurs

Concept store selling food products sourced from quality local suppliers and stocking a range of spices, jams and oils, as well as some artisan-made homeware.
Cosmetics in Northern Atlantic Coast

Coopérative Al Amal

This cooperative approximately 70km south of Essaouira in Tamanar produces and sells quality argan-oil products including foodstuffs and cosmetics.
Arts & Crafts in Essaouira

Woodcarving Workshops

Essaouira is well known for its woodwork and plenty of wooden products are available at this string of shops beneath the Skala de la Ville.
Arts & Crafts in Essaouira

Coopérative Artisanale des Marqueteurs

Come to this cooperative in an impasse (dead-end lane) off Place Moulay Hassan for a wonderful range of wooden items.