Shopping in Puerto Vallarta

Best Shopping & Malls in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Shopping in Puerto Vallarta

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  • Jody G
    Toronto, Canada245 contributions
    A very large market. Many items sold here not easily found in local supermarkets. Excellent baked goods fresh pasta and a very large selection of prepared foods including Indian Thai Mexican and more. Live music and creative clothing and jewlery as well as crafts. I will be a regular here every Sat. morning. Go early for best selection it is a popular market.
    Written November 21, 2021
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  • JJToron2
    Toronto, Canada113 contributions
    Galleria Dante is a large gallery, with enough space to showcase the artists who it represents. It does a good job of selecting a mix of interesting artists - mostly painters but also some sculptors - and displaying their work in a lovely setting. There's a cafe/restaurant on the 2nd floor and good washrooms. Worth a visit if you are in downtown Puerto Vallarta.
    Written December 26, 2021
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  • Henry M
    Hannover, Germany41 contributions
    Nice mall, looks like Florida. Could have more restaurants but its great for clothes, as it has all the usual brands. Nice for an evening stroll.
    Written July 4, 2021
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  • PookieICURN
    Phoenix, AZ9 contributions
    We wanted to do some climate controlled shopping and my husband needed a new shirt for dinner and decided to check out the local mall. Took an Uber from our hotel, Hacienda San Angel (see my review, awesome place!). This was your usual average mall. We were practically the only people in there so that was nice. They had some nice stores, especially AyGuey. I love their stuff. And we spent most of our time in the largest department store, LiverPool. They had the cutest selection of kids clothes. I bought two outfits for our toddler daughter, she loved them. And a nice shirt for my husband and one for my eldest son. All and all a nice experience .

    COVID info - they had a security greeter at all entrances with temp taking and sanitizers and social distancing and masking throughout.
    Written October 7, 2020
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  • JoAnn2656
    Saint Paul, MN26 contributions
    Terrific food choices to bring back to your condo. Great fruit and breads and Vegs. They had stands to buy nice clothing, Mexican type wares and restaurants to buy breakfast or lunch!
    Written February 1, 2020
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  • Mark S
    Puerto Vallarta, Mexico59 contributions
    Absolutely beautiful collection of art representing much of the variety and uniqueness of Mexican artwork. If you like to explore art and culture check out their new Hidalgo location. Live in PV and this is one of my favorites.
    Written January 9, 2020
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  • digitalroc
    Calgary, Canada1,320 contributions
    This is the PV Flea Market located by the Rio Cuale which divides the town. It is worth the time to come down and check it out, you can always find an interesting gift, and if you don’t mind haggling, you can always get a better deal.
    Written November 15, 2021
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  • Travel lady.
    Greenville, SC363 contributions
    It a small mall, super clean, nice shops. Took us about 20 minutes to 2 walk the whole thing. Clean bathrooms.
    Written May 15, 2019
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  • Matt_UKTX
    Houston, TX706 contributions
    We visited Colectika on a self guided ArtWalk tour, and were not disappointed. We purchased some lovely pieces here, at a very reasonable price. We will definitely return on our next visit to PV.
    Written March 13, 2020
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  • Corey P
    Irvine4 contributions
    One of the few REAL talavera shops in Vallarta. They do not the cheap clay knockoffs you see in the tourist shops. Antonio is knowledgeable and will go into as much sett as you like. A real old school business.
    Written December 30, 2021
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  • Stacy H
    Clayton, NC29 contributions
    Gary Thompson does an excellent tour of the firsr half of the Malecon sculptures 930am Tuesdays. Today we were also joined by other volunteers from Vallarta 101 and Peyote People who helped Gary. This tour covers 7 sculptures from the North End (Millennium) to Rotunda of the Sea. Wednesday evening's 6pm he covers the second half of the Malecon. On the tour today we also had a Fernando Banos (Mathis Lidice), designer of the Millennium tell us more about his inspiration.

    Most of the sculptures are are privately funded and have taken 1- 3 years from conception to installation. After a hurrice, the entirw Malecon was recreated, including repairs and movement of many sculptures. Kevin (peyotepeople) gave additional information about the Huichol Symbols made from pebbles on the Malecon. They cone from the Wixarika tribe (also known as Huichol). Handouts were provided and the tour ended at Gallerie Pacifico with beer, wine, diet coke, and water.

    Tour is free, with requested donation to the library representative who gives a brief presentation at rhe Gallerie.

    Looking forward to the second half on another day!
    Written March 10, 2020
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  • TravelBug984032
    Wainwright, Canada197 contributions
    We took the Mojonares bus from Centro - and it was quite a long bus ride. It's in a neighbourhood, and there are small tents set up along many streets. You have to dig through all of the items, but you're likely to always come away with some good deals. There are also food vendors there. Bano's out there are quite disgusting apparently -- and fortunately we didn't need to use one. It's a great way to spend much of the day. Good to go early -- like leave at 7 a.m. to get the best selection and beat the crowds
    Written January 2, 2020
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