Right in the center of the city, visitors will find the most unique Bridgetown shopping venues. What makes them special is the fact that the majority of them are duty-free shops. You can’t ask for better savings! It’s reason enough to visit Bridgetown.
It’s incredible that such a small town boasts so many great shops and even large malls and complexes. This well kept secret is begging to be discovered by curious visitors. Begin your Bridgetown shopping at the Da Costas Mall. Its interesting façade will remind you of an old colonial plantation. But there’s nothing old here where the fashion boutiques are hip and trendy. The tax free establishments stock the latest in elegant china, fragrances, cosmetics and tropical liqueurs. Don’t miss the Baja designs. You’ll definitely be a hit back home.
Harrisons is not really a mall, but it’s so large it may very well be one. It’s the perfect location for Bridgetown shopping and buying everything from swimwear to fine jewelry. And make sure to check out the black coral jewelry. It’s only found in Barbados.
Mall 34 is another fabulous site for Bridgetown shopping. It boasts a great selection of clothing and accessories for the entire family. The souvenir shops are well priced.
Locals enjoy spending their afternoons at the Bridgetown Mall and so will you. It’s somewhat larger than the others and offers a greater selection of shops. If you’re in need of a break, the food court has interesting choices in Caribbean cuisines.
Every visitor who sees the merchandise at All Tees goes wild. The embroidered T-shirts and Irie Rasta prints are among the best in the island. They stock a wealth of nautical and surfing designer wear. It’s not to be missed for superb Bridgetown shopping.
And if you’re looking for the best in hand made items, the Monkey Pot is the place to go. Local talents who’ve made a name for themselves exhibit their works of art and sell them for reasonable prices. You’ll find ceramics by Julianna, special jewelry made by Andrea Wells and Papier-mâché dolls by Tofifi. They’re the best handicrafts in Bridgetown shopping.
While you’re enjoying your time in Bridgetown, make sure to wear cool and comfortable clothing. At the Cotton Harbour, you’ll find a fine selection of tropical styles. You can even purchase sweat shirts or sweaters for the cool Caribbean nights.
To match your trendy clothing, you’ll want stylish footwear. Don’t miss Sunny Shoes. Everything is hand-made. Browse through the stacks of leather sandals and evening shoes.
For out of the ordinary clothing, you should head out to Flamboya Boutique. Everyone loves the hand-painted and hand-died shirts and skirts. All the shades of green, blue and coral have been inspired by the scenery of the island.
And everyone knows that while shopping in Bridgetown, you’ll need to get your outdoor sportswear. At Hazell’s Water World, visitors can find scuba gear and accessories.
So come and spend a day shopping in Bridgetown - you’ll be amazed at the amount of money you can save.