Fashion & Culture Blog
Palma’s streets are great for browsing and mooching all year round...so here are a few tips on where to head for in town... Follow the Passeig del Born stretching north from the Plaza de la Reina (the fountain roundabout in front of the Almudana Palace) towards the super smart avenue that gives you Louis Vuitton, Loewe and Mulberry..
You have the high street staples of H & M with the ‘all new’ 3 storey Zara... Alongside Maxmara, Twinset and Escada, you’ll find Caroline Herrera and Uterque... Mango, Havaianas, Desigual and Custo and El Cortes Ingles (A John Lewis style department store with a top floor cafe with city views) is around the corner to the left on Av. de Jaime 111.
A gorgeous autumn window...
Rialto Living, a Designer Lifestyle store, Cafe and Art gallery is to be found alongside Massimo Dutti on the corner of Carrer Sant Feliu, where you will find an array of galleries, bars, eateries and independent boutiques...
Rialto Living – A range of English Contemporary living Books... www.rialtoliving.com
Rialto Living - Gifts - Women - Menswear - Interiors - Cafe - Art
One of many Art Galleries along the Carrer Sant Feliu...
Zara Home and Boss is to be found on the Plaza de la Reina with the fountain in the shadow of the Cathedral La Seu, and the Almudaina Palace, where the horse and carriages hover.....Nearby on Carrer Constitució 1 you’ll find Mulberry ...
New for Autumn/Winter 2017 www.mulberry.com/es/shop/women/whats-new/
At the Plaza del Rey Joan Carles 1 at the top of the Passeig de Born, there are a collection of cafes, visit the beautiful Art Gallery Casal Solleric opposite or walk up around the corner to the right into carrer de la Unio and Placa del Mercat, visit the cafe of the Caixaforum Cultural Centre & bookshop in this the Old Gran Hotel... This leads you towards the Teatre Principal and the steps leading up and round to the Placa Major.... Enjoy!
Cultural Centre Caixaforum Palma
Theatre Principal de Palma
Browse the lanes surrounding the Placa Major for independent stores, cafe’s, restaurants and high street favourites.. To the north of this square is is where you’ll find the Juan March Spanish Contemporary Art Gallery. https://www.march.es/arte/palma/?l=2
Map of shopping blog route...