Mercado de Artesanías La Diana
Located in the Golden Zone, Shoppers can find bargains on such items as sandals and beachwear, as well as leather goods, typical Mexican jewelry and souvenirs.
Mercado de Artesanías Parasal
A big outdoor market, is five blocks from the zócalo (the central plaza area). It’s not a flea market but rather hundreds of stalls and shops selling goods from across Mexico—embroidered clothing, pottery, papier-mâché, onyx figurines and silver jewelry, some of it from the country’s most famous jewelry city, Taxco.
Mercado de Artesanías Noa Noa
Located near Hornos Beach. Noa Noa has crafts and folk art ranging from wood and onyx carvings to weavings, ceramics and clothing.
Punta Diamante is a completely different world. You won’t find many open-air markets here but you will find shopping plazas lined with luxury shops and beautiful decorated streets. The vibe is more luxury-resort rather than an authentic Mexican open-air market feel. And if you get hungry after all that shopping, you’ll find numerous bars and restaurants lining the streets.