Visit Michael Adams' studio, where silkscreen prints burst with the vivid life of the forests. They are irresistible and highly collectable, so bring plenty of rupees if you're thinking of buying. Even if you don't …
Perhaps the best boutique on Praslin, Kreolor at the entrance to Vallée de Mai sells artfully designed wooden crafts (many in the shape of the coco de mer), jewellery and other tasteful souvenirs.
This eclectic place is part antique showroom, part museum, and it's worth picking through the treasure on offer – when we visited it included local driftwood, a framed photo of a youthful Duke of Edinburgh and all m…
The Domaine de Val des Prés at Anse aux Pins consists of a cluster of craft shops grouped around an old plantation house with a few bits of memorabilia. The rather motley assortment of crafts on offer includes mode…
If you want to buy a coco fesse (the fruit of the coco de mer palm), head to the Seychelles Island Foundation, which has some stock and will issue you the required export permit. Be prepared to fork out about €200.
This British-born artist creates some truly amazing bronze sculptures and his works are increasingly being commissioned for public places, such as the Liberty Monument in Victoria.
Antonio Filippin's somewhat risqué woodcarvings and quirky studio, Art Arc, are perched on a hill between Anse Gouvernement and Anse Soleil.
Gerard Devoud's eye-goggling paintings are sure to enliven your bedroom. His studio is at Valmer Resort, but opening hours can vary.
This large showroom sells local artworks and photography, framed and unframed, with mostly prints and the occasional original work.
This small gallery sells prints and original works from George Camille, one of the country's most beloved painters.