Best Shopping

From all the shops and stores in a city, 10Best narrows the options to those places with the most appeal and the best offerings. We deliver a carefully vetted selection to let you explore Nevis shopping on your own. If time is really tight, though, and you don't have the leisure to look through all our offerings, we present our Best Shopping list for Nevis. Here, we distill the best businesses down to a special selection of ten. These places promise a stellar experience and a taste of the city that you just can't miss.

Colorful art gallery showcases Caribbean-style creative works and handcrafted sculpture and pottery pieces. In the evenings, the café showcases films from around the World. There is also a delicious menu of breakfast and lunch café items and...  Read More

Newcastle Pottery

Creative collective in the Newcastle section of the island uses old world techniques to hand blow and form glass bowls. The bowls are shaped over fires in coconut husks while visitors can look on and enjoy the time-honored creative traditions....  Read More

Island Hopper

Main Street Charlestown shop sells vibrant and traditional clothing as well as beachwear and collectible items. The prices are very good for the variety of merchandise sold here, and shoppers on a daytrip into town will want to stop in to browse and buy.


While not as bustling as other Caribbean capitals, Charlestown does have a selection of quaint shops and tourist shopping areas that cater to the collectibles and island-wear crowd. Browse the shops, barter with local salespeople at the market...  Read More

When looking for handmade and crafted items, there is no better choice than this Pinney Road shop. With a second location at the intown Cotton Ginnery, sightseers will certainly find that just-right item for purchase. Great spot to browse for souvenirs and gifts.

Island Fever

Main Street shop offers buyers a range of fashions from around the world. From beachwear, to handmade jewelry and casual dinner attire, this shop has something for everyone. Island Fever has earned a great reputation among Nevis travelers for...  Read More

Nevis Handicraft Society

This little shop in downtown Charlestown near the wharf and the public market sells a variety of handmade and crafted items from island residents. Browsers can select among handmade clothing, fruit wines and delicious jams and jellies. A great...  Read More

Charlestown Market Place

This traditional Caribbean marketplace is home to a variety of booths and stalls where locals sell a variety of wares, from handmade items to fresh fruits, honey, jellies and jams and collectibles. The market is open daily except Sundays with...  Read More

Eva Wilkin Art Gallery

Eva Wilkin is without doubt the most famous artist to call Nevis home and her work today is a rare find for collectors. The gallery showcases Wilkin's work and sells original paintings, drawings and prints from the artist. For decades, Wilkin's...  Read More

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