Located across from La Esperanza sits this gallery-cum-boutique, opened by a Los Angeles expat. The store features home furnishings, art and traditional rugs sourced from artisans living in such regions as Oaxaca and Guadalajara. Don’t miss the charcoal works by artist Xavier Brockman, which are set in reclaimed wood frames.
Evoke the Spirit
New Yorker Brittany Borjeson opened Evoke the Spirit in 2014 after living between Los Angeles and Sayulita. A standout among the throng of stores in town, this earth-toned shop is most well known for their hand-woven animal skulls, which are made by the local Huichol people. The boutique also stocks high-quality wares including Mexican blankets, ceramics and beaded jewelry. (Each bead made by the Huichol people is blessed with a prayer).
Indagare Tip: Evoke the Spirit offers workshops for pom pom making and macramé at their beachside studio. Contact our Bookings Team to set up a lesson.
Pachamama Galeria & Boutique
Perhaps the most well-known and buzzed about spot in town is Pachamama, a concept store and hotel opened by French-born, world traveler, Natalie. The store showcases incredible hand-made caftans, pillowcases, blankets and belts, all of which use eco-friendly materials. Part of the space serves as a gallery, showcasing art and movies alongside rainbow colored ribbons. Upstairs is the hippie-chic hotel Casa Love, which boasts hammocks for relaxing, brightly painted spaces and a help yourself bar.