Palma de Mallorca shopping

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 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 …
Glass in Palma de Mallorca

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.
Books in Palma de Mallorca

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 l…
Department Store in Palma de Mallorca

El Corte Inglés

This flagship branch of Palma's biggest department store (there's also a smaller store in Palma) sells clothes, cosmetics, homewares and accessories, and tickets to local shows and events.
Shoes in Palma de Mallorca

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.
Market in Palma de Mallorca

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.
Clothing in Palma de Mallorca

Rosario P

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

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.