Are you visiting California just in time for the Holidays? Are you looking for new and amazing spots for Holiday Shopping? We’ve compiled three of the best shopping destinations in California.

Read on to see what these open-air shopping malls have to offer!

Are you a bargain hunter, a mall rat, or a shopaholic?

Then California is an ideal destination for you!

The birthplace of numerous famous brands and home to tons of shopping malls and boutiques, chances are you’ll have no problem finding a store that’s perfect for you.

Today, we’re sharing three of the biggest and coolest shopping malls in the state, but rest assured that California has a lot more to offer!

The Americana at Brand

Located in Glendale, less than three hours away from San Diego, The Americana is a large outdoor mall known not only for its famous shops but also for its beautiful design.

With large, grassy areas, a vast and gorgeous fountain, and in wintertime, an enormous Christmas tree, this is the kind of shopping mall that promises experiences as well as shopping opportunities.

With over 76 different stores, some of them world-class brands hard to find elsewhere, The Americana is fit for even the most demanding fashionista.

If the “shop until you drop” mentality isn’t your style, there’s no reason to worry. The Americana offers a wide arrange of dining and food options, as well as a movie theatre.

What’s more, The Americana is also known for its weekly and monthly events, which run the gamut between food festivals and exercise sessions that have transformed this shopping mall into a cornerstone of the community.

Victoria Gardens

This enormous outdoor mall in Rancho Cucamonga is the kind of mall where you have to spend an entire day or two to explore in its totality.

With 172 stores to choose from, some popular, others considerably more niche, Victoria Gardens has something for every member of your family, no matter their age or tastes.

Though the mall is enormous, a large part of it can be traversed by car, and for those who prefer walking, there are plenty of seating areas, both shaded and open-air.

With over 50 different dining options, you won’t be hungry for long while visiting this shopping mall, and if restaurants aren’t your thing, the mall has a large dining area where you’re sure to find a seat.

Victoria Gardens is also known for its seasonal Farmer’s Market, which takes place in the wide streets of the mall, turning what’s already a convenient location into an ultra-practical one.

Who said you couldn’t get your groceries while shopping for fun?

Rancho Cucamonga is two a short, two-hour drive away from San Diego.

Fashion Island

Just an hour and a half away from San Diego stands Fashion Island, Newport Beach’s preferred shopping destination.

This stunning and modern open-air shopping mall offers a wide arrange of comfortable seating areas, plenty of waterscaping, and over 160 stores, Fashion Island is an experience all by itself.

Arrive early and enjoy a delicious brunch at one of the many dining options before exploring everything this mall has to offer.

From boutique stores, famous brands, and one of the most massive Bloomingdale’s and Neiman Marcus’ stores in California, make this an ideal destination for holiday shopping.