• Colour and diversity define the more than 100 handicrafts stands spread through the alleys of the Historical Area of Loulé.
    The biggest investment is made mainly in Moroccan, Tunisian and Egyptian handicrafts, but not only. New trends in modern handicrafts are also present and one of the highlights is the pieces exhibited by the artists of the Loulé Criativo project and the Loulé Design Lab.
    Visitors will be able to purchase several products ranging from jewellery, textiles and clothing to objects from different cultures in the world such as Aboriginal didgeridoo, African djembes or water pipes and tea services typical of the Maghreb countries. Obviously, regional handicrafts and local producers will be present.