Owned by the chic Ana Lopez Fando,vintage finds abound in this funky little Calle Alfalfa store. Antik stocks a little bit of everything, but high point is the huge selection of African and Asian jewelry, carpets and fabrics.
Convento de San Leandro
Built after the Reconquista, this convent has been around since the mid-thirteen century. Located in the heart of Old Town Sevilla, the nuns now churn out delicious yemas and other traditional sweets.
This small boutique specializes in women’s and children’s clothing and accessories. The shop sells items by local Seville designers that have a vintage and feminine air.
Located in the heart of old Sevilla, this gorgeous shop stocks a variety of handmade toppers. For a one of a kind buy, pick up their specialty: handmade Andalucían hats that are worn throughout the region.
Located in Seville’s historic center, Mercadillo de Coleccionistas (collectors' market) is an antique lover’s paradise. Vendors sell a variety of vintage stamps, postcards and coins sourced from across the world.
Stocking the latest in micro fashion, this Calle Alvarez shop is a must-stop for anyone with children. With a spread adorable duds for both boys and girls, Nanos also has a cute variety of costumes, toys and swimsuits.
Matadors flock to this tiny shop for beautifully detailed capes, jackets and shoes. The atelier has also dressed Placido Domingo and provided costumes for the New York and London operas.
Run by a friendly, mother-son duo, Populart is the place to go for contemporary ceramics. With wares at every price point, this Aladdin’s cave of treasures is worth a visit.
The Wild West meets Spain in this family-run store. The front houses a variety of handmade leather shoes and brogues, while the back is a horseman’s dream: the company specializes in handmade saddles, stirrups and chaps.
This quaint shop stocks a variety of free-spirited, bohemian jewelry and apparel. With a focus on craftsmanship, everything in the store is handmade by local artisans.