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Arquinesia Perfumes

Entering this perfume shop is like stepping back in time as a series of antique-filled rooms lead to a sampling space that could be an apothecary room of the 19th century. Shelves of bottles and beautifully packaged scents in such forms as soaps, lotions and candles, all inspired by the Mallorcan landscapes, offer the chance to bring Proustian memories home. The fig, orange and sea breeze scents are among the standouts.

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Artesania Tèxtil Bujosa

Founded in 1949, this textile company in Santa Maria del Cami is now run by the third generation of the family, and specializes in natural fibers and hand-made colors. The nondescript storefront contains a small store displaying cushions, tablecloths and bags but most people come to buy meters of fabric in linen, cotton or silk. Bolts of colorful ikats, stripes and solid colors are lined up in another room, and just past it, you can go into the courtyard where yarn is dyed and into the workroom where the workers man the 100-year-old looms. It’s also possible to make custom orders.


Ideal for adding a bit of bling to days spent on the beach, sailing and hiking Mallorca's hills, the costume jewelry at Bossa is fun and chic.

Merchandise at Camper, Mallorca, Spain


This famous Spanish shoe store is known for its mod styles and neon colors.

Can Garanya

This store, which dates back to 1928, sells authentic Mallorcan baskets and sandals, many made of esparto, a wicker-like grass native to Spain. There’s also a large selection of ceramics and hand-blown glasses.

Ceramic bowls, plates and pitchers painted with lemons and oranges

Ceramics by Joanna

This tiny shop in Deia sells the hand painted ceramics of a local artist who calls herself Joanna of Deia.

Comercial Vera

For gourmet food and wine (hello, jamón!) look no further than Comercial Vera–perfect for picking up picnic supplies, gifts and more.

Recommended by Indagare Insider Oro del Negro.

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Cortana Palma de Mallorca

The designer of this cult brand Rosa Esteva has established Mallorca fashion as super stylish with her all-natural fabrics and sinuous silhouettes. She has boutiques in Madrid and Barcelona but this flagship in the heart of Palma was designed by her well-known architect father. In spare white-washed rooms, you can discover the range of her talent from soft suede shoes and belts to glamorous bridal gowns and delicate ceramics. Fashionistas if you make one stop on the island, make it this one. Her pieces are now sold on Net-a-Porter but come here to see the full range in an ideal setting.

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Custo Barcelona

This Spanish label out of Barcelona is not for the timid or the traditionalist. Its high-octane, funky bright designs are perfect for nights out in Palma.

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El Corte Inglés

Spain's famous department store stocks everything you might need on vacation (and in real life). The cosmetics and beauty section, with hard-to-find European products, is a draw.

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Estilo Sant Feliu

The best place in Palma to pick up hostess gifts of home furnishings, particularly place settings, is this tucked away shop. Don't miss the distinctive Mallorquin textiles in bright colors and ikat-like patterns.

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Forn Fondo

One of the oldest bakeries in Palma, Forn Fondo is located in a beautiful Belle Epoque historic building and has been run by the same family for four generations. It is famous for its cakes, pastries, and traditional Mallorcan sweet and savory treats.

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Founded in 1719, Gordiola has been making beautiful hand-blown glass creations from chandeliers to bowls and glasses and evolving them as styles change. A shop in Palma sells the collection but the better experience is traveling to the factory where you can see the glass works as well as the museum, which displays glass from ancient Egypt to modern times, spanning dozens of countries and styles. Custom orders can be placed, and they ship worldwide.

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When you're invited to a fancy party that requires wearing something a tad more formal than a bathing suit cover-up, head to this women's fashion boutique. On offer are international labels including Oscar de la Renta.

La Boutique Del Buen Corner

It’s a mistake to leave Spain without a tasty reminder of its celebrated cuisine—whether it’s a great bottle of local wine, like a rich red from Anima Negra, or some top-quality jamon. For a well-edited selection of the country’s top artisanal food products, meats and cheeses, head to this gourmet shop located inside the Santa Catalina market.

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La Pajarita - Bombonería

One of Spain’s oldest and most beloved candy shops, La Pajarita was founded in Madrid in 1852 and specializes in chocolate and gorgeous packaging.

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La Pecera

This mini, easy-to-miss concept store has a mix of furniture, housewares, fashion and accessories—all handmade by local artists with native materials.

“La Pecera is my favorite place in Mallorca to find something special, especially for those interested in interior design and decoration. Marlene Albadalejo is responsible for this project, in which traditional, everyday objects are reinterpreted to create new furniture and decorative elements of great quality and beauty. Everything at La Pecera has been designed and produced on the island, so it is worth taking a stroll through this unique store that is off all commercial circuits.”—Mallorca insider Rosa Esteva of Cortana

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Maison Cinq

The owner of this interiors shop mixes eclectic decorative objects with practical items like linen napkins, throw pillows and a great selection of wood serving boards. Shell lovers will find baskets of exotic seashells for sale.

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Mallorca Delicatessen

This store, located at the entrance to Plaça Major, is a one-stop shop for delicious Mallorquin treats. Every inch of this small shop is decorated with displays of local products, including cheese, cured meat, liquor and honey. This is also a great place to purchase non-perishable souvenirs, like traditional Mallorquin olive oil.

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Mimbrería Vidal

This father-and-son basket weaving studio in the heart of Palma is literally stacked floor to ceiling with baskets of all shapes and sizes. Whether you want bread baskets, picnic baskets, shopping baskets or even rattan animal carriers or bull or elephant heads made of straw, you will find it here.

North Coast Market

Don’t miss the bustling Sunday-morning market located in Pollença’s main square.

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Rialto Living

Palma's top concept store is a rambling grouping of spaces set in multiple buildings. Beautiful photograph books, home accessories, clothing, luggage and furniture sit side-by-side, all curated by the owners (founders of fashion label Gant). The store is constantly adding aspects to itself, and there are rumors of restaurants going in soon.

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Santa Catalina Market

To the west of the Old Town is Santa Catalina, a developing neighborhood, which is home to the small but lively Santa Catalina market. In the last few years, a crop of popular cafés and restaurants has turned this quarter into something of a fledgling foodie destination. It’s the place to come for regional specialties and olive oils and honeys to bring home. Great neighborhood places for a meal are Living and Fabrica 23.Organic food bars (Ziva), French bakeries (Le Madeleine), Nordic bakeries (Fibonaci) and wood oven baked pizzerias can also be found here.

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Tienda Sonmo

This new shop in Valldemossa sells artisanal products from the Son Moragues estate. Items range from organic gin and olive oils made on the nearby property to items from their gardens, such as oranges and vegetables, organic cotton throws, and handmade ceramics.

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Yvonne Rohe

Yvonne Rohe stocks fun and funky beachwear and accessories.

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