Seychelles, an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, is a serene but fun-packed paradise. Observing the arrival of countless tourists from around the world, many businesses, especially shopping outlets have set up operations here in the recent past. We have mentioned some of them below.
Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clarke Market
Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clarke Market is a spectacularly colourful market in. It turns into an important point for watching locals and their regular way of life. Besides fresh fruits, fish, vegetables, and spices, souvenirs are also available at attractive prices. On Saturday mornings, the Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clarke Market is quite crowded. So, plan your day accordingly.
As the name suggests, Eden Plaza is situated in the Eden Island. It is known for its architectural masterpiece. The different shops, restaurants, and business services cater to people of different tastes and preferences. Commercial brands such as Airtel, Fabrice Gifts, Visioncare, and The Havanna can be found here. Focusing on the facilities, wheelchair ramps, fully functional lifts, and bathrooms have been developed.
Super Outdoor Market at Beau Vallon Beach
The Super Outdoor Market at Beau Vallon Beach comes up every Wednesday at noon and on the last Saturday of the month at 6 PM. At least 50 vendors put up booths selling local food, drinks, jewellery, t-shirts, trinkets, and a host of other reasonably priced goods. It’s an amazing experience to sample the local flavours as you move from booth to booth.
Bazar Ovan offers an excellent opportunity to the ones who wish to participate in the true celebration of the pulsating Seychellois Creole culture. The foot-tapping rhythm of Creole music ensures an enjoyable time. Tourists as well as locals can mingle with each other and have a great time at the Bazaar Ovan.
Kreol Art Collection Shop
Kreol Art Collection Shop is a small curio shop near an old cemetery in L’Union. It sells shells, sarongs, vanilla tea, vanilla pods, and the renowned La Digue vanilla essence. This place is perfect for souvenir hunting and you can save a substantial amount of money by bargaining. The Kreol Art Collection Shop remains open to the public from 9 AM to 5 PM.