Shopping in Diu Island



Shopping in Diu Island entails a lot of fun and enjoyment. A lot of materials locally made out of seashells and other objects gathered from the sea are at display at the shops in Diu Island. There is a market in Diu town where these items are sold.

Diu Island shopping is one of the most popular activities for the tourists. Shopping in Diu Island is a favorite pass time for the visitors though there is not a separate area for shopping. Items are found along the beaches. The tourists could collect handmade items from the shops along the beaches. However, the Diu town provides shopping facilities to the visitors.

Items Available at the Market



Once a Portuguese colony, Diu Island has now developed into a tourist destination. Items made of seashells and pearls are available in the island. Slippers made of leather and baskets made of straws are the most common products which one finds at the market. There are a lot of shops in Diu Island that sells second hand goods. In those markets one could get electronic goods and other gift articles at a cheap price.



Last Updated on 26 September 2012

     


     

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