Castile–León and Castile–La Mancha Shopping

From upscale to bargain bin, from local souvenirs to timeless finds, we’ve culled our favorite shopping locations in Castile–León and Castile–La Mancha.

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Artesanía Duende

  • Crafts

If you have a car, skip the souvenir shops in Salamanca's center and instead head 35 km (22 miles) through the countryside along the...

Calle Daoíz

  • Textiles/Sewing

Leading to the Alcázar, this street overflows with touristy ceramics, textiles, and gift shops. ...

Casa Quintanilla

  • Food/Candy

Founded in 1880, this is a good one-stop spot to pick up some local delicacies, such as morcilla (blood sausage stuffed with rice and...

Hojaldres Alonso

  • Food/Candy

Part of a local deli chain, this shop near the cathedral is a great place to browse shelves of local goodies (candied nuts, preserves),...

La Encina de Ortega

  • Food/Candy

Named after a massive, 200-year-old oak tree on the Ortega family's property, this gourmet shop sells local wines, olive oil, chocolate,...

Plaza San Martín

  • Shopping Neighborhoods

Several excellent antiques shops line this small plaza. ...

Prada a Tope

  • Food/Candy

This restaurant, winery, and gourmet store has a huge estate in the countryside just outside León, but operates a small café and shop...


  • Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

On Sunday, this flea market—named after the larger one in Madrid—is held just outside Salamanca's historic center. Buses leave from...

Santo Tomé Marzipan

  • Food/Candy

Since 1856, Santo Tomé has been Spain's most famous maker of marzipan—a Spanish sweet made from sugar, honey, and almond paste. Visit...


  • Gifts/Souvenirs

For fine, funky gifts, visit Tricosis, outside town, a gallery opened by art students from the universities of León and Gijón. You'll...