A society of Maya artists, the ‘Woodlanders’ Workshop’ crafts exquisite handmade books, posters and fine-art prints from recycled paper infused with local…
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- Sna Jolobil
Next to the Templo de Santo Domingo, Sna Jolobil – Tzotzil for ‘Weaver’s House’ – exhibits and sells some of the very best huipiles (long, sleeveless…
Pick up a bottle of artisanal pox (pronounced 'posh'; alcohol made from sugarcane) infused with honey, chocolate or fruits like nanche (a sweet, yellow…
- Abuelita Books
A great place for a leisurely browse over hot coffee or a steamy tea and simple snacks; come here to replenish your reading material from an excellent…
- El Camino de los Altos
Creators of exquisite furnishings and textiles, El Camino de los Altos is a collaboration of French textile designers and 130 Maya weavers.
- Lágrimas de la Selva
A lovely jewelry store where you can watch jewelers work with amber.
- Fruit & Vegetable Shops
Stock up for a picnic at these fruit and veg shops.
- Nemi Zapata
A fair-trade store that sells products made by Zapatista communities: weavings, embroidery, coffee and honey, as well as Ejército Zapatista de Libéracion…
Modern designs fashioned from traditional Maya textiles.