Shopping in Cabo San Lucas offers tons of opportunities to find gifts, jewelry, souvenirs, arts and crafts, housewares, clothes, accessories, and just about anything you can imagine. Though this city in Mexico might be known for its beaches, shopping here takes you on a whole different adventure, with tons of indoor malls, outdoor shopping plazas, and quirky small businesses lining waterfront walkways. You can easily spend days doing nothing but exploring stores looking for that perfect keepsake or take-home memory.

    From unique items to live entertainment and great eats, shopping malls, and plazas, you can have it all. Check out some of the best places to go shopping in Cabo San Lucas.

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    Plaza Puerto Paraiso

    Explore 3 floors of arts, crafts, and boutiques

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    Plaza Puerto Paraiso is a huge, multi-level indoor shopping mall with a broad range of destinations, including tons of arts and crafts galleries and clothing boutiques with marina views. You can also find many dining options from the food court to sit-down restaurants ranging from casual to upscale. You can also visit a 10-theater cinema which hosts the annual Los Cabos International Film Festival. You can browse art galleries with paintings and graphic art from local artisans or find the latest resort wear and beach fashions.

    If you're looking for money changing, you can find stations here. This is a place where you can spend all day in elegant, air-conditioned shopping heaven in the heart of downtown.

    Location: Lázaro Cárdenas Sn, El Medano Ejidal, Marina, 23410 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico

    Open: Daily from 9 am to 9 pm

    Phone: +52 624 144 3000

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    Marina Mercado

    Explore a staple of local culture, arts, and crafts

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    Marina Mercado is an arts and crafts market where you can take home a slice of genuine Mexican culture from one of the dozens of different local artisans. For over 2 decades, this market has been a staple of Cabo San Lucas, a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Originally it was a place for local car enthusiasts to show off their classic cars, but it has grown over the years until today. It’s a premier arts and cultural hub of the region. You can find ironwood carvings, ceramics, handmade clothing, silver jewelry, Talavera, and other quintessentially Mexican goods.

    Plenty of parking is available on site. This market is also right in the heart of downtown on the waterfront.

    Location: Blvd. Paseo de la Marina 15, Centro, Marina, 23400 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico

    Phone: +52 624 172 0136

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    Luxury Avenue

    Shop the ultimate in haute couture luxury boutiques

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    Luxury Avenue is an upscale, high-end mall that offers a stretch of luxurious boutique shops complete with occasional red carpet-accessorized stairs and prestigious brands. If you're looking for a truly exclusive, prestigious, and costly shopping experience, you'll find it here. Just a few of the brands you'll find on offer include Hugo Boss, Salvatore Ferragamo, Montblanc, Victoria's Secret, Ulgrafemme, Longchamp, and Ultrajewels, among others. You'll find haute couture and chic boutique brands from all over the world and a truly luxurious experience.

    It's all in the heart of downtown right on the Marina. Many of the shops here can be accessed from the indoor Puerto Paraiso Mall so that you can combine your shopping excursion.

    Location: Luxury Avenue, Paseo de la Marina, Lázaro Cárdenas, El Medano Ejidal, 23453 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico

    Open: Daily from 11 am to 8 pm

    Phone: +52 624 163 4280

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    Cabo San Lucas Cruise Port

    Walk a premier waterfront shopping district

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    Cabo San Lucas Cruise Port offers a full range of shopping, dining, and entertainment experiences, all within easy walking distance and with outstanding harbor views. You'll walk along a broad pedestrian-friendly main street lined with shops offering everything from beachwear, resort fashion, jewelry, and sunglasses to accessories, arts, crafts, souvenirs, gifts, and just about anything else you can imagine. Immediately at the harbor entrance is a large flea market where you can get great deals on local crafts and secondhand goods.

    After shopping, you can take a glass-bottom boat ride, a snorkel tour, or eat at any number of fantastic restaurants. It's in the heart of downtown at the Marina.

    Location: Finisterra a1, Centro, Marina, 23450 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico

    Open: 24/7

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    Patio Los Cabos

    Visit a local outdoor shopping plaza

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    Patio Los Cabos is an outdoor shopping plaza formerly known as Plaza Sendero, offering a wide range of local businesses offering just about everything from furniture to electronics and eyewear. You can hit up a café for a cup of coffee or a frappe, grab a bite to eat at a local restaurant, and shop different kinds of stores that offer local takes on familiar goods. Some of the businesses here include Soul Shoes, Interceramic, La Michoacana, and restaurants like Runny Pollo, Chilitepinos Wings, Toscano, and others.

