Antibes Shopping

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  • These little babes are only €4-6m
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    Balade En Provence: Souvenirs with reasonable prices

    by Elainehead Written Sep 1, 2010

    A friend of mine bought some Provence herbs one time (cheapest place at the time), so I came here to check out their prices.
    I ended buying a pack of 4 Lavender sachets for 2€50. I've already seen the same product being sold elsewhere for 4€!!!
    You will find mostly things for the house/kitchen, from soaps to chocolate/candies.

    What to buy: Provence souvenirs.

    Related to:
    • Arts and Culture
    • Women's Travel
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

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    Balade En Provence: Souvenirs with reasonable prices

    by Elainehead Written Sep 1, 2010

    A friend of mine bought some Provence herbs one time (cheapest place at the time), so I came here to check out their prices.
    I ended buying a pack of 4 Lavender sachets for 2€50. I've already seen the same product being sold elsewhere for 4€!!!
    You will find mostly things for the house/kitchen, from soaps to chocolate/candies.

    What to buy: Provence souvenirs.

    Related to:
    • Women's Travel
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
    • Arts and Culture

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    Tout à 5 euros: Cheap souvenirs T-shirts/sweatshirts

    by Elainehead Updated Sep 1, 2010

    The name of the shop tells it all: "Everything at 5 Euros". It's a great place to buy souvenirs for family/friends. You will find kids and adults clothing for 5 Euros each article. However, it will be a bit hard to spot the shop's name, because it's hidden by their sunblind. There's usually a rack of clothing on the sidewalk with everything at 5 Euros, so it won't be hard to find it.

    What to buy: I think the best deal was a sweatshirt for 5 Euros. When I went there, there were mostlly Saint Paul de Vence t-shirts.

    What to pay: 5 Euros each article. If you pay by credit card, you will have to go (with the shop lady and your purchase) to their other shop ("Christian V" just across the street) to use their credit card machine.

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    • Family Travel
    • Budget Travel

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    Best vintage bag shop ever!

    by snowball21 Written Dec 27, 2008

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    If you like vintage handbags, this place makes the trip to the South of France worthwhile on its own. It's two rooms filled top to bottom with the most fantastic array of bags to suit all budgets - from cute little wicker ones for 20EUR, up to amazing crocodileskin holdalls that I didn't dare check the price on... Just fantastic!

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    Cache and Vespa ooolala: Charming shopping district

    by Marinel Written Jan 10, 2005

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    The first store that my traveling partner venture to while I was waiting in the train station was a Vespa shop (I am assuming). I was left to the dogs of boardom to ripped on my brain while watching over the laugage and all the peddling winos, but security at the train station is very tight and (cute) so I felt safe. ; )

    What to buy: Cloths, the french rRiviera has the latest fashions and the most beautiful selection of cloths, perfumes and make-up and jewelry a girls paradise.

    What to pay: The Euro is stronger than the dollar so be prepare to spend, spend, spend!!!

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    Aux Delices Antibois: Buy the best Croissant in Antibes

    by Doug767 Written May 3, 2006

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    Boulangerie - Patisserie
    This Boulangerie takes some beating, they have the best Croissants in Antibes, a wonderful choice of bread and pastry's, delicious cakes.... mnnnnn
    (closed on Monday)

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    Yatch-brokers International: Excusez-moi. C'est combien, le yatch?

    by NiceLife Updated Jul 3, 2004

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    What to buy: Err...a boat?

    What to pay: For anything worth putting on your sailing shoes for, €1m-€100m, depending on size. Plus allow 10% a year maintenance cost - more if you actually want to use it.

    These little babes are only ���4-6m

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