Marseille's main shopping areas are in the centre and southern parts of town and cater to all tastes, from Côte D?Azur luxury and large department stores to quirky little boutiques and stores. The Centre Bourse, a massive shopping centre a stone's throw away from the vieux port, is a great place for getting all your shopping done under the same roof. South of the shopping centre is La Canebière, which is to Marseille what the Champs Elysées is to Paris. Combined with rue Ferréol, rue de Rome and rue de Paradis, they make up the major shopping area in the city and include local and national designer stores. Rue de la Tour is your best bet for serious designer luxury, including chic evening wear at Diable Noir. If you want smaller shops then head to the Cours Julien area which has built up a reputation as an alternative, bohemian quarter. The area is also great for food and antique markets at weekends. Le Panier, Marseille's oldest neighbourhood, is the best place for local produce. Rue des Petits Puits and places des Pistoles are good streets for Provencal pottery and shops selling lavender soap and olive based goodies. La Maison de Pastis, with 65 different pastis and absinthes as well as a tasting room, is worth stumbling across and then out of.