Notice how Sue is smiling in all these photos? Sue is very patient with me because I'm not much of a shopper but she finally found a shop that interested her as we were about to wrap up things in Vejer de la Frontera. It was only fair that she should be able to indulge herself a bit (after all, I got to see Cabo da Trafalgar), so I was quite content to take a quick look at this shop and then wander around a bit in the streets outside Bazar Plazuela while Sue did her thing.
What to buy: There were no pressure sales tactics, so Sue had a good time checking out various items both inside and outside this shop. Eventually she found a nice brown scarf that pleased her and it was quite reasonably priced too (after all, we would soon be returning to what turned out to be one of Canada's coldest winters)!
What to pay: Quite a range - it just depends on what you are looking for.
While in Vejer de la Frontera, Carmen and I just had to check out PACO FRANCIS, next to the Divine Salvador Church (atrio de la Parroquia del Divino Salvador). It carried beautiful ceramics (Ceramica), various handicrafts ( artesania Vejeriega ), children's flamenco dresses, souvenirs, post-cards, etc.
In most of the souvenir shops you will find this andalusian tiles used for decoration and as a souvenir. Some have drawings, some have letters with which to form words and most are of arabic origins.