Shopping in Palma de Mallorca


For shoppers Palma offers a mix of quality shopping, designer boutiques, high street favourites, artisan & antique shops. It is a delight meandering round the narrow streets, browsing the department stores and markets or taking a rest in one of the many outdoor cafés.
Palma is the perfect size for shopping, big enough that has the variety of shops you'd expect from a capital city but small enough that you can walk around it. General hours for shops are 10am to 8pm however beware not all shops open on Sundays or Bank Holidays. (some smaller shops may close in the afternoon)

See also

Rialto Living Designer Shop in Palma
Photo from Rialto Living, click for info


Louis Vuitton Palma de Mallorca

Designer Shops



Designer shops include names such as Louis Vuitton, Mont Blanc, Rialto Living, Loewe, Massimo Dutti, Geox, Hugo Boss can all be found in and around Avenue de Jaume III or on the connecting Passeig del Born, some designers having other shops and outlets in Palma.


New Generation Spanish Labels

Spanish designer labels such as Custo, Desigual and Camper can also be found in the Avenue de James III area. A larger Desigual can also be found beyond the Placa Major on 'Carrer del Sindicat'.

High Street Shops


As you'd expect in a capital city you have all the high street classics such as Zara, Mango, H&M, Zara Home, Kiko Make up Milano, the El Corte Ingles department store plus many more.



Palma has a multitude of markets largely offering residents fresh local produce including recently caught fish. Mercat de L'Olivar is the largest market selling most produce and is located towards the train station.
In the Placa Major (see picture) you can find a craft market which is open everyday 10am to 2pm during Easter, July, August, September. Other months it is open for a couple of days per week but it has longer hours in the run up to Christmas.

Porto Pi


Completed in 1995 and situated close to the cruise terminal at the end of the Paseo Marítimo promenade, Porto Pi outlet shopping centre is vast - offering a huge, diverse range of shops, places to eat and leisure facilities. The mall has 140 shops and a large car park with 1575 covered spaces (first two hours free). The vast majority of top brands on the market, as well as franchises and chain stores can be found in the Porto Pi Shopping Centre.

Shopping Guide


Palma Tourist office give out a free shopping guide / mini booklet which is in English. This gives you different route suggestions, maps and local information. You can see an online version by clicking here.

(note: the original guide maps are clearer)