Book flights to Palma with Ryanair and have a blast on the biggest of the Balearics! Mallorca – or Majorca, depending on where you’re from – is a brilliant holiday spot. It’s blessed with a particularly gorgeous coastline that boasts countless little coves and idyllic beaches, just perfect for stretching out on and letting your troubles float away. Party people are very well catered to here, and the island is famous for its clubs, pubs and parties, but there is also a quieter side to the Island that makes for a perfect family holiday for kids of all ages, or a really relaxing break away from it all for couples. Book flights to Palma and let Ryanair take you to holiday heaven!
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This Island has an amazing nature and is a true paradise for relaxation without needing to spend a fortune. Visit the beautiful La Seu Cathedral, enjoy the turquoise water or go wine testing in Binissalem Wine Village.

The fishing nets put out to dry on the quayside glisten brightly in Mediterranean blue. Behind the nets you can catch sight of the stock exchange building La Lonja, dating from 1388. During the Middle Ages, the place where local people are now drinking coffee was where most of the Mediterranean area’s trade was handled. As early as 123 BC the Romans christened this town with the name Palmeria. Later, the name given to Palma by the Moors—Medina Mayurka—became the name for the whole island.

​Address: Palma
Casco Antiguo – Old Town

You can hear echoes of previous centuries in the lanes and alleyways of the Old Town. Take a stroll around one of the largest areas of ancient buildings in Europe, cast your eyes over the spruced-up palaces and visit the designer hotels and bars.

​Address: Casco Antiguo – Old Town
La Seu – The Cathedral

Do not miss La Seu Cathedral, dating from 1231, with its fantastic wrought-iron canopy by the architect Gaudí. This is the only cathedral in the world facing Mecca. King Jaume 1 used one of the old Moorish mosque minarets as the clock tower for his building.

​Address: Plaça de la Seu, Palma​Phone: +34 902 02 24 45​Website:
Binissalem Wine Village

Try a wine tasting at José Louis Ferrer and the other bodegas. Mallorca’s wines are winning more and more prizes. During the Wine Festival in September, Binissalem is just one long table laden with wine and food.

​Address: Binissalem Wine Village​Website:
Monastery at Valldemossa

High mountains and deep valleys frame Valldemossa, the village where the island’s two first “celebrity tourists” – the composer Frederic Chopin and the authoress George Sand – lived in 1838. At the monastery, all the cells for the monks are in a row, each with its own exit to the garden terrace with blossoming magnolias and a wonderful view over the valley.

​Address: Valldemossa

Dizzying twisting roads and dramatic cliffs, north-west Mallorca is wild and beautiful. People crowd the vantage points along the road, and take photographs with goose bumps on their arms.

​Address: Formentor

In Mallorca’s centre lies the oldest village of all, Sineu, where the King once lived. Being right at the centre of the island meant there was a chance of getting away if the island was over taken by pirates. For over a thousand years, farmers have been coming here with their cows, bulls, horses, sheep, dogs, asses, mules, ducks, hens and swans to market each Wednesday.

​Address: Sineu

The inhabitants of Soller lived for centuries hidden in a valley behind a huge row of mountains. It was so hard to climb the mountain chain that people preferred to go to Palma by boat. And if they were on a boat anyway, why not go to France? Soller became tri-lingual—Mallorcan, Spanish and French. In 1911 a tunnel was dug through the mountains, so finally the people of Soller could get in touch with their own island. The wonderful little train is still there today.

​Address: Soller
Cala d'Or

Cala d'Or is a medium sized and cosy beach resort located 65 kilometres east of Palma. The city has seven picturesque bays where you can enjoy the sun and beach. This is a very popular destination among Europeans and family with children. The town provides plenty of restaurants and bars, most of them you will find in the centre of Cala d'Or.

