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Plaza Caracol

The most expansive indoor mall in Cancun amply rewards shoppers who traverse its floors. There's Envy, which carries designer labels like D&G and Polo; Sybele, an upscale retailer purveying clothing and offbeat items; and Majolica, a tiny shop that sells reproduction portraits of Frida Kahlo.

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Plaza Forum by the Sea

This airy and highly strollable mall has its fair share of boutiques worth visiting, including mod home-decor shop Bassik (we love the giant bowls made from Mexican tzalam wood) and Tequila House, a trinket shop that offers strikingly accurate clay figurines made in your likeness—with a short turnaround time ($35 and up).

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Plaza Flamingo

A trio of squawking parrots greets shoppers at the main entrance to this mall. We're especially fond of Wayan Natural Wear, a local chain that carries imports from Indonesia, lots of Mexican crafts (other locations are throughout Cancun), and a number of sterling-silver jewelry stores. 11.5 Blvd. Kukulcan, 52-998-883-29-45

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La Isla Shopping Village

The open-air layout and many outdoor cafes make a visit worthwhile, not to mention the sheer volume and variety of shops—from Zingara, a swimwear boutique filled with an eponymous line of bright mix-and-match separates (from $20 per piece) to Zara, a trendy Spain-based fashion boutique chain.

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Mixik

This is the best—and most fun—shop we found in our travels. We love Mixik's treehouse-like exterior almost as much as the entirely ungimmicky and enormously eye-pleasing items found inside, which include prettily packaged incense and painted paper-mache skulls.

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mercado de artesanias la diana

Though smaller than the Mercado de Artesanías (see above), this market is easier to get to from the major strip hotels. Bonus: It's open late to accommodate night-owl shoppers. For their pure kitsch factor, we fell in love with the giant burlap yarn paintings of various Mexican tableaus, $30 (see above,).

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Plaza Bahia

Two floors of boutiques, most of them dedicated to summery apparel, make up this compact mall. Our picks: Il Mare, which sells XOXO swimwear; and Ciao, a purveyor of D&G and Moschino. 125 Ave. Costera Miguel Aleman in the Golden Zone, 52-744-485-69-39

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El Gato Gordo

Citrus-hued both inside and out, this tiny shop ("the fat cat" in English) is hard to miss. Pop in for a dose of affordable items that make great gifts: handwoven scarves in rainbow stripes ($6 to $12) and tons of elaborately painted wooden figurines from the state of Oaxaca ($10 and up).

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Peyote Peopl

The ancient Huichol tribe dwells in the Sierra Madre mountains and is known for its technique of covering objects with thousands of tiny beads. Find a great selection of their crafts here, along with barrels of fragrant Mayan Moka coffee.

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Poinciana

Located next to its sister stores Serafina and Sirenas (see nos. 10 and 11), this Mexican handicrafts boutique always tops our list. It carries a plethora of items awash in color, like bright embroidered pillows (from $40) and intricately painted talavera ceramics (from $8).

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