Shopping in Palma de Mallorca

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    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 wines and canned fish, and you can perch on a stool to enjoy a glass and tasting plate.

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    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 and Sóller marmalade to name just a few – while sobrassada hangs from the ceiling.

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    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 businesses across the island.

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    Vidrierias Gordiola

    The Gordiola family can call on nearly 300 years of glassmaking skill, everywhere evident in the fantastically shaped and coloured vases, lamps, stemware and other vitreous works of art on display in this shop.

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    Fine Books

    This extraordinary collection of secondhand books, including some really valuable treasures, rambles over three floors. It's the place for secondhand, English-language books in Palma: if you can't find what you're looking for, Rodney will try to track it down for you. In this increasingly digital age, Fine Books is a rare gem indeed.

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    El Corte Inglés

    This flagship branch of Palma's biggest department store sells clothes, cosmetics, homewares and accessories, and tickets to local shows and events. There's also a smaller store in Palma.

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    Carmina

    A classic of traditional Mallorcan shoemaking, Carmina makes a virtue of dark tones, brogues and loafers that will set you back €340 to €500. If you want Cordoban leather, expect to pay €600 and more.

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    Mimbreria Vidal

    This sprawling shop showcases wickerwork, much of it made in Mallorca as well as in mainland Spain. There are mats, baskets, hats and smaller decorative items which may just fit in your hand luggage.

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    Flea Market

    The sprawling Rastro (Flea Market) is something of a Palma insitution. Alongside second-hand stalls with the usual mix of trash and treasure, you'll find food, leatherwork and more.

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    Magatzem de Santa Catalina

    Master shoemaker, Domingo Moya makes the most wonderful espadrilles, that Mallorcan summer sandal classic, with several styles to choose from. Prices start at around €26.

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    Rosario P

    Local designer Rosario Pérez, a trained artist, sells her delicate hand-painted silk clothes, scarves and other accessories from this little boutique.

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    Craft Market

    This attractive street-long market sells some original art and crafts from stalls set between the palm trees and is open late for post-dining browsing.

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    Mercat de Pere Garau

    Serving the working class northeast of Palma, the Pere Garau is bursting with fresh fruit, vegetables, smallgoods, seafood, pastries and more.

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    Camper

    Best known of Mallorca’s famed shoe brands, funky, eco-chic Camper is now incredibly popular worldwide.

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    Bordados Valldemossa

    Embroidered linens, many made on the island, fill this old-timey shop.

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    B Connected Concept Store

    Part of a local cluster of B Connected stores focusing on various facets of stylish living, this designer 'concept' store is very much at home in Santa Catalina. Dedicated to homewares and interior design, it sells all sorts of knick-knacks that you never knew you needed. The look is generally contemporary with the occasional retro touch.

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    Chocolate Factory

    The Chocolate Factory does precisely what it says on the tin. Besides irresistible pralines, macaroons and slabs of amazingly intense 100% cocoa chocolate, it also does a fine line in chocolate-filled ensaïmadas, chocolate fondues, cakes and ice cream.

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    Trading Place

    One of the largest dealers in secondhand books (mostly English, but some Spanish and German), it also sells furniture and serves as something of a meeting and information point for Palma's expat community.

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    Dialog

    The selection of German- and English-language books here is small but very carefully chosen, with especially good sections on languages and books about Mallorca.

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    El Corte Inglés

    This branch of the huge Spanish department store franchise is good for getting many things under one roof.