​Address: Cala d'Or
Cuevas del Drach

Cuevas del Drach is an impressive sight and offers beautiful caves. It is located around 65 kilometres from Palma in an old fishing village called Porto Cristo. This is one of the most outstanding tourist attractions on Mallorca. The caves are two kilometres long and thousands upon thousands of amazing stalagmites and stalactites are spread across the three chambers called Cueva Negra, Cueva Blanca and Cueva Luis Salvator. A group tour takes around one hour.

​Address: Ctra Cuevas s/n, Porto Cristo​Phone: +34 971 820 753​Website:
Can Morey de Santmartí Museum

This museum opened its doors June 2012 and is located close to Palma’s cathedral. You will find three floors with an amazing exhibition with original works by the Spaniard Salvador Dalí who was one of the most important artists of the 20th century.

​Address: C/ de la Portella 9, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 724 741​Website:
The Wine Express Train

This is a three hour tour with a road train. The train stops at the vineyards where you will get the chance to try the delicious wines. At this tour you will also visit the oldest winery on Mallorca. Besides visiting two wineries the tour guide will tell you the secrets of Mallorca’s wine culture.

​Address: Camí de Coanegra, Santa Maria del Cami​Phone: +34 653 528 659​Website:​More info: Departure from Bodegas Macià Batle
Bellver Castle

Bellver Castle is a well-preserved 14th century royal fortress with an amazing view over Palma Bay. For many centuries the castle was used as a prison and now it is one of the main tourist attractions on the island. The castle also houses the Palma History Museum where you can learn more about the rich heritage of Mallorca.

​Address: C /. Camilo Jose Cela, s / n, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 735065
Mondragó Natural Park

Mondragó Natural Park is located on the South East coast on Mallorca. This beautiful natural park is centred around two larger bays and famous for its fine white sandy beaches and the amazing turquoise blue sea. The animal life in the Mondragó Natural Park is very varied and a good place to see migrating birds. This is a popular tourist destination.

​Address: Mondragó Natural Park
Casal Solleric

Casal Solleric is a wonderful 18th century Baroque building and it is located in the heart of Palma. It houses temporary exhibition specialising in contemporary art and photography. Inside you will notice a beautiful courtyard with amazing decorations. There is also a cafeteria here where you can enjoy a cup of coffee.

​Address: Passeig del Born, 27, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 722 092​Website:
Serra de Tramuntana

On the northwest coast of Mallorca you find this mountain range with beautiful surroundings. This is the highest point on the island and the area is perfect for hiking and biking and is popular among nature lovers.

​Address: Serra de Tramuntana​Website:
Alcudia Old Town

With its 14 km long beach Alcudia is one of the most popular tourist destinations, and especially among families. But the city also has a lovely Old Town with picturesque narrow winding streets and beautiful old buildings. Come here and get a sense of how it used to be back in the days.

​Address: Alcudia

Artestruz is an ostrich farm located not so far from Palma. It is open for the public and they offer different form of activities, all including the big birds. You can ride an ostrich or meet the baby birds. Here is also a restaurant offering drinks. This place is fun for the whole family.

​Address: Carretera Cabo Blanco - Ses Salines, Campo​Phone: +34 971 65 05 62​Website:
Jungle Parc Aventuras

If you like heights and adrenalin this is a place for you. In a forest of 9 hectares, courses made up of bridges, ropes and zip wires between the trees, forms the Jungle Parc Aventuras. There are different levels of difficulty so everyone from the age of 4 years and up will find something fun to do.

​Address: Avenida Jaime I, nº 40A, Santa Ponsa​Phone: +34 630 94 82 95​Website:
Golf Fantasía

Golf Fantasia is a heaven for everyone loving miniature golf. It is located in the heart of Palmanova, just a few metres from the beach. Three different 18 holes mini golf courses with waterfalls and different obstacles and a snack and cocktail bar make it easy to spend several hours here.

​Address: Carrer Tenis, 3, Palmanova​Phone: +34 971 13 50 40​Website:
Gorge yourself on Spanish tapas and enjoy montaditos or pintxos. The side dishes with little wooden sticks are a good way of trying out new delicacies. In Palma there is cuisine from all corners of the world.
Ca’n Eduardo

At Ca’n Eduardo you can enjoy honest-to-goodness Majorcan cuisine. If you love fresh fish without the frills, pay a visit to this restaurant which is located just by Palma´s fish market.

