Mallorca is full of many markets, souvenir shops and popular shops selling a wide range of products. From fresh fruit and vegetables, handcrafts, designer handbags and shoes to jewelry, you’ll find everything in the island. You can find markets every town and village, with the focus on local goods, such as fruit, vegetables and local handicrafts. There are also numerous shopping centers on the beachfronts and harbors, selling beach mats, espadrilles (Mallorca’s traditional footwear) and sun block.
Shopping on Mallorca can be a carefree and pleasant outing. The island’s finest shopping centers are found in the capital Palma, where you can find stores and boutiques selling fashionable and designer bags, shoes, clothes, etc. Looking for trendy apparel and designer labels? Palma house world’s top brands (Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss and a lot more) and famous Spanish brands (Custo, Desigual, Uterqüe and Zara). Most of the prestigious shopping streets are found in the center of the town on Avenida Jaume III and Passeig des Born.
Do you want to purchase souvenirs and local Mallorcan products for your friends and relatives or something to remain you of your amazing experience in the mesmerizing island of Mallorca? Mallorca has a large number of small, interesting shops that offer various souvenir items from food and beverages (hierbas, wines, sobrassada and ensaimada, the island’s favorite pastry), different handicrafts (leather and footwear (espradille), baskets, blown glasses, ceramics and potteries, hand-painted plates, wooden bowls, laces and embroidery )to jewelries (the island’s famous high-quality simulated pearls).
You can visit:
Olivar (Area: Plaza Olivar, 4, 07002 Palma, Illes Balears)
Santa Catalina (Area: Plaça Navegació, s/n, 07013 Palma de Mallorca)
Vidrios Gordiola (Area: Carretera Palma-Manacor, KM 16, 07210 Algaida, Mallorca)
Vidrios Gordiola and a lot more, especially along holiday resorts, beachfront and harbors.
You can also visit Carrer del Olms (Olmos), La Rambla (Ramblas), Plaza Mayor and/or other back streets in Palma, where most shops in these streets are market stalls owned by independent retailers and sellers of different handicrafts and other local products.