Isla Mujeres

Although Isla produces few local crafts, the streets are filled with souvenir shops selling cheap T-shirts, garish ceramics, and seashells glued onto a variety of objects. Amid all the junk you may find good Mexican folk art, hammocks, textiles, and silver jewelry. Most stores are small family operations that don’t take credit cards, but almost everyone gladly accepts American dollars. Stores that do take credit cards sometimes tack on a fee to offset the commission they must pay. Hours are generally Monday through Saturday 10–1 and 4–7, although many stores stay open during siesta hours (1–4).

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  • 1. Chedraui

    Convenience/General Stores

    Selling everything from food and clothing to appliances and medicine, this Mexican grocery chain is about as close as you can get to the Walmart...Read More

  • 2. Super Express

    El Pueblo | Convenience/General Stores

    One of two main grocery stores on the island, Super Express is well stocked with all the basics and is a good in-town option if you can't make...Read More

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