47 Best Places to Shop in Los Cabos, Mexico

Brilanti Fine Art

Fodor's choice

Brilanti Fine Art is a showcase for the stunning jewelry and design works of famed Taxco silversmith Ana Brilanti, in addition to a number of other contemporary jewelry artists—including Ana’s son and the store’s proprietor, José—whose work shares the same dramatic aesthetic. Be sure to look at the silver tea services and other functional pieces. You'll also find selected stone carvings and bronzes from local artists.

Centenario, Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, 23300, Mexico
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Rate Includes: Mon.–Sat. 10–5, Closed Sept

Farmer’s Market

Centro Fodor's choice

Get your organic fix at the Mercado Orgánico every Saturday 9–3 between November and May. Jewelry, artwork, flowers, soaps, fruit, and vegetables are a few of the goodies you’ll find here. Food stalls serve everything from tacos to pizza, and entertainment is offered for kids. You will surely leave with a bag full of fresh veggies and local art.

Patricia Mendoza Gallery

Fodor's choice

Explore works of art by Mexico's top contemporary artists such as Eduardo Mejorada, Javier Guadarrama, Jorge Marín, Luis Filcer, and Trubaik, among others. All of the artists represented here are known nationally and internationally in important collections and museums.

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Allende Books


This bookstore stocks La Paz's best selection of English-language works, mainly about Baja and México, as well as laminated nature field guides and works of popular fiction. A new owner and location has led to an expanded inventory, a new coffee bar and courtyard seating area, and a more central downtown setting.

Calle 21 de Agosto, La Paz, Baja California Sur, 23000, Mexico
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Rate Includes: Mon.–Sat. 10–6

Almarte Boutique


This lovely boutique sells designer clothing, silver jewelry, candles, art, books, and more at Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal. If you’ve been admiring the glass-blown hearts dangling from leaf-barren Torote Trees throughout Cabo, this is the place to buy them. The women’s line of beach-elegant clothing includes linens, silks, hats and loose-knitted flowing wraps. Some of their highly recognized designers include Chan Luu, Gillian Julius, Minnie Rose, Tom Ford, Jade Tribe, and Roberto Tirado. The store is open to the public; simply notify security at the main gate.

Artesanías La Antigua California


Antigua California has the nicest selection of Mexican folk art in La Paz, including wooden masks and lacquered boxes from the mainland state of Guerrero. Hats, T-shirts, and other souvenir apparel are also sold.

Carlos M. Esquerro 1680-A, La Paz, Baja California Sur, 23000, Mexico
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Rate Includes: Mon.–Sat. 9:30–8:30

Artwalk Shop

This small boutique at Casa Natalia has jewelry, handbags, and art made from recycled metals. Artwalk also has a good selection of brass jewelry from Mexico City.

Bazar Casa Ramirez


Bazar Casa Ramirez sells high-quality Talavera pottery and other ceramics, paintings by local artists, jewelry from Taxco, wooden carvings, and papier-mâché figurines. Everything here is made in Mexico. Be sure to check out the displays upstairs.

Av. López Mateos 498, Ensenada, Baja California Norte, 22800, Mexico

Benito Ortega Vargas, Sculptor


Sculptor Benito Ortega’s studio and gallery showcases evocative, often sea-inspired works in wood, bronze, stone, and other materials.

24 Centenario, Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, 23300, Mexico
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Rate Includes: Closed Sun.

California Ranch Market

Marina San Lucas

The area's best organic grocery store, California Ranch Market, offers a good selection of imported wines, cheeses, and other gourmet delicacies, as well as American food brands. Freshly squeezed juices and handmade paninis are also available at their second location, in the Corridor-based shopping center The Shoppes at Palmilla.

Casa Dahlia Fine Art Gallery


Casa Dahlia Fine Art Gallery features contemporary artists from Mexico and abroad, and invites visitors to linger in its beautifully renovated historic building.

Morelos 23, San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur, 23400, Mexico
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Rate Includes: Closed weekends

Casa Paulina

More than just an art gallery, Casa Paulina inspires decorating ideas with items for the home. Candles, lamps, chairs, throws, and enormous clay pots are a few of the treasures you might find.

Morelos at Comonfort, San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur, 23400, Mexico

Diamonds International


Certified master jewelers are on staff at Diamonds International. This store sells impressive diamonds, designer jewelry, and luxury timepieces.

Dos Lunas

Dos Lunas is full of trendy, colorful sportswear and straw hats, as well as a large selection of handcrafted accessories, bags, and gifts.

El Armario Art & Coffee

Calling itself "the cutest shop in town," El Amario offers a selection of Mexican folk art, ceramic pottery, candles, clay figurines, and papier-mâché—plus fresh coffee out on the patio.

El Tecolote Bookstore

El Tecolote Bookstore is the best bookstore in the Los Cabos region. Stop here for Latin American literature, poetry, children's books, current fiction and nonfiction, and books on Baja.

