Forgot your bathing suit? Looking to add some So-Cal flair to your wardrobe? Want to indulge in a little retail therapy? Whether you're going all out or staying within a budget, San Diego has a variety of choices. Happy shopping!

Bazaar Del Mundo Shops

Be prepared to be dazzled! Bazaar del Mundo Shops offer you hours of shopping pleasure in San Diego`s Old Town community. Spend a few minutes or browse for hours - you`ll keep finding new treasures to delight you! This is truly a worldwide shopping experience offered in a group of conveniently located shops.Find Mexican and international crafts, gifts, fair trade products, women`s fashion, jewelry and so much more. These shops are truly unique and not to be missed.
Location: 4133 Taylor Street San Diego, CA 92110
Phone: 619-296-3161

Carlsbad Premium Outlets

Carlsbad Premium Outlets features 90 outlet stores offering exceptional brands with extraordinary savings of 25% to 65% in an attractive outdoor village setting. Carlsbad Premium Outlets is conveniently located just over an hour`s drive from both Los Angeles and Orange County, just twenty minutes north of downtown San Diego on Interstate 5.
Location: 5620 Paseo del Norte Carlsbad, CA 92008
Phone: 760-804-9000

Coronado Ferry Landing

Come by car, boat or aboard the Flagship ferry from across the bay Coronado Ferry Landing and stroll through more than 25 eclectic and unique shops, including art galleries, bike rentals, sweet treats, fine and casual dining all while taking in the amazing view of the downtown San Diego skyline. Coronado`s first class shopping village along the San Diego Bay provides something for everyone and every budget. Located on First Street at B Avenue on the bay you`ll be sure to fall in love with all the food and shopping Coronado Ferry Landing has to offer.
Location: 1201 First St Coronado, CA 92118
Phone: 619.234.4111

Fashion Valley

More than 18 million visitors each year seek the dynamic, comprehensive, fine shopping environment uniquely offered by Fashion Valley. International guests on a week`s buying trip blend seamlessly with San Diegans in the mall on a quick errand or area executives entertaining clients at one of the signature eateries. Spanning 1.7 million square feet of space, housing over 200 fine stores and restaurants, Fashion Valley is a popular San Diego retail and tourist destination, meeting every budget, style and taste. A plethora of amenities, including a movie theater, six department stores, a newly renovated food court, water features and soft seating areas throughout the mall`s common areas, continually serve a wide range of age groups and demographics.
Phone: 619.297.3381

Hazard Center

Centrally located in San Diego`s Mission Valley, Hazard Center is a one-stop shopping location that features dining, retail, services and specialty locations. Visitors will find sit-down restaurants and grab-and-go eateries; health, wellness and beauty; banking and financial services; auto detailing and a movie theater, among other offerings. The wide variety of shops at Hazard Center makes it truly convenient for guests to quickly and efficiently get more done all in one place. Hazard Center is named after Roscoe "Pappy" Hazard, whose R.E. Hazard Contracting Company built and paved much of San Diego`s infrastructure; his brick making plant and construction yard stood for many years where Hazard Center stands today, developed in the late 1980s by his son, Bruce Hazard. Today, statues of Pappy and Bruce memorialize the Hazard family at the shopping center, and Pappy has a Facebook page dedicated to providing fans with the latest news and deals from Hazard Center.
Location: 7676 Hazard Center Dr San Diego, CA 92108
Phone: 619.543.8111

Horton Plaza

We invite you to visit Westfield Horton Plaza, downtown San Diego`s fashionable front door. Horton Plaza is located just blocks from the San Diego Convention Center with entrances on First Avenue & G Street near Nordstrom or Fourth Avenue and E Street. Anchored by Macy`s and Nordstrom, Horton Plaza has more than 100 specialty stores for necessities or splurges, plus exciting dining and entertainment options. Horton Plaza opened in August 1985. It was designed by Jon Jerde, named for the founder of San Diego Alonzo Horton and was developed by the Hahn Company. It was sold to the Westfield Group in 1998 and Westfield still owns it today. Horton Plaza is not your typical shopping center. The center boasts a myriad of surprises around each corner and is known for its colorful architecture. It is an outdoor, five-level mall, located on six and a half city blocks, adjacent to the Gaslamp Quarter in downtown.
Location: 324 Horton Plaza San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: 619.238.1596

