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Photo: Annika Goldhammer
Photo: Annika Goldhammer

Palma de Mallorca’s best shops

Palma de Mallorca is the perfect destination for combing sun, sea, sand and shopping.

Rialto Living

This is a delightful mini department store located on a somewhat hidden side street off Paseo del Borne. Barbara Bergman, a Swede, has built Rialto Living into an entire little universe of hand picked clothes, books, interior design objects, furniture, an art gallery and café. Don't miss the prawn and avocado salad if you need to top up your blood sugar level while shopping.

Rialto Living

Carrer Sant Feliu 3, Palma de Mallorca

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Palma Dog Photo: Annika Goldhammer

Palma Dog

A Swedish-owned dog store with organic dog food, dog beds made from hand woven tweed, leather collars and blankets designed by owner Ulf in cooperation with local craft people. The range also includes wine with a dog label, dog paintings and other gifts for dog lovers.

Palma Dog

Tous i Maroto 5, Palma de Mallorca

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La Pecera

Traditional Mallorcan craftwork is displayed in a contemporary and tasteful way at this excellent interior design store. Large and small items for sale include furniture, cushions, lamps, slippers and other accessories.

La Pecera

Carrer Victoria 4, Palma de Mallorca

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Estilo Sant Feliz in Palma Photo: Annika Goldhammer

Estilo Sant Feliu

This shop sells cushions, place mats, towels and ceramics, all made in the traditional Mallorcan Llengos pattern, that has been used in homes on the island since time immemorial and which has come back into fashion in recent years. A must for anyone looking for genuine and practical souvenirs.

Estilo Sant Feliu

Calle Sant Feliu 11B, Palma de Mallorca

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By C

A clothes store for people who like black and white, rock and minimalist styles. Swedish owner Camilla Mohlin mixes Swedish and international fashion labels such as Anine Bing, Tiger of Sweden, Cornelia Webb, Dagmar, Odeur and ATP Atelier.

By C

Calle Unión 8, Palma de Mallorca

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Frida Watson

This furniture store in Santa Catalina has carefully selected vintage stock from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Think teak tables, embroidered cushions and ceramics.

Frida Watson

Carrer d'Annibal 5, Palma de Mallorac

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Mimbreria Vidal

The tiny streets around Sa Gerreria used to be Palma’s craft making district. There was a street for every trade and Corderia was the basket makers' street. There are not many traces of this today, except for this fantastic little store, which sells hats, beach bags, lampshades and everything else that can be made of straw. A must if you want to take some traditional, ancient Mallorcan craftwork home with you.

Mimbreria Vidal

Corderia 13, Palma de Mallorca

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Lupita's in Palma Photo: Annika Goldhammer

Lupita’s Concept Store

Situated right opposite the basket store, this gem sells a mix of women's clothes for the 15-35 age group plus accessories, organic skincare products and local designs.

Lupita’s Concept Store

Corderia 28, Palma de Mallorca

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Bluebird

They sell everything here from base layers to party dresses and jewelry, shoes, skincare products, ceramics, cushions and other interior design items.

Bluebird

Calle San Nicolas 10, Palma de Mallorca

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Mercat de l'Olivar market hall Photo: Annika Goldhammer

Mercat de l'Olivar market hall

Palma's main food market is a must for foodies, especially on Saturdays. Here, you'll find the best range of fruit and vegetables, cheeses and other local delicacies in town. The market hall also has several bars where you can order fresh shellfish and a glass of cava.

Mercat de l'Olivar market hall

Plaça de l'Olivar 4, Palma de Mallorca

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