Shopping Mallorca

Shopping

Porto Pi shopping centre

The Porto Pi Centre is a large shopping mall in Palma with around 140 shops featuring fashion, accessories, home décor, sporting goods and food. Numerous bars and restaurants add the finishing touch.

Santa Catalina market

In the old days, the "Mercat des Santa Catalina" in Palma's western district of Santa Catalina met the basic needs of the former fisherman's quarter. Nowadays, gourmet hearts beat a lot faster here, because in addition to traditional Spanish foods such as Jamon Iberico, sold as an entire haunch, international delicacies are also available, like French cheeses, German sauerkraut or lemon grass from Thailand.

Re-Camper shop

In the Camper shoe outlet in the company's head office in Inca, items on sale are mainly previous year's models, or prototypes and display items. The original price is usually reduced by around a third.

Majorica Pearl Factory

Manacor, located in eastern Majorca, is well known as the heartland of pearl manufacturing and processing. The Majorica Pearl Factory is the place to go to admire and purchase the endless variations of Majorcan artificial pearls on display, made with a core of white glass which is then dipped up to 30 times in a mother of pearl emulsion. The emulsion is made of fish scales and shell sand taken from the sea. This process makes the Majorcan pearls extremely strong and able to last a lifetime.

Chrissy’s Closet

Christina "Chrissy" Krause has a small boutique in the heart of Palma de Majorca. Chrissy specialises in young designer fashion and carefully selects each individual piece.

Michal Negrin Boutique

This boutique is located close to Paseo de Borne, it has a delightful romantic ambience and features vintage accessories, designer jewellery, women's fashion and home décor items, all designed by Michal Negrin who is originally from Israel.

Rialto Living Lifestyle Store

The Rialto Store is situated in a historic 15th century building which in itself is well worth a visit. This store is 800 square metres in size and has a special, eclectic feel, selling casual yet elegant fashion, with brands such as Allegri, Daniel Cremieur and Jil Sander, furniture and deco items from different manufacturers as well as gifts and accessories including books by teNeues, Thames & Hudson bags, CDs and even souvenir items for dogs and cats. Visit Café Rialto for the complete shopping experience.

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