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The Lakeside Guide to Ajijic & Lake Chapala, Mexico
Antonieta finishes the ends of a carpet.
Elena working at her handloom.
Romeo Bahrena Villa makes a living selling silver and stone jewelry in the streets of Ajijic, Mexico.
Beaded earrings.
Knitting Store Ajijic
The last step is to cure the ink with this machine so the shirts can be safely washed without the design coming off.

Shops / Lake Chapala, Mexico

In and around Ajijic, you'll discover a mix of local boutiques, artisanal markets, and contemporary shopping centers catering to everyone's needs.

Browse handcrafted pottery, textiles, and jewelry, or find unique home décor, clothing, and accessories, ideal for visitors seeking memorable gifts or souvenirs to take back home.

While anything you can't find locally is just an hour away in Mexico's second-largest city, Guadalajara, (and with online shopping, even obscure items are available almost overnight), the majority of products can be found locally if you know where to look.