Shopping in Palma de Mallorca

The main location of the Balearic island of Mallorca offers not only the famous, splendid shopping streets but also many interesting alleys away from the usual shopping routes. There you can discover original, owner-managed shops offering high-quality products made on the island. In the months of April to October, most shops are open even on Sundays and public holidays. Here for you our Shopping Guide for Palma de Mallorca.
The Paseo del Borne street is the centre and therefore a very practical point of reference for an extensive shopping tour. In recent years, this has become the island’s finest shopping street. Brands such as Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Carolina Herrera, Relojeria Alemana and Mulberry are based here, as well as Store Rialto Living, a concept known far beyond Spain’s borders, and SLUIZ, an Ibiza-based brand.
Right next to the “Born”, formerly a harbour for Palma’s small fishing boats, the Avenida Jaime III follows, where famous shops such as Cartier, Custo Barcelona, Loewe and Petit Bateau can be found. The department store Corte Ingl├ęs is also represented here with a branch. The large branch of the well-known chain is located on the Avda. de Alexandre Rosell├│, possibly a good shelter in case of heavy rainfall. Another alternative for rainy days is the new shopping mall “Fan Mallorca” in Coll d’ en Rabassa at the gates of Palma or the shopping mall “Porto Pi” at the end of Palma’s Paseo Maritimo.
The Olivar market, near the Palma train station, has been newly renovated and is probably the most famous and largest market hall in Mallorca. Despite the great crowds and the tourist activity, he has not lost the typical atmosphere of the market hall. Thousands of different smells and tastes of spices, fish, fruits, vegetables, meat, cheese and olives stimulate the sensory organs and stimulate the appetite. Those who would like to taste the food immediately should visit one of the restaurants, which offer a glass of good Cava or Cerveza, as well as wonderful tapas and typical dishes.
It becomes exciting and unconventional in Palma quarter Santa Catalina. It is especially loved by students and is famous for its small and authentic market hall and the many restaurants and bars. The streets that branch off from the market hall are flanked by friendly shops, small bars and relaxed, innovative gastronomic concepts. Several very good smoothie bars can also be found there. Absolutely recommendable is the restaurant PATRON LUNARES in the evening and here you can order the guacamole for self-punching.
Santa Catalina is my personal favorite and always worth a visit.

Santa Catalina market hall
Olivar Market
Smoothie-Bar Simple