Located straight up Prince Street off the ferry dock, this jewelry store has some wonderful pieces in various metals and gems. Home to the former Kro-Go jewelry from Wharfside Village.
A small, eclectic art gallery and shop in the Shipwreck landing shopping area just south of Coral Bay proper where you can find some very unique island-art.
This small art gallery in Coral Bay, just on the way out to East End, is open afternoons, Tuesday through Thursday, and is worth the stop to see local artists Karen Samuel’s folk art and gift shop.
You’ll find very interesting and unique items for sale every day at the Caravan Gallery in Mongoose Junction. They are constantly adding new products at their retail location just upstairs from the North Shore Deli and just down stairs from St. John Brewers Tap Room. Stop in to get a gift for a fellow St. John lover, or something just right for home to help you remember your trip to the island.
Coffee Bar. Wine Bar. Dessert Bar. Local Art Galley. Crafts & Jewelry. We know it sounds like a lot and all over the board, but Bajo el Sol is worth stopping into on each trip to St. John. Enjoy a taste of wine and shop through their unique gallery
This retail shop on the North Shore Road between town and Mongoose Junction has clothing, snorkel gear rentals as well as boat charter rentals for the Bad Kitty BVI trips, Tropicat, and the new Calypso catamaran charter.
Support St. John by shopping at the Friends of the Virgin Islands National Park's two store locations - Mongoose Junction and the VINP Visitor's Center. You’ll find locally made gifts, art, maps, and you can arrange to join a variety of ranger-led programs in the park.
Just Beach! has your beach needs covered. Stop here for snorkel gear, sunscreen, beach toys, and a great selection of swimwear and resort fashion. Located in Mongoose Junction.
Your stop for tropical gifts and souvenirs, Island Fancy is located in Mongoose Junction. It boasts a variety of Caribbean crafts, including Christmas ornaments. You’ll also find toys and games, VI flags, and locally made products.
You can find Vibe in 3 locations throughout Cruz Bay - Wharfside, Mongoose Junction, and near the ferry dock. Known for their sterling silver designs, frequently accented with Larimar, Vibe’s handcrafted jewelry makes for a great reminder of your island visit.
Located in Mongoose Junction, Big Planet is a three-level shopping bonanza. They have a great selection of t-shirts, swimwear, beach apparel, flip-flops, sunscreen, and more!
Made in St.-John has apparel for whole family, designed and printed locally on St. John. Stop by the shop in Mongoose Junction for their incredibly soft tees and sweatshirts.
Chocolate Sea Salt. Strawberry Limeade. Pina Colada. How to choose? Load up a cooler of these locally made ice pops and enjoy them at the villa all week! Irie Pops offers organic, all-natural, dairy-free treats from their cute new shop on the way to the North Shore Road. They also have beer & water, sunscreen, and some great Irie schwag.
Bamboula offers an amazing assortment of clothing & accessories, home decor, and Caribbean art. It’s located in Mongoose Junction and shouldn’t be missed.
A great stop for a book to read on the beach, a morning coffee (try the Vietnamese Coffee) or Chai Tea Latte. Papaya is directly across from Starfish Market on the main floor of the Marketplace Shopping Center.
A full-service pharmacy for any medicinal needs as well as gift cards, sun screen, bug spray and a variety of beach items. Chelsea Drugs is located on the 2nd floor of the Marketplace Shopping center just outside of Cruz Bay.
Owner Paul Taskeres has created this unique and comfortable wine grotto right in the middle of Wharfside Village shopping area. He has a wonderful wine selection (as well as a few select cold beers), and serves charcuterie plates to snack on. Cork has just started making sandwiches for lunch / take-out as well.
On the one way just down from St. John Car Rental and next door to Lucky Chops, Baby’s Mini Mart has everything from ice to gum, cold beer to batteries. Stop in when walking through town to grab that last minute thing you forgot or ran out of.
Just 20 feet off the ferry dock is a staircase that will take you up to Beach Bum where you will find beach rental gear including snorkels, masks, fins, rental GoPro cameras, tents and more.