Come with your beach bag empty so you will have extra room for goodies when you go home. Typical handmade Mexican crafts can ... More
Mercado de Artesanias El Marlin
Come with your beach bag empty so you will have extra room for goodies when you go home. Typical handmade Mexican crafts can be found here, few really unique items, but many nicely made textiles, straw hats and silver jewelry. Pick a soft shawl or a bracelet to go with your dinner outfit, or think ahead a bit further and select some pottery to take home. Credit card acceptance varies by vendor. All will accept United States dollars but beware of poor exchange rates.
This is like an indoor flea market on the marina. It's a good place to go browse around for souvenirs and get out of the sun for awhile on your way to/from an activity at the marina. There is no air conditioning so it is rather hot in there but at least it's shady and they have a lot of fun things to see and buy. The prices seem fair but I think they tag them about $1. higher and expect you to haggle a little bit.
Here's one of the original palapa restaurants still patronized by locals. It's a humble place with a humble decor and
extremely good seafood. The specialties are raw oysters and shrimp that cost from $5 USD. Another specialty is red ...
This Mediterranean inspired all suites resort sits on a powdery sand beach in the heart of Cabo San Lucas. Every
suite comes with its own private balcony and sweeping views of Land's End and the sea.Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos ...
This collection has recently been opened to the public, and is offered at USD 1. Three areas are filled with
artifacts, maps, tools, photographs and journals that date back to the expeditions of Cortez in the 1500s. The history ...