​Address: 3 Travesia Contramuelle (Es Mollet), Palma​Phone: +34 971 721 182​Website:
La Boveda

This place is always crowded and they always offer wonderful tapas. Try Setas al Roquefort—mushroom in Roquefort sauce, or Datiles con beicon—dates wrapped in bacon, and lots more dishes.

​Address: Carrer de la Boteria, 3, Palma​Phone: +34 971 71 48 63​Website:
Blues Brasserie

Blues Brasserie serves excellent Mediterranean cuisine. The hotel is in a beautiful old mansion and guests coming here to eat their dinner or lunch during winter will be able to enjoy it in the 18th century olive pressing room. During summer time, the seating is outside by the pool.

​Address: Santa María, Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 140 262​Website:​More info: Located in Read’s Hotel
Béns d’Avall Restaurant

If you want to revel in creative Spanish cuisine from prize-winning chefs this is the place to go. In addition to the delicious food, you will be able to enjoy the most breathtaking views from the restaurant.

​Address: Urb. Costa Deià. Ctra. Sóller-Deià, Sóller​Phone: +34 971 632 381​Website:
Restaurante Jardin

Restaurant Jardin offers a menu of delicious Mediterranean cuisine using products from the country combined with skilled technique. Here you can find true haute-cuisine dishes!

​Address: C/ Tritones s/n. Puerto de Alcudia​Phone: +34 971 89 23 91​Website:
Tanto Amore

Tanto Amore is located on fashionable Boulevard of Palma and offers a mix of glamour and tasty cuisine. The food is made from quality products and you will find dishes such as pasta, meat and chicken. The restaurant also serves pizza cooked in a wood fired oven.

​Address: Calle Fábrica, 10, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 28 82 60 ​Website:
Es Faro

Es Faro is famous for its amazing views over the sea, the mountains and the Port de Sóller. There is a nice outside terrace where you can enjoy your tasty food accompanied by a good wine. On the menu you will find fresh fish and meat.

​Address: Cap Gros de Moleta, Sóller​Phone: +34 971 63 37 52​Website:
Duke Restaurant

This cool restaurant is run by a surfer and a gourmet chef. Here you can enjoy pan-Pacific Asian style food in a relaxing environment and the staff is very friendly.

​Address: Calle Soler, 36, Santa Catalina, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 071 738
Las Terrazas Beach Club

Las Terrazas Beach Club in Illetes is only a ten minute car ride from Palma and overlooking a small sandy beach. This is the place where you can enjoy fresh Mediterranean menu and a good cocktail.

​Address: Carretera Illetas, 52, Calvià ​Phone: +34 971 401 031​Website:
La Casa Gallega

This is a busy and popular restaurant situated in the heart of Port Alcudia. La Casa Gallega offers tasty and fresh food like tapas and cuisine from Galicia. The atmosphere has a rustic style charm and the staff serves food at a very affordable price.

​Address: Hostelería 11 E, Port d'Alcúdia​Phone: +34 971 545 179​Website:
Il Paradiso

Il Paradiso is Mallorca´s most beautifully located restaurant in a fine mansion outside Palma. This is an upmarket Italian restaurant where you can relish fine dining in a luxurious surrounding. The venue offers a relaxing atmosphere and terrace with breathtaking views over the Bay of Palma.

​Address: Joan Miro 243, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 10 33 79​Website:
Bistro Restaurant Las Olas

This family-run bistro is situated in one of the most charming areas of Palma, behind the Cathedral. Here you can enjoy Asian and Mediterranean menu and find dishes like steamed dumplings with goat cheese salad.

​Address: Can Fortuny, 5, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 21 49 05​Website:
Maothai Restaurant

At this restaurant you can enjoy authentic Thai cuisine. The restaurant is located in the southwest of Palma, near the harbour lighthouse. On the menu you will find a wide variety of dishes like grilled prawns with homemade spicy Thai sauce and red beef curry with coconut cream and much more.

