Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.
Whether visiting Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, or The Hotel Corridor; guests of Los Cabos will find a dizzying array of Mexican arts and crafts, clothing, fine art, unique jewelry and treasured trinket keepsakes as gifts for family and friends back home.
Shopping around the Los Cabos area is definitely a fun purchasing adventure worth making vacation time for. In San Jose del Cabo, the central plaza and colonial downtown part of the is an intimate locale for shopping. The old San Jose Mission neighborhood offers sight seeing and memento buying tourists, a memorable setting of colonial structures, colorful buildings, guaranteed sunny weather, art galleries, and several pockets of affordably priced merchandise. All within walking distance of the Hotel Zone. The Indira Gems Jewelry shop is located around the corner from the Catholic Church in the center of town with unique artisan pieces of jade, turquoise, silver, and gold. Nearby Shoppes at Palmilla is a fabulous high end market that scintillates with excitement and silent buzz of possibly bumping into a Hollywood star while checking out the very chic stores of precious gems, jewelry, fine art and fashion.
The Cabo San Lucas renovation at the Puerto Paraiso Mall, included new condominium homes built atop the central shopping center, where a brand spanking new and pristine Chedraui grocery chain store has been added in order to best service the new Puerto Paraiso rooftop community, as well as the local population within walking distance of the mall, marina, Cabo nightlife strip and the incomparable, picturesque, Medano Beach.While every resort and hotel in Los Cabos has a gift shop, the Mercados or small open air street markets in Cabo San Lucas feature the typical Mexican blankets, skull painted Calaveras, Catrinas, colorful dresses, as well as an assortment of other items commemorating guests visit to Mexico and Cabo; like miniature dolphins, whale-related mementos, and that special take home bottle of tequila.
The shopping along the Marina is refreshingly fun thanks to the spectacular, and stunning view of the dock, yachts, and water taxi activity within Cabo San Lucas Bay. And of course, there is the Medano Beach shopping experience, where vendors dressed in all white sun-protective clothing walk up and down along the beautiful beach offering their wares; which consist of blankets, artisan plates, wood and/or silver figurines, jewelry, cigars, sports team memorabilia and Fedora, Western Vaquero, Sombreros, and Sun hats.