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Marrakech

33 rue Majorelle
Authentic Moroccan designer wares and a true range of prices make 33 rue Majorelle a excellent place to try some of the best Marrakech has to offer...
Ahmed Ait Taleb
Some of the best quality footwear in town and excellent customer service.
Akbar Delights
This upmarket boutique prides itself on luxury fabrics and locally made footwear and accessories.
Akkal
One of the most attractive retail spots in town selling beautiful ceramics local art and top quality fabrics.
Amanjena Boutiques
Designer clothes jewellery and fabrics all by big name designers.
Ambiance & Styles
This eye-catching store houses everything from sofas to bean bags. Shipping service not available.
Art & Deco
The beautiful dark green Ceramic Du Tamgrout is sold here in all shapes and sizes from bowls to lamps they also stock other types of crockery and in other colours.
Art Akhnif
Reasonably priced rugs and Berber classics. A family run business with a good understanding of how much things are worth. A great place to come if you're needing a break from all that haggling.
Artisan El Koutoubia
This shop sells an array of lamps far from the hustle and bustle of the souks it has a more upmarket and professional feel about it.
Atelier Moro
One off designs from all over Morocco ad the rest of the world.
Atika
The perfect shop if you're looking for something other than baboosh's selling sandals trainers and boots.
Azziza
High end traditional designs mainly for women but also stocks suits leather jackets and a few other mens garments.
Bazaar les Palmiers
Although a little pricey you know you're buying quality. English also spoken here.
Beldi
Beldi is one of the best known boutiques in Marrakech - the two brothers who own it bring a contemporary slant on Moroccan clothing
Bellawi
A great selection of bracelets bangles and necklaces made from a range of materials such a precious stones and metals.
Boutique Indigo
A full selection of western clothing by names such as Calvin Klein and Patrizia Pepe
Casa Mangani
A mixture of Mangani designed lamps IN Italian and Moroccan styles with minimalist furniture designs by Soumaya Jalal.
Centre Artisanal
One of the biggest and most popular shopping areas.
Creation et Passementerie
An ever changing collections of clothing and accessories. Traditional yet innovative designs.
Decoriente
European and Moroccan designs at competitive prices.
El Badil
Only authentic antiques sold at this two storey maze of treasures.
El Yasmine Abdelghani
Selling wood and resin cutlery and necklaces one of only a couple of places that his handcrafted products can be bought.
Ensemble Artisanal
Owned by the state this market has a reputation for being the best of it's kind.
Fan wa Nour
Not a spot for budget shoppers but a must for seekers of sleek contemporary one-off home furnishings.
Galere Birkemeyer
Good quality leather and suede goods at affordable prices.
Galerie Mourjana
A huge range of traditional antiques at reasonable prices.
Hassan Makchad
A great place to go if you're looking for gift ideas full to the brim with jewellery boxes notebooks and photo frames.
Interieur 29
Minimalist designs with an ethnic feel.
Jamade
This small but cute space stands out from the other shops selling cheap souvenirs. All hand crafted intricately made gift ideas.
Kainkila Bougage
If you're looking for ornaments and accessories then you've found the right place along with a refreshing cup of mint tea as a bonus.
Kasbek
All to often the shopping experience in Marrakech is a slightly disappointing one. You go into the souk confident of picking up a stylish bargain and come out empty handed - Kasbek is a refreshing change!
Kif Kif
Away from the main body of souks this little shop is the perfect stop off for any last minute gifts.
KIS Boutique
Fresh, light and airy accessories and fashion boutique in the heart of the Medina...
Kulchi
Consistently good clothing and accessories even if a little on the expensive side.
L’Orientaliste
L'Orientaliste laid out over 2 shops has everything from paintings to perfumes.
La Cabane D’Ali Baba
Crammed full of hundreds of types of beads you could easily spend hours rummaging through this small but perfectly formed little shop.
La Maison du Kaftan Marocain
The name says it all; kaftans in all shapes colours and sizes.
La Porte d’Orient
With the front room specialising in wood the private room through the back hold many more treasures.
Lalla
Lalla is THE place to go for beautiful handbags, purses and silk pouches by Laetitia Trouillet. With a Notting Hill pedigree the store is suitably chic.
Lunart Gallery
This long established store is renowned for it's antique designs and strong ethnic feel.

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