​Address: Avinguda Joan Miró, 244, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 703 043​Website:
Restaurant Sebastian

Restaurant Sebastian is located in a former stable that has been renovated to an amazing and cosy restaurant with stone walls. In the evening they light the restaurant with candles which gives it a very relaxing and romantic atmosphere. The chefs only use fresh produce of the season and you can enjoy dishes like rack of Mallorcan lamb and lobster ravioli.

​Address: C/ Felipe Bauza s/n, Deia​Phone: +34 971 639 417 ​Website:
El Olivo Restaurant

El Olivo Restaurant is set in a beautiful surrounding with green mountains; perhaps one of the finest restaurants on Mallorca. The candle lights around the restaurant create a romantic and elegant ambience. On the menu you will find delicious Mediterranean cuisine and booking is essential.

​Address: Son Canals s/n, Deià​Phone: +34 971 639 011​Website:​More info: Located in Hotel La Residencia
There are several cafés here where you can enjoy both an amazing view and a great cup of coffee or a delicious ice cream.
Bar Bosch

This cosy little place lies in the main shopping thoroughfare and is just the place to watch the world go by. They serve nice hot sandwiches, all sorts of drinks, coffee and tapas.

​Address: Plaza del Rey Juan Carlos I 6, Palma​Phone: +34 971 72 11 31​Website:
Grand Café Cappuccino

Palma’s excellent café chain can be found at several places across the island. In Palmanova you find it in the centre of town. Try the salads—Ensalada Griega or Ensalada César, and the fruit salad with yoghurt.

​Address: Paseo del Mar, 18, Palma Nova​Phone: +34 971 68 13 68​Website:
Can Joan de S´Aigo

Can Joan de S´Aigo is the oldest ice-cream place in Mallorca. Here you can find a mixture of tourists, locals, young and old enjoying the lovely flavours. If you're not in the mood for ice cream, try their hot chocolate or an ensaimada, a typical Majorcan pastry that is said to be very good here.

​Address: C./Sans 10, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 71 07 59​Website:
Café Bonaire

This is a very charming café with a relaxed atmosphere. Here you can have both lunch and dinner. Café Bonaire is located in the heart of Palma close to shopping. It offers very nice staff and good food like salads, pastas and sandwiches.

​Address: Calle Bonaire No 7, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 710 053​Website:
Stanley's Tea Room

Here you can revel in delicious cupcakes and sandwiches and of course enjoy a proper British afternoon tea. This venue opened in 2008 and has been popular among tourists and locals ever since.

​Address: Calle llambirs no.20, Cala Bona​Phone: +34 660 737 418​Website:
Luxury nightspot or hard rock? Palma and Magalluf offers a wide range of bars. As the night goes on, it’s time to prop your eyes open with matchsticks. In Palma, the really serious nightlife doesn't get going until around 2 am.

In days of yore, this was a 17th century palace – now it’s a cocktail bar with fruit and flower decorations. The interior is old-fashioned and elegant and Abaco is a must for the newly engaged, or lovers of luxury.

​Address: Calle de San Juan, 1, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 71 49 39​Website:
Pacha Mallorca

Pacha is one of Palma’s most famous clubs with an audience around 30+. This place is built into the wall facing Palmas boardwalk and is usually open between 10 pm-5 am. The club is extravagant and world famous DJ's come here to get the crowd dancing.

​Address: Avenida Gabriel Roca 42, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 687 570 102​Website:

Next to Pacha on the Paseo Maritimo lies Tito’s with its remarkable lift. Once upon a time, back in the 1950's and 60's, Ray Charles and Marlene Dietrich came here to dance. These days, it is popular with the younger set.

​Address: Paseo Maritimo, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 73 00 17​Website:
Virtual Club

This cave club and restaurant in Illetas is a popular place. The food is great, but a glass of ice-cold white wine is enough to transport you to heaven. At night the place turns into a busy nightclub.

