To keep Jerez's Arab past alive and continue the craft tradition in the region, the Craft Souk, a centre for small manufactured works of art, was opened to the public. If you are looking for something interesting and original to take home this is the best place to go, with its local and Moroccan craftsmen offering many options. It is located in Peones Square, formerly the Carnicerías Viejas, and is framed by the 'Ma'arifa' project, which seeks to recover traditions and promote sustainable tourism in Cadiz and northern Morocco. It not only sells crafts, but also offers an exhibition space, craft workshops and even a restaurant selling typical Maghrebi and local cuisine. The crafts that you will find here include ceramic and pottery, hide and leather goods, handmade jewellery, hand bound books, fans and pressed flowers.
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