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SHOPPING


CABO SAN LUCAS:

Bla Bla Bla Silver Shop - carries a large selection of jewelry with beautifully designed bracelets, necklaces, charms, earrings, money clips, and many more items of interest. Their .925 & .950 sterling silver pieces are handcrafted in Taxco, Guerrero, know for its exceptional silver craftsmanship.  Located on the Marina and recommended for best prices and wide selection.

Cartes - very high end home decor and gift items.  Inlaid wood, glassware & pottery.  Pewter & ceramic tableware from the mainland.  In Plaza Bonita Mall behind Margaritavilla.

Costco - on the main highway about two miles out of Cabo San Lucas.  Same layout, same lighting, same big baskets and merchandise that you see in the States.  It's only after you've wandered the aisles a bit that you notice some other products that you might not find back home -- masa flour, dried hibiscus flowers (for that favorite Mexican tea Jimaica) and the large bags of jalapenos and dried pasilla chiles.  The book department has both Spanish and English books.  Sometimes there are people in the parking lot who will wash your car while you shop.

Cotton Club - Quality women's sportswear and beachwear in cotton, linen and rayon. Shorts, dresses, bathing suits. Located in the Paraiso Mall. 

Dos Lunas Boutique - men and women's clothing. In the Plaza Bonita #22 and in the Melia Cabo Real.

El Callejón (Claudia's) - beautiful gifts and housewares. Across from Cabo Wabo and in the Melia Cabo Real. Worth a stop.   Many locals as well as tourists frequent the shop looking for home furnishings.  Nice selection of pottery, furniture, ceramics, silver and vibrantly colored stemware.

Feinstein Jewelry - off Boulevard Marina in Pedregal Park.  Open to the public with 40% to 60% off retail prices. Open Monday through Saturday.

Magic of the Moon - custom designed and manufactured women's clothing.  Located on Hidalgo Street near the marina, in 1991.  Staff can spend up to three months applying intricate beadwork on ladies' jeans and hand-painted details.

Marina Mercado Arts and Crafts Market - located on the main marina dock and housing more than 70 vendors.  Great place to find locally made products.  First place that cruise passengers explore when they arrive in Cabo San Lucas.

Necri - High quality gifts and housewares, beautiful Mexican pewter and pottery. On Marina Blvd. Look for the purple building.  Picture frames to candle sticks as well as a large inventory of fine Talavera ceramics and Majolica pottery.

Puerto Paraíso - with more than 100 merchants, several restaurants and a bowling alley, you'll have lots of shopping, dining and entertainment options here.  Situated on the marina, this shopping plaza covers three floors.

Vitamia Jewelry - three locations in Cabo, selling silver and 14K-22K gold rings, tanzanite and dazzling Mexican fire opals. Original designs are on display, such as a gold coin necklace, marlin bracelet or a winking mouse pendant with an opal in its tummy. Personal attention, good prices and 24-hour express service.
 


SAN JOSE DEL CABO:

Add - creative home accessories, fine arts and crafts, pewter, and authentic Talavera ceramics.  Excellent pottery and baskets. On Zaragoza street across from the church.

Asiantique - beautiful teak furniture and accessories from Indonesia. On Obregon Street.

Beach Company - surf wear, sunglasses, towels, beach accessories, swimwear, sun protection and sandals for men, women and children.  Name brands: Gecko, Rusty, Lifeforms & Squalo.  Everything for fun in the sun. On Zaragoza Street across from the church and down a half block.

Necri - second location here in San José attests to the popularity of the Mexican handicrafts that have been around since 1968. Like the Cabo location, it offers a large selection of Talavera pottery, ceramics and pewter.

Opalos de Mexico - boasting the largest selection of Mexican fire opals in Los Cabos, they have 11 stores in the area including one in the main town plaza. Each of the opals is unique and can have more than 28 different tonalities or "fire" when exposed to sunlight. Opalos de Mexico can also make any setting in gold, silver or platinum in as little as 24 hours. In addition to these gemstones, they also carry glassware, woodcarvings from Oaxaca, Huichol bead art, and other traditional handicrafts.

Sol Dorado - Excellent pottery, artwork, jewelry and gifts. On Mijares, the main street in San Jose across from the Tropicana Hotel.
 


Updated 08/08/08