Mardin is known for its traditional handicrafts, and there are several shops and markets where you can find a wide variety of items such as ceramics, textiles, jewelry, and leather goods. One of the most famous markets in Mardin is the "Kurk Bazaar," which is located near the Grand Mosque and is known for its traditional crafts, including pottery, kilims, and jewelry. Another popular market is the "Souk Al-Saghir" which is located near the Governor's Palace, it's a small market for local's handicrafts and traditional clothing.
In addition to the markets, there are also several shops throughout the city where you can find traditional and unique souvenirs. Many of these shops specialize in one particular type of craft, such as ceramics or textiles. Some well-known shops in Mardin include "Nur Crafts," which specializes in ceramics and pottery, "Kahraman Kilim," which specializes in kilims and textiles, and "Mardin Silver," which specializes in traditional silver jewelry.
In the city center, there are also some modern shops and department stores. The city center offers a comfortable shopping and leisure area. The most famous of them "Mardin Park" offers famous fashion brand and entertainment option at the same time. It's worth noting that prices in Mardin can be higher than other areas, so it's a good idea to compare prices and negotiate if possible before making a purchase.