Los Cabos

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  • 1. Joyería Brilanti


    Joyería Brilanti is a showcase for the stunning jewelry and design works of famed Taxco silversmith Ana Brilanti, in addition to a number of...Read More

  • 2. Mangos


    Mangos is filled with gorgeous Guatemalan textiles, Mexican folk art, belts, purses, wood carvings, and Day of the Dead figurines, as well as...Read More

  • 3. Allende Books

    Centro | Books/Stationery

    This bookstore stocks La Paz's best selection of English-language works, mainly about Baja and Mexico, as well as laminated nature field guides...Read More

  • 4. Antigua California

    Malecón | Crafts

    Antigua California has the nicest selection of Mexican folk art in La Paz, including wooden masks and lacquered boxes from the mainland state...Read More

  • 5. Benito Ortega Vargas, Sculptor

    Centro | Art Galleries

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

  • 6. 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...Read More

  • 7. Galería AR

    Art Galleries

    The colorful contemporary paintings of Arturo Mendoza Elfeo are the main attraction at Galería AR, although the artist’s relation to the Brilanti...Read More

  • 8. Galería de Todos Santos

    Centro | Art Galleries

    Since opening in 1994, Michael and Pat Cope's galeria has represented a diverse group of Mexican and American painters and sculptors working...Read More

  • 9. Galería Indigo

    Art Galleries

    Local artists exhibit their works, primarily Baja-themed landscapes and abstracts, at this Belgian-owned gallery; gourmet paninis, wraps, and...Read More

  • 10. Galería La Coronela

    Art Galleries

    Galería La Coronela exhibits the work of prodigious painter Victor Vega, as well as paintings by his daughter, Sofía. ...Read More

  • 11. Galería Logan

    Art Galleries

    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...Read More

  • 12. Gallery 365

    Centro | Art Galleries

    The colors of Todos Santos provide the inspiration for the abstract paintings of artist Steve Thurston. ...Read More

  • 13. Got Baja?


    You'll find a nice selection of Baja-themed souvenirs at this small downtown shop, located next to Cafélix Coffee & Kitchen. ...Read More

  • 14. Got Baja?

    Centro | Gifts/Souvenirs

    You'll find a nice selection of Baja-themed souvenirs, including quality T-shirts, at this downtown shop. There's also a branch in Todos Santos. ...Read More

  • 15. Ibarra's Pottery

    Centro | Ceramics/Glassware

    The Ibarra family oversees the potters and painters at their namesake shop. Their geometric designs and glazing technique result in gorgeous...Read More

  • 16. Manos Mexicanas


    Manos Mexicanas is a treasure trove of fine Mexican crafts, jewelry, decorative objects, and work by local potter Rubén Gutiérrez. Owner Alejandra...Read More

  • 17. Nomad Chic

    Centro | Clothing

    Eastern simplicity and the romance of exotic travel influence Nomad Chic’s eclectic collection of apparel, jewelry, and accessories. ...Read More

  • 18. Charles Stewart Gallery & Studio

    Art Galleries

    Charles Stewart Gallery & Studio is a leader in the art scene here. Stewart moved from Taos, New Mexico, to Todos Santos in 1986, and is...Read More

  • 19. El Perico Azul


    El Perico Azul has fine handmade Mexican clothing (check out guayaberas from the Yucatán) for men and women, handwoven tablecloths, and a selection...Read More

  • 20. Fénix de Todos Santos


    Fénix de Todos Santos has bowls and plates from Tonalá, handblown glassware, Talavera pottery from the state of Puebla, and cotton clothing...Read More

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