Mallorca

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As expected, most of the island’s shops are centered in Palma (this is where you would head for popular Spanish fashion chains like Zara and Mango). The rest of the island is known for local handicrafts and wine. The weekly markets in villages and towns are fun.

Shopping in Mallorca

Avinguda Jaume III

A mile-long, arcaded avenue lined with chic designer clothing boutiques, high-end shoe shops, antique stores and other select establishments.

Palma, Mallorca, www.aroundmajorca.com
Tags: shopping | trendy | clothing | walking district

Casa Bonet

This is the place to go for Majorca’s famous finely-stitched linen embroidery, plus cotton tablecloths, napkins, pillowcases and sheets.

Plaça Federico Chopin, 2, Mallorca, 011-34-971-72-21-17
Tags: shopping | expensive | crafts

Colmado Santo Domingo

Foodie heaven with several dozen varieties of sausages hanging from the ceiling, plus farmhouse cheeses, Majorcan wines, homemade jams and the island’s wonderful fig cake.

Carrer Santo Domingo, 1, Mallorca, 011-34-971-71-48-87, www.colmadosantodomingo.com
Tags: shopping | moderate | culinary

El Corte Inglés

The Macy’s of Spain. Here you’ll find everything under the sun from souvenirs to wedding dresses. The big post-Christmas and summer sales are a bargain hunter’s delight.

Avenida de Alexandre Rosselló, 12, Mallorca, 011-34-971-770177, www.elcorteingles.es
Tags: family | shopping | moderate | department store

Fet a Má

The name means “Made by Hand” – an apt description of the locally produced  Majorcan and Spanish ceramics and glassware for sale here.

Carrer Sant Miguel, 52, Mallorca, 011-34-971-71-10-95
Tags: shopping | moderate | crafts | ceramics

Gordiola Glassworks

This same family has been producing fine, hand-blown glass for 250 years and their pieces make a perfect (if fragile!) souvenir. A visit includes a tour of the glass works and admission to their extensive museum.

Carretera Palma-Manocor, km.19, Algaida, Mallorca, 011-34-971-66-50-46
Tags: shopping | crafts

Jose L. Ferrer

Majorca’s best winery is located in the lovely town of Binissalem. After one of their daily tours, try a glass of the fine red “gran reserve” – their most popular variety.

Carrer Conquistador, 103, Mallorca, 011-34-971-51-10-50, www.vinosferrer.com
Tags: shopping | moderate | wine

Passeig per l'Artesania

This street is the best place to go for local handicrafts – browse shops selling everything from Majorcan glass to pearls.

Palma, Mallorca, www.aroundmajorca.com
Tags: shopping | crafts

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