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Photo: Annika Goldhammer
Photo: Annika Goldhammer

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Ice cream in Palma de Mallorca

In Palma de Mallorca there's an ice cream bar for every taste. Here are five of our favorites.

Cream Crew

Vegan ice cream outlet Cream Crew is as right on as an ice cream bar can be. What's more, it’s in exactly the right geographic location, in the heart of the hip Santa Catalina district. Flavors include matcha tea, tonka bean, acai, salt toffee and poppy seed. The surprisingly creamy ice cream is made from different types of plant-based milk, such as rice, oats, soya and almond, and sweetened with alternative sweeteners such as xylitol and agave nectar.

Cream Crew

Carrer Soler 21A, Palma de Mallorca

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Don't miss: The chili chocolate.

Rivareno

Italian ice cream bar Rivareno is instantly addictive. Not only is it monumentally creamy and soft as velvet, it's packed with flavor. Try the pistachio, full of Sicilian pistachio nuts, or the mango, which is only available when Kesar mangoes are in season. There is also lemon ice cream made from Mallorcan lemons plus Italian specialties like pine nut, ricotta/fig and Alice, flavored with mascapone, marsala wine and nougat.

Rivareno

Plaça de la Llotja 1, Palma de Mallorca

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Don't miss: The pistachio.

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Ca’n Miquel

If you ask locals in Palma where the best ice cream bar in town is, many will point you to Ca’n Miquel. It serves over 90 different flavors, including 10-15 varieties of chocolate - A dream for chocoholics but a nightmare for the indecisive! All the ice creams are based on fresh raw materials and made with no additives, colorants or preservatives. There is also a large choice of sorbets and odd flavors such as Earl Grey, avocado and Roquefort, plus herb flavored ice creams such as rosemary and mint. Another specialty is the nut based drink, horchata.

Ca’n Miquel

Calle Montcades 9, Palma de Mallorca

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Don't miss: The seven pepper chocolate.

Ca'n Joan de S'Aigo

Ice cream has been served here since 1700, which makes Ca'n Joan de S'Aigo one of the oldest ice cream bars in Europe. The best seller is a lactose free almond ice cream based on Mallorcan almonds. If you prefer really creamy ice cream we recommend the hazelnut ice cream. The ice creams is also inexpensive – around €2 for an ice cream and €1 for a coffee. Local residents also come here for the local pastry, ensaimada, and thick, hot chocolate. Ca’n Joan de S’Aigo has two branches. The original is in the Old Town, with traditional mosaic tiles, classic bentwood chairs and marble tables. The other branch is on a side street off the main shopping street, Jaime III, which has a somewhat kitsch mix of red velvet sofas, chandeliers and oil paintings.

Ca'n Joan de S'Aigo

Carrer de Can Sanç 10, Palma de Mallorca

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Don't miss: The hazelnut ice cream.

Amorino

You can choose as many different flavors as you like here. You decide the size of the cone or tub then simply compose your very own dream ice cream. Flavors on offer include Indian mango, Sicilian lemon, lime/basil, pistachio sorbet and lemongrass. Another reason to come here is because you can ask for your ice cream to be served as an Instagram friendly rose.

Amorino

Plaça de Weyler 11, Palma de Mallorca

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Don't miss: The chocolate sorbet. Or lime/basil on hot days.

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