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As you are driving down 211 towards water, look to your left for signage announcing "11 Shops at Olde Southport Village" . There are 11 little houses decked out in lively Key West colors. Each house holds a different shopping experience. Make sure you talk...More
We came a little too early. Come around 11am or later. You may purchase jelly, jams, pottery, antiques and whimsical decor. There is a BBQ joint next door that had delicious smells. We were a little early for lunch.
These shops are so cute! I have been coming to Southport for 7 years and I love going shopping! I never knew about these shops. It is still the off season so only a few shops were open and it was raining all day. I...More
This is a review of the tiny shopping village named "Olde Southport Village", not the actual shopping district of Southport. The town is wonderful, this "Olde" village is a sad collection of craft and junk shops situated in tiny cottages. Most are closed whenever we...More
we took an afternoon away from oak island to visit southport and all the villages. What a beautiful place to spend a part of your afternoon. Our host showed us all the safe haven movie scenes that were filmed in southport and walked us around...More
My ten year old daughter and I spent several hours visiting the Village. She later told me it wad her favorite part of our vacation. The shop owners are so kind and friendly and we bought several locally made items. We will be going back...More
Unfortunately its a poorly managed sad little place. All too often the shop owners are not there and the doors remain unopened. What should be a cute idea is unfortunately brought down by just a few of the shop owners. One in particular tries to...More
we loved walking around and seeing the mix of old antique stores with new trendy stores. The big front porches and rocking chairs were very inviting and welcoming to tired feet. Definitely took you back to yesteryear.