Shopping in Cabo San Lucas covers a lot of ground, from art galleries and arts and crafts stores to small boutiques and the high-end stores of Puerto Paraiso and Luxury Avenue, from swimwear to tequila, from groceries to duty-free jewelry and Taxco silver.
Our first choice is Casa Maria, which features traditional Mexican arts and crafts, including stunning black pottery vases from women artisans near Oaxaca, as well as beautiful tin-stamped mirrors and wall hangings from Zapotec weavers. For ladies' fashions, Magic of the Moon stands supreme. Owner and designer Pepita Nelson has built a huge following for this local institution which features custom-made clothing, with everything from lingerie to formal wear, for women of every size and every age. For the water sports crowd, the fashion forward look to the Cabo Surf Shop, which carries the latest in both boards and board shorts. Reserve you surf board before you leave on vacation. No need to wrestle with luggage restrictions, hit the waves of Acapulquito Beach with one of their rentals.
They say diamonds are a girl's best friend. If so, there is no better stop for the ladies than one of Diamond International's three local locations, all featuring the best in duty-free jewelry. Silver connoisseurs, on the other hand, will appreciate La Minita, which has beautiful Taxco silver in exquisite Mexican Lindo designs. Dos Lunas Boutique joins Magic of the Moon as haute couture provider of resort wear for the Los Cabo Lifestyle, with fashions for men, women, and children, as well as beach supplies and accessories. For the men, J&J Habanos is the shopping mecca, with a tremendous selection of premium cigars, and an on-site tequila tasting bar. The smell inside the walk-in humidor at J&J is an aficionado's idea of heaven.
For grocery shoppers, Tutto Bene has made a name as Cabo's premier purveyor of organic foods and fine wines. Aramburo, meanwhile, is an American style grocery with everything you could possibly need during your yearly vacation. Last, but not least, coffee lovers will want to take home some dark roasted beans from the Cabo Coffee Company. This cafe is not only a prime meeting spot for lovers of java, but they source their beans from the cloud forest of Oaxaca, and roast them fresh. There is no better pick-me up in San Lucas, and the magic beans will renew your vigor for more shopping.
Lazaro Cardenas and Matamoros
between Costa Real Cabo Hotel and Pancho's Restaurant
Palmilla Bay, Playa Acapulquito KM 28
Boulevard Marina Nacional S/N
Plaza Bonita Mall
Lazaro Cardenas Boulevard
Boulevard Marina y Guerrero, Madero Street
Madero between Bulevar Marina and Guerrero
Authentic Cuban cigars and tequila tasting...
Blvd. Marina and Camino del Cerro
(cross-street Boulevard Marina)
Plaza de los Mariachis
Lazaro Cardenas y Zaragoza