There are so many different shops with so much to sell! Definently do some shopping around before making your final decision.
What to buy: The Wind Chimes are a must buy. I was contimplating it the whole time I was there, and never ended up buying one. The minute the ship left the dock, I regreted not getting one. Eventually family went back down to mexico, and I got them to pick me up 5! Which was a good thing, they are very fragile!
Also, just before you step into the market, beware the children with the chicklets! I ended up comming home with 3 boxes. You are not supposed to buy them, but it is hard not to.
What to pay: CHEEP CHEEP CHEEP
The shop looks expensive from outside, but you can find very affordable and cheap nice stuff. If you buy enough stuff, the lady might give you 10% discount.
What to buy: Candles, wooden boxes, ceramics... nice and affordable, the best souvenirs I've seen in Baja.
What to pay: 1.20USD and up.
It is a place where you can buy genuine cuban cigars and rum. They are not counterfiters or rip off artists. I have beeen buying from them for 3 years now and every purchase has been a great deal.
What to buy: Ask for the Monte Cristo seconds. Monte Christos cost about $15.00 each but the cosmetically flawed ones are about $2.00 each and taste the same. I buy them in packs of 50 at a time. Also they have Havana Club rum. Don't get the white rum. Bacardi is just as good, get the dark rum. It is the smoothest you have ever tasted
What to pay: $2.00 to $25.00 per cigar. $15.00 for 750 ml of rum.
Chamuco (little devel) provides a unique line of original designs for T-Shirts, hats, and accessories.