Mallorca Shopping

Mallorca Shopping Tips
Majorca is a paradise for shopping, whether in Palma directly or elsewhere on the island.

A vacation without shopping - at least in Mallorca this is unthinkable. Therefore the range of shopping possibilities is simply too large and too tempting. And there is a lot of it just here. From small souvenirs to take home, to island specialities that you simply love to take home, to typical Majorcan craftsmanship. Shopping in Majorca - this project rightly leads many people first and foremost to Palma. The capital of the island attracts a lot of people to feel comfortable and understood while shopping and to be inspired. Whether in one of the concept stores, designer shops or on the strolling miles in the old town. Boulevards such as the Borne or the Avenida Jaume open up all the international fashion brands. 

Of course, there are also big department stores in the city, and with Porto Pi and the Fan Center there are also spacious shopping malls. In addition, you can search for the things you want in outlets and factory stores. To buy leather goods you can go to the Inca industrial area, and for a pair of the famous Tony Mora leather boots you have to go to the outlet in Alaró. The trendy brand Camper has several stores in Palma, at the airport and a shop for exhibits and prototypes in Inca. One of the most popular addresses for brand fashion at affordable prices is the Fashion Outlet Center at Marratxi.

Apart from fashion and accessories, many people love to shop for island products, which have a long tradition of craftsmanship. These include classic wickerwork, especially hats and baskets. The centre of this old handicraft of palm weaving is Artá. There, the leaves of the mini palms are used to create the often unique and unique pieces. If you are looking for them in Palma, you will find them in the Sindicat district, in the shop Mimbreria Vidal. And another typical Majorcan product can be found in the island capital: pottery. Pots and terrines, cups, plates and pots. The typical casseroles are still produced in numerous workshops on the turntable. The centre of handicraft are Marratxí and especially Portol. In the surrounding quarries the clay for the craft is extracted.  

Traditional products such as the famous pearls or the ikat fabrics with the tongue pattern are also closely associated with Mallorca. The latter are still produced today in the centre of the island in Santa Maria and in the north in Pollenca. Mallorca pearls are mainly associated with the city of Manacor, where they are still produced today. And not to forget: Majorcan delicatessen as ensaimada, olive oil, sobrassada can be enjoyed bit by bit in one of the small delicatessen shops or one of the market halls in Palma. There you can get the delicious Mallorca products fresh on your hand.

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