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. Galeria de Arte Mexicano


    Bypass the street vendors and come directly to this lovely shop for the best quality silver in town. It also sells Talavera and custom-made...Read More

  • 2. Galeria L'Mento Arte


    For authentic made-in-Isla gifts—including wooden boxes, hand-carved sculptures, and ceramics—head to Galeria L'Mento Arte. Jewelry is another...Read More

  • 3. Joyería Maritza


    Reasonably priced jewelry from Taxco (Mexico's silver capital) and crafts from Oaxaca are sold at Joyería Maritza. ...Read More

  • 4. Silver Factory Taxaco


    For jewelry, check out the Silver Factory, which specializes in pieces made in Taxco. ...Read More

  • 5. Women's Beading Cooperative


    Nearly 60 local women are part of this beading cooperative, which creates handcrafted jewelry for a very reasonable price. It’s worth the drive...Read More

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