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Renaissance Mall in Aruba

Specialty Shops

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

Due to our multi-cultural inhabitants and international visitors, the specialty shops in Aruba cater to the needs of all that come here, varying in size, type, and location.

Depending on what it is you are looking for, Aruba offers distinct locations with specialty shops. Want to shop in Aruba for duty-free jewelry, diamonds, and pearls? Then the district surrounding the cruise terminal and the main bus terminal in Oranjestad is your destination.

Go Back in Time

Archaeological Museum in Aruba

In the Fontein cave situated in the Arikok National Park and at the Ayo Rock Formation you can see the Arawak drawings and carvings.…

Specialty Shops

Shopping in Aruba

Renaissance Mall in Aruba

Shopping Centers

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

Little Rouge Boutique Duty Free perfume and accessories storefront in Royal Plaza Mall in Oranjestad Aruba.

Duty Free

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

Everyday fresh fruits and vegetables available at Super Food Plaza

Grocery Stores

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

Jewelry display the Gandelman Jewelers.

Jewelry

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

Cosecha building located in Oranjestad

Arts & Crafts

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

Close-up of handmade jewelry and souvenirs at the Bon Bini Festival.

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.

Clothing & Footwear

Shopping for apparel on Aruba brings you a vast selection of international, regional, and local brands to choose from.

Downtown Oranjestad. Daniel Leo Square was the location of the commander's house - the residence of predecessors to the administrators and governors of the island, built in the first quarter of the 19th century

Shopping

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


Unique arts & crafts, varying from Murrato glass and ceramics created by ancient Italian techniques, to handcrafted Mopa Mopa art and Cuban cigars can be found in Aruba boutique stores at shopping malls like the Royal Plaza Mall and Paseo Herencia.

Authentic local arts and crafts, that carry Aruba's SEYO certification, a national seal of craftsmanship, are for sale at Cosecha with designer stores in both Oranjestad and San Nicolas. Colorful souvenirs with Aruba messaging on them found on flea markets and stands surrounding the cruise and bus terminals in Oranjestad, and alongside the 'Strip' in Palm Beach, are mostly 'made in Taiwan', and such. They're not typical Aruban or handcrafted on our island.

For luxury goods, world-class fashion brands and high-end shopping, Renaissance Mall is the place to be. Here you will also find shops that specialize in beachwear and best-fitting bathing suits. Branded specialty stores are also found in Palm Beach Plaza Mall.

Culinary specialties can be obtained at larger supermarkets like Ling & Sons and Superfood carrying the broadest selection of world cuisine items and spices.

Specialty gift shops are mostly found in the Palm Beach area, and at stores inside larger hotels.