From upscale commercial malls, to craft shops with artisans at work inside, options for shopping in Los Cabos are limited only by the time you have to spend exploring.
From Cabo San Lucas through the corridor to San Jose del Cabo, click here to explore some of your shopping options.
BLVD. MIJARES IN SAN JOSE DEL CABO: The main street, leading from the beach to the plaza in San Jose del Cabo is lined with shops and courtyard style mini-malls offering jewelry, clothing, art, crafts and gifts to take home for family and friends.
THE MUNICIPAL MARKET: A traditional Mexican market, San Jose’s municipal market offers fresh fish, produce, meats, spices, clothing belts and crafts. The “Loncheria” provides inexpensive meals and fresh fruit juices. Between Calle Coronado and Castro off Doblado Street.
SORAYA ART GALLERY: Fine art by local artists. Guerrero St. in the art district. 624.355.2819 GALERIA VERYKA: Folk art shop featuring carefully selected pieces from across Mexico. Plaza Mijares 418 downtown San Jose del Cabo. 142.0575
VILLA VALENTINA: A European style courtyard display of furnishings, art, crafts and home accessories plus a wonderful restaurant and coffee shop. Km 31.5 Highway 1, San Jose del Cabo, 142.6612, vvalentina.com EL ARMARIO: Gifts & Handicrafts, Morelos esq. Alvaro Obregón in the art district, San Jose del Cabo
ARTESANOS: Warehouse-sized store with a huge selection of arts, crafts, household accessories and furnishings from across Mexico. Km. 4.1 Highway 1, Cabo San Lucas, closed from 2 to 4 pm daily. 143.3850
COSTA AZUL SURF SHOP: Custom, new and used surfboards, gear and classes. Km 28, Highway 1, 172.6011 San Jose
THE SHOPPES AT PALMILLA: Restaurants including Tenangos, Chins, Nik San, Cream Café and Blue fish plus clothing, fine art, home furnishings, accessories and real estate. 144.6999 Km. 27.5 Carretera Transpeninsular at the Palmilla exit. My office is located here.
PLAZA BONITA: Shop, dine and enjoy night life at this colorful marina-side plaza in the heart of Cabo San Lucas. Plenty of parking available. Plaza Bonita is home to clothing, souvenir, handcraft, art and beach wear shops and for dancing the night away, The Nowhere Bar. Lazaro Cardenas at the corner of Marina Blvd.
MARINA BLVD.: Marina Blvd. is the main street in Cabo San Lucas and is a great walk to people watch and explore numerous boutiques, jewelry shops, Mexican handicrafts, tee shirts, hats and trinkets. When your exploring has worked up a thirst, finding a cocktail and eatery on this stretch of road is easy. Don’t miss Outpost, and Sammy Hagar’s infamous Cabo Wabo.
PLAZA PUERTO PARAISO: On the marina in Cabo San Lucas this three-level mall includes American standards like Tommy Bahama and Harley Davidson with some distinctly Mexican stores as well. Cinema, bowling alley and arcade on the third level.
VITROFUSION & ART BLOWN GLASS FACTORY: An old-fashioned hand blown glass factory where craftsmen utilize time tested techniques for blowing glass into works of art. Before 2 pm watch the craftspeople at work. Glass items available for sale. Custom orders can be made. 143.0120, 143.0255
FACES OF MEXICO: Folk art and masks from all regions of Mexico. Calle Lazaro Cárdenas beside the Mar de Cortés hotel, 143.2634