Although Palma is the epicentre of shopping, the rest of the island does have interesting shops where you can find the best fashion and the most exclusive souvenirs.
All of Mallorca is worth stopping at to do some shopping. In any nook or cranny, you can find a shop with charm or a workshop that attracts the visitor’s attention. Although Palma continues to reign as the shopping capital, the city centre a hubbub of activity that beckons one to explore its streets. From the iconic Jaime III to the luxury of Born, where the most exclusive national and international brands have established themselves.
Beyond the centre, there is one neighbourhood that has become a veritable Mediterranean Soho. Santa Catalina does not only have a wide and tempting array of restaurants and leisure to offer. Around the market there is a handful of boutiques and design workshops that have been set up in what was previously a fishermen’s quarter.
Outside of Palma, the island’s shopping centres congregate a lively range of possibilities brought together in a single place —renowned stores, restaurants, cinemas and multiple leisure options for all ages.
The villages of Mallorca flaunt a style of their own. Thus, the centre of Inca also has an interesting route to offer, amongst stores that are famous both nationally and internationally. In Manacor, on the other hand, the tradition of the pearl is still alive, and that of llata, or palmetto, which is woven into baskets in the village of Capdepera. Senalles and baskets big and small are the perfect accessory for anyone who wants to flaunt a Bohemian style.
The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range hides villages with a pronounced Mediterranean flavour. Deià, Valldemossa, Sóller, Alcúdia, Andratx and its port, Calvià and marinas like Port Adriano and Puerto Portals. In all of these places there is always a boutique that manages to capture the most boho-chic of styles, but also with room for exclusivity.