Said to be home to some of the best shopping in the South Pacific, Nouméa’s shopping scene boasts an enviable lineup of luxury brands, French labels and captivating local boutiques. Modern and eclectic, shopping in Nouméa provides the perfect opportunity to restock your wardrobe, pick up a souvenir or two, or simply enjoy a spot of retail therapy.
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Shopping in the city centre
Two streets in Nouméa host most of the shops appreciated by those who love French fashion: Rue de l’Alma and Rue de Sébastopol. Small fashion and custom accessory shops can be found there, but brands such as Mango, Okaïdi and even Apple also have shops on the street. The neighbourhood of Alma features several high-end pret-à-porter boutiques such as Adresse 33.
If you love precious jewellery, jewellers such as Gaspard Horlogerie Bijouterie, Bijouterie Guilleux, Diam’s, CHLOE, Maison De La Montre and Grand Quartier will be pleased to welcome you. Shopping in New Caledonia, you can also find brands specialising in pearls such as Créat’or, CHLOE Perles and Maison de la Perle, which just so happen to be one of the region’s specialities. At Marlène, you can discover a world of fragrances, lingerie and luxury leather goods by Longchamp, Sonia Rykiel and more.
Shopping at concept stores
Nouméa is home to several concept stores that offer designer jewellery, furniture and hard-to-find decorations, including Bonnie&Bonnie and MiaCasa in the Latin Quarter, and Bô in the city centre. On the Promenade of Anse Vata, Hype store stocks a variety of brands, including Paul & Joe, Vanessa Bruno, Isabelle Marant, and Zadig & Voltaire.
Shopping in Anse Vata
La Promenade is known for its concentration of very chic fashion shops and hip restaurants . You can find a wide range of luxury shops, such as DeCi DeLà for leather goods and Max Mara for haute couture. Desigual has also set up its pretty shop on the promenade facing the sea. To enjoy a T2 tea or a nice cup of coffee, take a seat at the Malongo Café Store, which also offers a range of fine tableware.
Shopping for home decor
In the city centre and on La Promenade at Anse Vata, Nouméa features several interior decoration shops inspired by European and Australian trends. Head to stores such as Ambiances et Styles, Mia Casa and Bonnie&Bonnie to discover the latest products and a touch of French spirit.
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