​Address: Paseo de Illetas, 60, Calvià​Phone: +34 971 703 235​Website:
BCM Planet Dance

With a capacity of 3,000 people the award winning BCM Planet Dance is the biggest nightclub in Mallorca. Foam parties, gigantic LED lasers, firework explosions and well renowned DJ’s such as Guetta, Paul van Dyk, DJ Sammy and Tim Westwood are attracting loads of people. Get ready to dance!

​Address: CM Complex Avda. S'Olivera s/n Magalluf, Calvia​Website:​Opening hours: Open every day from 10 pm - 6 am​More info: No dress code

This is one of few clubs in Puerto De Andraitx, located on the south west coast of Mallorca. It has been around since 1991 and still attracts a large crowd during weekends. The music played here is mostly classic 80's & 90's music but you will also hear some of the top-lists tunes.

​Address: Carretera de es port 118, local 7, Puerto De Andraitx​Phone: +34 971 67 36 06​Opening hours: Friday and Saturday night, from 11 pm until 6 am
Discoteca Menta

If you are staying Alcudia, Pollenca or somewhere along Playa de Muro and feel the need to party, this large nightclub will not disappoint you. As other Spanish clubs the party start here late so do not come here too early.

​Address: C/Avda Tucan 5 , Puerto Alcudia​Phone: +34 971 89 32 57​Website:
Disco Atena

This bustling disco is where the tourists and locals of Cala Ratjada come to party. It is open during weekends, and they offer themed nights and DJ's playing the latest hits besides reggae, house and latino music.

​Address: C/ Bustamante 19, Cala Ratjada​Phone: +34 971 56 55 38​Website:
Chi Lounge

Start your evening with a fancy after beach here at Chi Lounge. Chill out music accompany the cocktails and gives the place a relaxed but yet classy atmosphere. When the evening turns into night, the DJ's turn up the volume and plays more up-beat tunes and the place transforms into a popular club right by the water.

​Address: Carrer de Martin, Ros Garcia No 6, Palma Nova​Phone: +34 648 670 418​Website:
Nikki Beach Club Bar

The world-known Nikki Beach Bar attracts a young and hip crowd with its stylish décor and funky beats. Come here to just enjoy the atmosphere and relax on a sun bed with a delicious cocktail or dress up and join the party.

​Address: Avenida Notario Alemany 1, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 12 39 62​Website:
Agua Bar

This bar in Palma has a reputation to play the best music on the island, but of course that depends on who you are asking. If you are into classic hits from the 70's, 80's and 90's you will probably not be disappointed though.

​Address: C/Jaume Ferrer, 6, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 676 30 65 31​Website:
Jazz Voyeur Club

Right in the heart of Palma, located in a 16th century old mansion, you find this popular jazz club. They serve food and host live music performances almost every day. It tends to be very crowded from time to time so prepare to meet some new friends.

​Address: Carrer d'Apuntadors, 5, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 72 07 80​Website:
Magic Centre

If you can't decide where to go, Magic Centre in Alcudia has collected a couple of night clubs and bars. There are different clubs playing different music and also bars for the ones who wish to avoid the dance floor.

​Address: Port d'Alcudia
Pygmalion Paguera

Pygmalion Paguera attracts a young crowd ready to party until the sun rises. DJ's are playing the latest tunes to keep the audience on the dance floor and drinks are flowing from the bar. Come here late to be able to keep up the tempo and stay all night.

​Address: Avinguda de Peguera 17, Calviá​Phone: +34 649 40 56 55
Idem Bar

If you wish to have a night to remember you should head to this bar. Come here to revel in red velvet, plush, grand furniture and a boudoir atmosphere. Add exquisite cocktails to the spectacular interior and there you have Idem Bar.

​Address: C / Sant Magi, 15A, Palma de Mallorca
Puro Opio Bar & Restaurant

At Puro Hotel this bar has been the meeting place for both tourists and locals since 2004 when it opened. The patios and DJ's playing funky music attract an urban crowd that gives the place a relaxed atmosphere.

