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Shopping for Arts and Crafts

Shopping for authentic artwork and crafts is an ideal way to take a piece of our culture home with you.

We have amazing local artists and craftspeople whose products are found in various gift shops and shops on the island.

Locally made Aruban arts and crafts are certified by the national seal of craftsmanship, Seyo Nacional pa Artesania, established by the government of Aruba through the Department of Culture.

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Shopping for Arts and Crafts

Shopping in Aruba

Shopping in Aruba

Aruba is a shopper’s paradise, and a haven for locally made crafts and international brands.

Authentic Aruba

Look for novel ways to enjoy a taste of Aruba, or bring a piece of our island back home, by buying authentic products.

Shopping for Clothing and Footwear

When clothes shopping in Aruba, there is a vast selection of international, regional and local brands to choose from.

Grocery Stores in Aruba

Shopping at Aruba's supermarkets is much like shopping at home.

Shopping for Jewellery on Aruba

Browse jewellers in Aruba for duty-free bargains on classic luxury brands and the latest trendy collections.

Aruba's Shopping Centres

Put the beach on hold for a few hours and indulge in some of the best shopping in the entire Caribbean region.

Aruba's Speciality Shops

Dive into the unknown world of speciality shops in Aruba to discover and explore fun, exotic offerings and local crafts

Duty Free

Take advantage of ample duty-free shopping while in Aruba for the best deals on everything from perfume to liquor.


Locally made Aruban arts and crafts are certified by the national seal of craftsmanship, Seyo Nacional pa Artesania, established by the government of Aruba through the Department of Culture. Many of these products can be purchased at Cosecha, located in a 100-year old historic building in the heart of Oranjestad, next to the historic Protestant Church. The shop features locally made Aruba souvenirs certified by the national seal of craftsmanship. There is a second location, Cosecha Store and Creative Centre in San Nicolas, that also offers workshops featuring hands-on experiences in a variety of art disciplines presented by local artisans.