Kobey`s Swap Meet

Friday-Sunday: 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM Kobey`s Swap Meet has operated at the San Diego Sports Arena location for nearly 33 years. Kobey`s outdoor market is as much a San Diego success story as it is a place to find great bargains, unique items and hundreds of garage sales. Each member of the Kobey family has played a part in the market`s accomplishments, from dad Monte, the business patriarch who opened the market in 1976, to his children and grandchildren who have appeared in company ads and now help run the swap meet. Monte Kobey launched his San Diego swap meet in 1976 at the Midway Drive-In with only thirteen sellers. The swap stayed at the drive-in for several years until it was slated to close. In August 1980 Monte moved the swap to the nearby Sports Arena. The Sports Arena`s exposed and busy location helped Kobey`s Swap Meet take off in earnest.
Location: 3500 Sports Arena Blvd San Diego, CA 92110
Phone: 619.226.0650

Las Americas Premium Outlets

Las Americas Premium Outlets is the area`s largest outlet center. With 125 stores featuring exceptional brands with extraordinary savings of 25% to 65% every day at Adidas, Banana Republic, BCBG Max Azria, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Coach, J.Crew, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and more plus an excellent choice of eateries and restaurants. Stroll through the center`s beautiful courtyards with fountains, statues and elegant architecture and enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Located at the epicenter of two countries, two major cities, two cultures, world-class tourism and the busiest international border crossing in the world.
Location: 4211 Camino de la Plaza San Diego, CA 92173
Phone: 619-934-8400

Seaport Village

On your trip to San Diego you can be assured of two things: the weather will be amazing and you`ll discover lots to do at Seaport Village. Come explore 50-plus diverse shops, 17 unique eateries and outdoor entertainment and find everything under the sun. With over 50 places to shop, we very well might have everything. Clothing for women, men and kids. Souvenirs, art, toys. Gifts for others, gifts for yourself. And in between the variety in all the shops, the everything continues - a lagoon, a carousel, a marina and much more.
Location: 849 W Harbor Dr San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: 619.235.4014

Shops at the Del - Hotel Del Coronado

Shops at The Del offer more than 15 unique shops, featuring apparel for the whole family, home accents, bath and spa products, shoes, purses, toys and a full collection of Del merchandise. The perfect alternative to a shopping mall, Shops at The Del is a great place to spend the day. For a unique gift idea, Del Gift Cards are available in almost any denomination and can be redeemed for shopping, dining, spa services or accommodations.
Location: 1500 Orange Ave Coronado, CA 92118
Phone: 619-435-6611

University Town Center (UTC)

If you are visiting San Diego, Westfield UTC is a shopping destination unlike any other. Unwind under the palm trees and relaxing sunshine and "Escape Everyday" at Westfield UTC, where the southern California lifestyle is at its best. Westfield UTC is San Diego`s iconic, open-air shopping, dining and entertainment destination. Anchored by Nordstrom, Macy`s and Sears, Westfield UTC delivers the quintessential San Diego experience through gold standard customer service and amenities, luxury brands, a family-friendly experience, along with signature events and entertainment
Location: 4545 La Jolla Village Drive San Diego, CA 92122
Phone: 858-546-8858

Viejas Outlet Center

Across from the casino is the 255,000 square-foot Viejas Outlets, featuring more than 50 of America`s favorite brand names. The 37-acre Viejas Outlets is an open-air shopping destination with an American Indian village theme. The center reflects the beauty of Alpine`s surrounding natural environment with rock formations, bronze wildlife sculptures and water features throughout the site. At the heart of the center is the Show Court, featuring an interactive water fountain by day and dynamic seasonal shows choreographed with lasers and pyrotechnics by night. Family friendly, kids are welcome to splash away the day in the interactive water fountain and let the good times roll in the bowling alley.
Location: 5005 Willows Rd Suite 229 Alpine, CA 91901
Phone: 619.659.2070

Little Italy Mercato

Every Saturday in Little Italy at W. Cedar & India Streets – 8am to 2pm The Little Italy Mercato is the city market for downtown San Diego residents and visitors with more than 150 booths lining W. Cedar Street from Kettner Blvd to Front Street offering farm fresh produce, artisan foods and specialty items.
Location: W. Cedar & India Streets