    If you want some entertainment or a break from shopping, you can hit the multiplex theater. Patio Los Cabos is just 8 minutes outside of town. Plenty of parking is available on site.

    Location: De las Brisas 2404, Brisas del Pacifico, 23473 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico

    Open: Daily from 10 am to 10 pm

    Phone: +52 624 146 4547

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    Cabo San Lucas Marina

    Explore a central waterfront hub of the shopping scene

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    Cabo San Lucas Marina offers a wide range of shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities, including a shopping avenue, an indoor mall, and a traditional crafts market. The Marina is more of a destination where multiple shopping opportunities are centered than a shopping center unto itself. You can stroll a pedestrian-friendly boardwalk lined with souvenir shops, gifts, shops, and restaurants. You can head for the indoor multilevel shopping mall complete with a food court and movie theater.

    You can also explore dozens of stalls at an arts and crafts market to get locally handmade gifts and souvenirs for you and yours. You can even visit a flea market for secondhand deals. It's all in the heart of downtown.

    Location: Cabo San Lucas, BCS, Mexico

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    Plaza Bonita

    Travel the boardwalk along the marina

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    Plaza Bonita is a large outdoor shopping plaza along the Marina boardwalk in downtown Cabo San Lucas, offering nightclubs, restaurants, boutique shops, and big names all in one spot. You can shop haute couture fashions at the Dos Linas boutique, hit up tons of galleries showcasing local handmade arts and crafts, and shop a wide range of gift and souvenir stores. It's an astounding range of shops, bars, boutiques, and restaurants.

    You can spend your day browsing for that perfect take-home memory and grab a bite, then at night, party into the early hours at the heart of local nightlife. It's an entire vacation in a single plaza in the heart of downtown.

    Location: Blvd. Paseo de la Marina 17, Centro, 23450 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico

    Open: Monday–Saturday from 9 am to 9 pm, Saturday–Sunday from 10 am to 9.30 pm

    Phone: +52 624 143 3488

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    Plaza San Lucas

    Hit up a traditional big-box shopping plaza

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    Plaza San Lucas is an outdoor shopping center offering a range of big box stores, delis, wine and liquor outlets, and numerous smaller, boutique-style shops. If you need to grab the essentials at Walmart, this is the place to go, but you can also check out sunglass shops, resort wear, clothing outlets, health food stores, electronics shops, and even a fully-stocked deli. The plaza even offers onsite healthcare offerings. Every so often, entertainment exhibitions are set up outside, from carnivals to bungee jumping, so you can come and play as well as shop.

    Plaza San Lucas is only about 10 minutes outside town. It's a good escape to do some traditional shopping and get away from the crowds downtown.

    Location: Country club, Carretera Transpeninsular Km. 0.5 CSL - SJD Col. El Tezal, 23454 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico

    Open: Daily from 7 am to 11 pm

    Phone: +52 624 144 7246

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    El Merkado

    Shop a European-style public market

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    El Merkado is a vast public arts, crafts, and food market that is a huge part of the Los Cabos foodie scene. It's modeled after the centuries-old markets across Europe and is tucked inside the exclusive, upscale Koral Center shopping mall. El Merkado covers almost 11,500 square feet of space split over 2 floors and a cellar. Here you can find just about every kind of food you can imagine, from fresh produce and local meats to prepared food, spices, herbs, and more. You can also find arts and crafts from local vendors.

    El Merkado is a great way to soak up local culture and find great deals simultaneously. It's about 30 minutes north of town.

    Location: Carretera Transpeninsular, Bv. Cerro Colorado, 23400 San José del Cabo, B.C.S., Mexico

    Open: Daily from 8 am to 9 pm

    Phone: +52 624 191 4476

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    The Glass Factory

    Pick up a hand-blown ornament

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    The Glass Factory is the place to go to find handmade, beautiful glassware from decorations to wall art to plates, cups, vases, and stained glass works to take home. If you have ever gone to a Mexican restaurant and been enchanted by the glasswork you see, this is the place where it's made—or one of them, at least. The factory is tucked within a charming building with astounding windows which are photo-worthy before you even go in.

    Here, you can find hand-blown figurines of animals and flowers, even Christmas ornaments to commemorate your travels to Mexico. The Glass Factory is directly within the heart of downtown Cabo San Lucas.

    Location: Calle General Juan Álvarez entre Capitán Manuel Pineda, Séptima Avenida y, 23460 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico

    Open: Monday–Friday from 7 am to 5 pm, Saturday from 7 am to 4 pm, Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm

    Phone: +52 624 143 0255

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