​Address: Carrer de Montenegro, 12, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 42 54 50​Website:
Tim's Bar

Tim's Bar is a bit of an institution in Port d'Andratx. It lies directly by the harbour and people come here to drink a glass of cool white wine and relish in tapas while watching the yachts and fishing boats.

​Address: Avinguda de l'Almirant Riera Alemany, 7, Port d'Andratx​Phone: +34 971 67 18 92
El Garito Café

This bar and club, located in the marina of Can Barbera, starts the evenings with lounge music, to later on turn up the volume and rhythm. It is well-visited and here you can stay the whole night if you are looking for a fun night out.

​Address: Dársena de Can Barbara, s/n, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 73 69 12​Website:

If your vision of a fun night out, includes an Irish bar and pints of beer you should head to Hogan's. It offers live music and sports events several nights a week and of course there are plenty of beer sorts to choose from.

​Address: Carrer de Monsenyor Palmer, 2, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 28 96 64​Website:
Tokio Joe's Magaluf

Right on the Magaluf Strip, Tokio Joe's is pumping out Rn'B and Hip Hop tunes for party seeking tourists and locals. Drinks are flowing from the bar and the dance floor is filled with a young and happy crowd.

​Address: Magaluf Strip
Palma is a great place for shopping. Two areas are especially handy – next to the huge Corte Inglés department store near Plaza España, or next to the old city centre by the little Corte Inglés on Jaime lll. The broad avenues around Plaza España have everything from local curio shops selling tin soldiers, to specialists selling Serrano ham. Ladies who want to buy clothes head for the large Corte Inglés store, where Mango, Zara, Bershka, Stradivarius, Women’s Secret and all the other boutiques lie cheek by jowl. More exciting, and packed with small boutiques and designer names, is the area behind Bar Bosch right opposite the H&M shop in central Palma by Plaza Joan Carlos l. The best market is to be found in Sineu on Wednesdays. If you are short of time and want to see everything, then head for the shopping centre in Porto Pi in Palma. There you will find 50 shops–including Zara, Mango and Massimo Dutti and Zara Interiors.
El Corte Inglés

Spain’s department store colossus is both loved and hated, but successfully performs the main task of the department store, which is to offer most things to most people. Here you find designer fashions, their own low and medium-priced lines, enormous perfumery and make-up departments, leather goods in all price ranges, toys, children’s clothes, art materials, food and delicatessen, home furnishing devices and garden furniture. There is a large Corte Inglés department store near Plaza España and a smaller one next to the old city centre on Jaime lll.

​Address: Avda. De Alexandre Roselló, 12-16, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 77 01 77​Website:

At Mango, the urban young woman finds everything from sleek work-wear to the fabulous cocktail dress to reasonable prices. Match your new outfit with the perfect shoes and accessories that you also find here. There are several shops across the city and one of them is located on:

​Address: Avinguda de Jaume III, 9, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 71 38 96​Website:

This world famous brand soon has a store in every mid-size town and in Palma you find several outlets. Here you find the latest fashion for men, women and children, everything from street wear to the more up-dressed look.

​Address: Plaça Rei Joan Carles I, s/n, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 71 98 28​Website:

This chain, together with Zara and Mango, is one of Spain's most popular shops for young women. Here you can find basics mixed with some of the latest fashion to rock-bottom prices.

​Address: Avenida Alejandro Rossello, 28, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 46 68 15​Website:

In the same genre as Mango and Zara you find Stradivarius. Racks with the latest fashion wear, together with high heels, ballerinas, scarves and accessories fill the shop and if you don't find your size, don't worry there are several outlets in the city.

​Address: Avinguda d'Alexandre Rosselló, 27, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 71 26 51​Website:

As the name reveals, this boutique sells women's underwear, lingerie, swimwear and cosy homewear. This Spanish chain offers everything from comfy pyjamas to sleek and sexy bras and panties.