Colegio Militar, Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, 23300, Mexico
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Rate Includes: Mon.–Sat. 11–5, Sun. noon–3

Ezra Katz Gallery

Ezra Katz is considered by many to be one of the most important and original artists ever to emerge from Baja California Sur. La Paz native Katz's evocative and inspired paintings depicting the local landscape have been on display in his latest Todos Santos gallery since 2015.
Calle Juárez at Topete, Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, 23300, Mexico
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Rate Includes: Closed Sun. and July–Oct.

Fábrica de Vidrio Soplado

Fábrica de Vidrio Soplado. A beautiful glass mosaic over the entrance to Fábrica de Vidrio Soplado (Blown-Glass Factory) welcomes Los Cabos' most famous artisans every day. Founded in 1988 by engineer Sebastian Romo, the factory uses a glassmaking process close to the one first developed in western Asia 4,000 years ago, later refined into glassblowing during the Roman empire. At the factory, 35 artisans produce more than 450 pieces a day from hundreds of pounds of locally recycled glass. Visitors watch while crushed recycled glass is liquefied in gas-fired ovens and, seconds later, transformed into exquisite figures. Secrets for making the thick glassware's deep blues, greens, and reds—the result of special mixtures of metals and gold—are passed from generation to generation. You are sometimes invited to make your own glassware by blowing through a hollow rod to shape a glob of molten glass at the end. The results are usually not impressive, but it's good fun nonetheless. Lazaro Cardenas s/n Edificio Posada, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, 23410. Drive toward San José on Av. Cárdenas, which turns into Hwy. 1; the fábrica is 2 blocks northwest of Hwy. 1, near the bypass road to Todos Santos. 624/143–0255. www.glassfactory.com.mx.

Frank Arnold Gallery

Frank Arnold Gallery has two big draws: it's arguably the best gallery space in town, in a modern building by local architect Alfredo Gomez; and it holds Frank Arnold's dramatic, widely acclaimed contemporary paintings that have been compared to de Kooning, Gorky, and Hans Hofmann. The gallery also features bronze sculptures and fine-art prints.

Galería AR

The vibrant contemporary paintings of Arturo Mendoza Elfeo are the main attraction at Galería AR.

Centenario at Hidalgo, Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, 23305, Mexico
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Rate Includes: Mon.–Sat. 10–6, Closed Sun.

Galería Corsica

Galería Corsica is in a spectacularly dramatic space. The gallery, which has two sister galleries in Puerto Vallarta and one in Mexico City, shows museum-quality fine art with an emphasis on paintings and large, impressive sculpture pieces.

Galería de Ida Victoria

Galería de Ida Victoria has been designed with skylights and domes to show off the international art contained within its three floors, which includes paintings, sculpture, photography, and prints.

Galería de Todos Santos


Since opening in 1994, Michael and Pat Cope's galería has represented a diverse group of Mexican and American painters and sculptors working in a variety of artistic mediums. The gallery's terrace opens as an Asian restaurant, Michael's at the Gallery, on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Galería Logan

The namesake gallery features the work of Jill Logan, a Southern Californian who has been in Todos Santos since 1998. Jill does bold oil-on-canvas paintings and complexly layered multimedia pieces.

Calle Juárez at Morelos, Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, 23305, Mexico
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Rate Includes: Mon.–Sat. 10–5

Ibarra's Pottery


The Ibarra family oversees the potters and painters at their namesake shop. Their geometric designs and glazing technique result in gorgeous mirrors, bowls, platters, and cups.

Calle Guillermo Prieto 625, La Paz, Baja California Sur, 23000, Mexico
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Rate Includes: Weekdays 9–3, Sat. 9–2, Closed Sun., Aug. and Sept

J&J Casa de los Habanos


This is the best place to find quality Cuban and international cigars, lighters, and ashtrays as well as tequila and Cuban rum. You can schedule a tequila tasting or try one of their signature mojitos while you shop for cigars.

La Casa de Doña Lupe

Near L.A. Cetto, Dona Lupe's boutique sells organic jams, chili marmalades, olive spreads, cheeses, salsas, oils, wines, and other local delicacies. Products can be shipped to the United States.

La Sacristia Art & History

La Sacristia has a fine selection of Talavera pottery, traditional and contemporary Mexican jewelry, blown glass, and contemporary paintings. The glassware is incredible.

Hidalgo 9, San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur, 23400, Mexico

Las Tiendas de Palmilla

Las Tiendas de Palmilla is across from the posh Palmilla Resort. There is a smattering of shops and galleries, a couple of restaurants, a coffee shop, a nice terrace with a peaceful fountain, and a view of the Palmilla development with the Sea of Cortez beyond. Antigua de México is a branch of the famous Tlaquepaque store, and shoppers will discover distinctive furniture and bedding supplies, and many Mexican-flavor interior-decorating items. Pez Gordo Art Gallery is artist Dana Leib's second location, and offers her pieces, as well as those by other artists. If you need to fuel up during your time here, there's an outpost of popular Nick-San, and Cream Cafe.

Los Barriles de Don Malaquias

Go beyond Cuervo and Patrón at Los Barriles de Don Malaquias, which specializes in rare tequilas. The tequila selection is complemented by a good collection of Cuban cigars. Owner Rigoberto Cuervo Rosales is often on-site to offer tequila tastings.

Blvd. Mijares at Juárez, San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur, 23400, Mexico