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Shopping in Majorca

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  • Beccy C
    103 contributions
    Great market. Goes along the street for quite a while, with off-shoot areas at the sides. Variety of goods available. I bought some beautiful cotton tote bags for gifts and a 3D leather cat on a key ring amongst things. Make sure you cover it all as there can be a difference in stall prices depending what you're looking for.
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • guannyeu
    Cambridge, UK75 contributions
    We hadn't been to a market during our time in Mallorca, and decided to head to Inca on its weekly Thursday market day.

    Parking is naturally a bit of an issue if you don't know exactly where you're heading, and when the streets are already busy with earlier market-goers, but we managed to park in the car park of the Mercadona supermarket in town (we needed to go there as well), which gave us quick and easy access to the market.

    The market itself was a bit of a jumble. Although Inca is supposed to be famous for its leather goods, a lot of it was imitation, offering knock-off Louis Vuitton, D&G etc, rather than local leather. Most of it was cheap toy stalls, tourist tat stalls, woven products, clothing (though much of it was the same) and underwear stalls. In an hour of walking around (and occasionally dragging one small child and cajoling a grumpy bigger child), we didn't find much to write home about.

    There was one nice ceramics stall (though we'd have struggled to take them home on a flight!), one stall selling products made from olive wood, and a few fruit and vegetable stalls selling local produce near the church, but they were very much the exceptions in an otherwise pretty forgettable market.

    Ah well. Next time, we'll head to Sant Joan or maybe Sineu.

    The only real benefit of visiting was finding the Antigua Casa Delante on Calle Mayor (see separate review ;))
    Written 31 July 2022
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  • jdav1970
    London, UK108 contributions
    Exactly what I say in the title.
    This is the best value and quality in the city!
    Great choice and absolutely delicious options.
    Choose your food and take it upstairs to Manolo at Bar Restaurant Anfós and get it cooked super-fresh!
    Written 30 July 2022
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  • david s
    Crewe, UK62 contributions
    A lovely way to wind a way a few hours on a friday morning. The market meanders along the prom from the start of the harbour point and finishes near the square around the far side of the beach. The market has plenty of different things to buy much like an artisian market where you can haggle with some but not all stall holders
    Written 6 July 2022
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  • jtrav2016
    Bradford, UK24 contributions
    We were not sure what sort of a gallery this would be, but we were willing to give it a try.

    We took the bus from Palma to Andratx. (Get off at the first stop in Andratx, turn right up the hill past the Ajuntamento and at the roundabout take the second right following the pink CCA sign- then a pleasant walk for about half a mile through the Mallorcan countryside and you see the gallery set against the hillside on the right.)

    The gallery is much bigger than it seems from the outside. It was conceived by two Danes and features (at least when we were there) Scandinavian and German artists.
    The building features a central courtyard containing fountains and with pillared cloisters around it, opening out from which are the gallery spaces on the four sides of the courtyard. The galleries are white walled open spaces with polished concrete floors and excellent lighting.
    The curators had made full use of the space to display the art works without crowding or clutter. The CCA also features studio spaces and four of the artists showing at the time of our visit had completed residencies at The CCA earlier in the year.

    Two very helpful and enthusiastic young ladies manned the reception desk and gave us advice and information in excellent English (as you would expect of a Scandinavian establishment). We spent about an hour and a half looking round the artworks and then moved on to the cafe on far side of the gallery which opened out onto another enclosed court.

    This is a really worthwhile enterprise and we can recommend it to any art lovers visiting Mallorca.

    We finished the day with a trip down from Andratx to the Port and then back by bus to Palma.
    Written 27 October 2019
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  • dmt1111
    Aarhus, Denmark53 contributions
    Hhhmm we are not sure if we walked the wrong direction or not … but there were just few known shops such as Mango and Spring field.
    Maybe there are more stores hidden?
    Written 29 August 2021
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  • Louann M
    Vancouver, Canada37 contributions
    We stopped at both the outlet mall and the ReCamper Store. The ReCamper Store is much bigger, has a huge selection of shoes, and some additional clothing and purses. The prices are approx 20% less than retail. The main reason to go to ReCamper is to have a full selection of shoes that are nicely displayed by size and lots of room to try the shoes on. Plus a cold drink machine for those who wait patiently for us shoe shoppers :)
    Written 25 April 2019
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  • Jackaroo4145
    Blackburn, UK37 contributions
    Has a good Aldi here for self catering. Other shops are there that are worth a look. Cafes and clothes shops.
    Written 29 October 2019
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  • Patricia Jerman
    Old Colwyn, UK3 contributions
    lovely area to visit quaint old town, market filled the streets, but a lot of the same items on every stall.
    we sat for a coffee watching the busyness of fresh market food stalls,i would recommend a visit,but would have to see more spainsh items
    Written 20 September 2021
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  • avlalillgard
    Stockholm, Sweden9 contributions
    The visit to Barbara Weils museum turned out to be a great experience. We were guided by her son Jimmy. He shared with us both his personal memories of his mother and her development as an artist. We were fashinated not only by her artistic skills but also the result of her cooperation with her friend, the architect Lieberkind - an extraordinary museum building on a beautiful spot on Mallorca.
    Written 23 January 2020
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  • Fadipadi
    Bowling Green, KY3,208 contributions
    Must be the artisans go home in November. Almost no hand made items. Fun to see all the fresh produce and live animals. Quails, geese and even rabbits were boxed and sent home home with customers. Fresh made food is available or you can rest your feet at a local restaurant.
    We had a lot of fun looking, but didn’t buy much.
    Written 20 November 2019
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  • SQ01273
    East Sussex, UK935 contributions
    We went to the address shown in photo but it had closed down. Instructions for new one on map. New one small with high quality goods. One for shoe lovers. One v nice jacket only, in a tiny size sadly
    Written 22 September 2019
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  • richardemail
    Stratford-upon-Avon, UK460 contributions
    We really enjoyed seeing both the modern studio (amazing space and light) and the older part of this complex where Miro lived and worked. It gives a real insight into the artist. Yes some of the area is currently closed for building works and no it is not a full painting exhibition (which is rather the point, it is his studio) but this is well worth the the experience to see where he painted.
    Written 5 August 2022
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  • Heather F
    King's Lynn, UK32 contributions
    We got a bus from Cala Millor for the morning. Timing was great 9.30 pick up and leave at 1. Market is very large and when you think its done there is loads more just keep exploring. Very pretty town with lots little passageways and streets to explore.
    Written 5 September 2018
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