​Address: Avinguda Gabriel Roca, 0, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 40 07 29​Website:

This Swedish chain, that you nowadays find almost everywhere in the world, provides high street fashion for both men and women at prices suiting everyone. In Palma you find three boutiques located in the main shopping areas.

​Address: Plaza Juan Carlos I, no. 1, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 901 12 00 84​Website:
Mássimo Dutti

Mássimo Dutti has its focus on sophisticated business wear for both men and women. They are famous for their classic and elegant clothes and accessories made of high quality fabrics and leather, but still to affordable prices.

​Address: Carrer de Jaume II, 10, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 71 51 66​Website:
Porto Pi Centro Comercial

If you want to have everything under one roof, this is the place to go. At Porto Pi Centro Comercial you can not only shop in stores like Disney Store, Pepe Jeans, Massimo Dutti and Zara Home but also watch a movie at the cinema, play some games in the arcade or go bowling. Here are also a wide selection of restaurants and eateries.

​Address: Avenida Gabriel Roca 54, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 701 500​Website:
Festival Park Outlet

Only ten minutes north from Palma you find this brand outlet with shops like Reebok, Levi's, Nike and Quicksilver. It is open daily and you also find restaurants and a cinema here. There are both trains and buses going here direct from Palma so don't worry if you don't have a car.

​Address: Festival Park, 07141, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 140 925​Website:

The market in Inca is widely known for its leather goods and the town itself is also called “Leather City". On Thursdays leather merchants from all over the island gather here and if you like to make a bargain in high quality leather this is the place to visit.

​Address: Inca
La Vinoteca

If wine is your thing you cannot miss this shop. Revel in thousands of bottles from all over the world, famous wineries and labels you never heard of, you find them all here. The owner is more than happy to help the customers to find that special bottle.

​Address: Carrer del Pare Bartomeu Pou, 29, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 76 19 32​Website:
Mercat De L'olivar

Just off one of the main shopping streets you find the large market hall in Palma. If you come here in the morning you can sit down and take a coffee and just watch the hustle when everyone prepare their stands with all possible goodies.

​Address: Plaza Olivar, 4, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 72 03 14​Website:
Consell Flea Market

Every Sunday morning, in the small town of Consell, there is a well-visited flea and antique market. You can find everything from elegant cupboards to rusty car engines in the about 300 stalls and the price, well that is up to you to discuss with the seller.

​Address: Consell
Market in Sineu

Every Wednesday the small village Sineu, located right in the middle of the island, increases its visitor number when the market is held. Here you find everything from creature, fruits and food to jewellery, clothing and pots.

​Address: Sineu
Pollensa Town Market

Even if you do not find something fun to shop, a visit at Pollensa Town Market is not in vain. The small village is known for its beauty and if you climb the 365 steps to the old church you will have a stunning view over the area.

​Address: Pollensa​More info: Every Sunday morning
Majorica Pearl Factory Shop

The Majorica pearl is one of the world's finest pearls and in Manacor you can visit the factory where these pearls are made out of fish scales. In the shop you can choose from a variety of different pieces of jewellery with the pearls to buy to outlet prices.

​Address: Ctra. Palma-Arta, Manacor​Phone: +34 971 55 09 00​Website:

This high quality shoe brand has three outlets in Palma. In Italy Geox is ranked as the number one footwear brand and the technological solutions when making their shoes is very appreciated across the world.

​Address: Carrer de Sant Miquel, 24, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 71 54 44​Website:

Golfino is the shop to visit if you have an addiction for golf, or want to buy that perfect gift for the golf enthusiast. Here you find functional and comfortable clothes and of course all kind of accessories you need on the green.

​Address: Jaime III 14, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 715 956​Website:
Rialto Living

In a beautiful building from the 15th century, a former cinema was transformed into this 800 square metres big lifestyle concept store in 2007. Come here to revel in interior design, books, unique gifts and art and if you need to sit down and soak in all impressions visit the in house café.

​Address: Carrer de Sant Feliu, 3, Palma de Mallorca​Phone: +34 971 71 33 31​Website:
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