One of rural Mallorca's most venerable traditions, Sineu's weekly market has taken over the town centre every Wednesday morning since 1306. Spreading out from Sa Plaça and down to the Plaça des Fossar, it sells live…
Snag a bargain at Camper's factory outlet, which does a brisk trade in seconds and end of lines.
Sprawling over most of the town centre, Inca's Thursday market is one of the biggest on the island, with hundreds of stalls doing a brisk trade in everything from honey and herbs to ceramics, flowers, fabrics and fr…
This company, the best-known Manacor pearl manufacturer, was founded by German Eduard Heusch in 1902 and now has its two-storey showroom on the edge of town on the road to Palma. Upstairs you can see a handful of pe…
So long has this fresh-food market been running on this site in central Manacor that the square is known colloquially as 'Plaza de ses Vegetables'.
Orquidea is one of Manacor's major purveyors of Mallorcan pearls (in turn, one of the major reasons many come to Manacor to shop).
Barrats has been hand-making shoes since the days of Queen Victoria. Its flagship store, in Inca, also sells jackets and luggage.
An elder statesman of Inca's famed leatherworking tradition, Lottusse makes upmarket shoes, clothing, bags and other accessories.
The factory outlet of this long-standing shoe manufacturer offers a cheaper way to pick up its handmade leather footwear.
Stalls selling local handicrafts (and some cheap trinkets) set up in this square every Saturday morning.