Digue Market consists of about 100 small stalls with vendors selling arts and crafts from around the island. Vendors will negotiate, and most tourists speaking French can get the price down to about 60% of the initial asking price. However, if you only speak English, they are unlikely to come down more than 30-40%.
Popular souvenirs that can be found here include baskets, solitaire sets, polished stones, bug balls, ammonites, woven placemats, hats, wood carvings, wood trays, embroidered items, and spices.
Spices tend to be of poor quality. It is recommended to buy prepackaged spices at either Shop Rite or Cora supermarkets (locally produced and packaged but also qu...Read More