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Great Souvenir Shops
  • Big Pine Key Weekend Flea Market – everything under the sun from t-shirts to paintings to pottery & jewelry
  • Artists in Paradise Gallery -tropcial themed items of all kinds
  • Bare Sole Sandals - Fashionable and fun collection of sandlas & flip flops


Big Pine Key is more of a small family oriented community with deep roots in the seafaring traditions than a touristy vacation destination. And that is exactly what people like about it. There is not much shopping to be found here but the other keys are close enough to get you what you need. However, if you are in the vicinity on a weekend do try to stop into the local flea market for some great finds and great fun!

Bare Sole Sandals
30313 Overseas Highway (MM30.3)
A unique store that sells both fun and fashionable sandals and flip flops for women, men and children. It is a fun stop where you can browse through all the unusual sandals they stock as well as other keysy -themed items such as jewelry, accessories and tropical gifts.

Artists in Paradise Gallery
221 Key Deer Blvd (MM30.5)
Located in the Winn-Dixie Shopping Plaza is a unique artist’s gallery focusing on tropically themed items. Browse through this well lit store and you will find vivid batiks, fine art in various mediums, jewelry made from feathers, copper sculptures and fountains, nature photography and other sculptures as well as an innovative type of work made by inking and painting a real fish and pressing it onto paper or cloth. The first Friday of every month they hold a music and art walk in the shopping center. 

Big Pine Key Weekend Flea Market
30250 Overseas Highway (MM30.5 Oceanside)
The best time to shop in the Lower Keys is on Saturday and Sunday between 8AM-2PM (October-July only) at the flea market. You can find it just south of Big Pine Keys only traffic light. Here you will find sterling silver jewelry, t-shirts and dresses, some for as low as 4 for $10, women’s sarongs, bathing suits, books, canvas paintings, boat hardware, sunglasses, binoculars, pottery fresh vegetables and plants and more. And when you are tired, you can grab some breakfast or lunch and rest under the shade of the chikee. You might even see a few key deer walk on by.