Open Monday through Saturday
Shop, Dine, Relax. The Shoppes at Palmilla offers discriminating shoppers some of the finest shopping and business services in Baja — from fashion, fine art and furnishings to private banking and exclusive restaurants. The Shoppes feature traditional Spanish colonial hacienda architecture with covered esplanades, tiered fountains, wrought iron benches and colorful foliage throughout where you have access to the finer things in life but with a Mexican flavor. The best place to shop for elegant clothing, local art and ceramics and find international luxury items from Chopard and Harry Winston.
The Shoppes also have a Farmers’ Market every Friday from 9am to 1pm. EAT Cabo is a hip, California styled restaurant featuring great tasting, simple and healthy cuisine. EAT is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner; take it out, order for delivery or better yet, enjoy dining at their peaceful outdoor terrace. In addition to their “healthy” menu, hamburgers and juicy steaks are available too, along with wine and beer. From 6 to 9pm they go Italian with their “EAT-alian” menu which includes pastas, salads, pizzas, wine and wonderful desserts.
Open Daily from 9am through 9pm. Cabo San Lucas Marina
Puerto Paraíso Mall has been the Cabo San Lucas marina centerpiece since opening its collective doors in 2002 offering shops, restaurants, movie theatres and various services. This mall is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. There is a large underground parking garage but be sure to have some pesos on you as they do not accept dollars at the parking payment booth. Recent additions to Puerto Paraiso include a 2,000-square-meter business center housing professionals like attorneys, real estate brokers, developers, and construction firms and the new Luxury Avenue, a store featuring top luxury brand-name stores like Louis Vuitton, Montblanc, Burberry, Fendi, Coach, Cartier, Chopard and Swarovski.
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At Km. 4.5 on the highway, Costco Cabo San Lucas is exactly the same as the Costco you visit at home although there are more local Mexican products and Spanish signage. Don’t worry if you have forgotten your Costco card at home because they can look up your membership for you. There is a food court, pharmacy, tire center and 1 Hour Photo/Digital Prints. It is usually worth a visit to Costco to stock up on water and beer at the very least but if you are planning to have any of your meals at home then you can arrange to have your groceries pre-purchased for you or do a quick shopping trip to Costco when you arrive.
If you don’t have a Costco card other options are Sam’s Club/Walmart located in Plaza San Lucas (Transpeninsular Highway 23463 Cabo)
Located in the Plaza Los Arcos, alongside the Home Depot on the Transpeninsular freeway, Green Tree Market Deli is one of the few places in Cabo where you can buy organic produce, gluten-free grocery items and grass fed beef. The beef line up includes steaks for the BBQ like Ribeye and New York Strip and they also have ground beef. Among the gluten-free items on offer are pasta, bread and crackers. While you shop you can enjoy a coffee or juice.
Victor’s Cabo offers a Shopping Tour lasts that is around 5-6 hours of intensive retail therapy in both Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo! You will be taken to Victor’s favorite shopping spots as well as have 2 hours to shop on your own. The tour, which costs $300 USD includes water, Mexican beers and a bilingual tour guide.