Puerto de la Cruz shopping

Arts & Crafts in Puerto de la Cruz

Casa de la Aduana

The most comprehensive selection of quality crafts in town. A little pricey but this is no souvenir tat. The range includes classy locally produced jewellery, finely crafted ceramics, stone and glassware, quirky chi…
Clothing in Puerto de la Cruz

Atlantico Shop

The leather goods sold here are sourced in Morocco but, no, the souk tradition of haggling doesn’t apply here. The quality-to-price ratio is good however, and the range is extensive and includes shoes, belts, coats …
Arts & Crafts in Puerto de la Cruz

La Ranilla

Look for a tiny former fisherman’s cottage painted brilliant turquoise and now the happy home to this crafts shop specialising in innovative local handmade art and handcrafts including jewellery, ceramics, textiles …
Food in Puerto de la Cruz

Jamónes Riviera

This market-style stall is a daily institution, and where the locals come to stock up on all those deli goodies, aside from seafood, including cheese, chorizo and the famous jamón serrano, which can be sold vacuum-p…
Fashion & Accessories in Puerto de la Cruz

Lino Troska’s

Sells a limited but tasteful array of exquisitely painted silk garments and scarves plus their specialty – ceramics, decorative items and jewellery created from volcanic lava combined with silver, gold, semi-preciou…
Food & Drinks in Puerto de la Cruz

Licoreria Puerto

The place to stock up on a few edible mementos from a wide array of Canarian specialties including banana wine (available for tasting) mojo spices, aloe vera products and ecological preserves, honey, spreads, cactus…
Fashion & Accessories in Puerto de la Cruz


An enchanting small boutique selling beautifully crafted jewellery, designer-look women’s fashion and casual chic accessories, including sequined belts and glittery evening bags.
Jewellery in Puerto de la Cruz

Rhodian House

This shopping street has a couple of gems on it, including Rhodian House, which sells jewellery primarily made from natural abalone and colourful seashells.
Jewellery in Puerto de la Cruz


Swiss-owned Marysol was one of the first shops to open back in the ‘80s and specialises in fine jewellery made with coral, lava and silver.