I visited La Petite Cave de Saint-Paul, a small, basement wine shop selling a lovely selection of wines from Provence (some Were Quite exclusive Including wine from The Vineyards of the Modern art museum), sommelier gave me his discoveries collection of the great wines of France perfectly preserved in the downstairs room which dates from the 14th century! Fascinating!
What to buy: Wines from France, Spirits, Liquors...
What to pay: 5 to 1000 euros!
A cute little artisan shop, Atelier Tholance presents exquisite hand painted porcelains and ceramics produced right on the premises.
What to buy: Each piece is original, dated and signed by the artist. A wide choice includes vases, dishes, plates and old fashioned pitchers in delicate pastel colours with a flowery"Provençal" style.
They also have oil paintings and water colours (I bought one) on display.
Saint-Paul was 'discovered' by many artists in the 19th century, and the village today is faithful in supporting local artists and craftsmen. Most of the shops are individual artists' studios, and boutiques carrying local craft and products.
There is a wonderful vintage clothing and accessories shop, too, and an olivier, where you can sample the regional olives.
What to buy:
Sculptures, paintings & other works of art can be found here
Also local food & drink products
What to pay: obviously not the cheapest spot on earth
Incredible number of art galleries and shopping! Saint Paul is famous for art (Chagalle's buried here) and so lot of painters and collecters come here.
What to buy: Painters...
What to pay: A lot :)