Shopping in Pollença

  • Shopping 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 of Gatsby glamour, funky lampshades, gorgeous ceramics, cool glassware, creative candles, ace photos, art, jewellery and uplifting designs. Out back there's a fab collection of kids' books and clothing.

  • Shopping in Pollença


    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 Sóller marmalade at this gourmet deli, in business since the 1940s. There's also a superb range of Mallorcan wines.

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    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 over an ever-widening arc of surrounding streets.

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    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 and accessories, from Teixits Vincens' fine robes de llengües (Mallorcan striped fabrics) to sheepskin baby booties and faux hunting trophies made of felt.

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    Teixits Vicens

    Artisans have been making the striped Mallorcan fabrics known as robes de llengües here at this family-run business since 1854, and the contemporary fabrics they turn out are faithful to traditional designs. Some of their works are on display at Hito.