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Hito

A gallery, designer homeware store and artist-in-residence project rolled into one, Hito is run by New York expat jewellers Gillian Conroy and Danica Wilcox. On display are eye-catching, one-of-a-kind local crafts a…
Arts & Crafts in Artà

d'Artà

Housed in Artà's handsome, disused train station and incorporating the tourist office, this collective venture displays the wares of local, traditional artisans for sale. Beautiful leatherwork, handsome ceramics and…
Arts & Crafts in Pollença

La Merceria

This gloriously retro emporium merges vintage style with contemporary design. Among the unique trinkets and gifts are nostalgic sepia postcards of old Pollença, Barcelona fashion, handmade straw boaters for a dash o…
Food & Drinks in Ses Salines

Bodega Llum de Sal

Artworks jazz up the walls of this stone-and-wood, split-level gourmet food store on the main drag – one of the loveliest in this corner of the island. As well as doing great coffee, it sells gourmet food products, …
Market in Sineu

Sineu Market

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…
Arts & Crafts in Palma de Mallorca

Típika

This small shop is dedicated to promoting the craftsmanship and gastronomy of Mallorca. Here you'll find wines, olive oils, salts and liquors, as well as ceramics and other handicrafts from small family artisan busi…
Food & Drinks in Pollença

Enseñat

A full-on savoury and pungent aroma of wholesome food fills your nostrils as you walk into Enseñat. Pick up salts, preserves, cheeses, meats, including homemade sobrassada (paprika-flavoured cured pork sausage), and…
Food & Drinks in Palma de Mallorca

El Paladar

'The Palate' is a wonderland for jamón lovers. The flavour of air-cured pig scents the air, mingling with the cheese, sobrassada and other delights on display. There's plenty of other Mallorcan produce, including wi…
Food in Palma de Mallorca

Colmado Santo Domingo

It's almost impossible to manoeuvre in this narrow little shop, so crowded are its shelves with local Mallorcan food products – cheeses, honey, olives, olive oil, pâté, fig bread, balsamic vinegar, Sóller marmalade …
Market in Pollença

Sunday Market

Held year-round, Pollença's Sunday market is one of the largest and liveliest in Mallorca. Fruit, veg, cheese, wine, herbs and spices are concentrated in the Plaça Major, with handicrafts and other stalls taking ove…