Local Supermarket and Shopping

Apart from Miami, the world's most well-known shopping city, Florida contains quite a few shopping centers in its territory for you to enjoy. Here we collected them divided by cities.

Destin / Sandestin:
  • Silver Sands Premium Outlets (+100 outlet stores).
  • Destin Commons (outdoor shopping mall).
  • The Village at Baytowne Wharf (outdoor shopping and eating area).
Rosemary Beach:
  • Tracery (furniture).
  • Seacrest Beach.
  • Ophelia (Swimwear boutique).
  • Perspicasity (Open-air boutique).
  • Déjà vu (Trendy, fashionable clothing and accessories for under $100).
  • Willow + Woods (Men and women´s boutique).
  • Mercantile (Men and women´s boutique).
  • Barefoot Princess (Dresses and accessories).
  • The Fuss Boutique (Trendy and bohemian styles for women).
  • Old Florid Outfitters (Beach essentials).
  • Little Red (Kids boutique).
  • The Blue Giraffe (Art and deco boutique).
Panama City Beach:
  • Pier Park (Outdoor complex with Imax movie theater, restaurants, live music venus, and more than 120 stores).
  • The Florida House (Boutique).
  • Francesca´s Collections (Boutique).
  • Ron Jon´s Surf Shop (One of the most famous shops in beach style).
  • Alvin´s Island (Beach cover-ups, towels, bikinis, bags, floats, and toys).
Tampa Bay:
  • International Plaza and Bay Street (Premium shopping with an outdoor zone with 100+ high-quality shops).
  • Central Avenue (Vintage fashion shops, art galleries, jam-packed antique malls, custom furniture shops, and more).
  • The Ellenton Premium Outlets (Best deals on designer wares).
Fort Myers & Naples:
  • 5th Avenue South in Naples (Shopping center with lovely ambient).
  • Bell Tower Shops (A mix of boutiques and shopping staples). 
  • Fleamasters Fleamarket (More than 400,000 square feet of shopping with hundreds of booths of arts, crafts, produce, antiques, food, souvenirs, and classic Florida kitsch including shell jewelry and alligator heads).
Key West:
  • Clinton Square Market (Beach clothes, metal art, fine jewelry, and delicious ice cream and fudge).
  • Duval Street (Souvenirs, boutique, or art gallery).
  • Downtown Disney Marketplace (Disney-themed stores and restaurants).
  • Tren-D (Purses, jewelry, and clothes).
  • Basin (Bath bombs, soaps, and candles).
  • Florida Mall.
  • The Mall at Millenia.
  • The Orlando Premium Outlets.


  • Avonlea Antiques (200 dealer shops in a 40,000-square-foot showroom, with everything from furniture to china to glass, art, and collectibles).
  • San Marco Avenue (Antiques).
  • Anastasia Island (Antiques).

Palm Beach / West Palm Beach:

  • Worth Avenue (Full of exclusive fashion, accessories, gifts, art, antiques, and furniture. Brooks Brothers, Michael Kors, Emilio Pucci, Hermes, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, and Kate Spade).
  • Historic Clematis Street (boutiques, clubs with live music, restaurants, and antique shops).
  • CityPlace (Town center mix of shops, restaurants, a movie theater, and homes. mid-price shopping options like Anthropologie, H&M, Victoria's Secret, Macy's, and Bath & Body Works).

Fort Lauderdale:

  • The Galleria Mall (Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor, Bebe, Finish Line, Pottery Barn, and more, plus all the familiar restaurants you like P.F. Chang's, Seasons 52, Blue Martini, and the Capital Grille).
  • Sawgrass Mills (the largest outlet shopping mall in the United States with more than 350 stores). 
  • Colonnade Outlets (Luxury brands, including Prada, David Yurman, and the Salvatore Ferragamo Company Store).