Castile–Leon and Castile–La Mancha

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  • 1. Delicatessen Ojeda

    A food-lover's paradise, this pristine, well-lit store carries all the Castilian delicacies you can imagine, from Burgos-style morcilla and cheese to roasted oil-packed peppers and top-quality dried beans and pulses.

    Calle de Vitoria 5, Burgos, Castille and León, 09004, Spain

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  • 2. La Encina de Ortega

    This is a one-stop shop for local wines, olive oil, Manchego cheese, and—most notably—Ibérico pork products (ham, chorizo, dry-cured sausages) made from pigs raised on the family farm. Stick around for charcuterie boards and generously poured glasses of wine.  

    Calle de la Plata 22, Toledo, Castille-La Mancha, 45001, Spain

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  • 3. Luis Méndez

    Luis and his two brothers are independent third-generation jewelers whose work is distinguished by intricate filigree. The most stunning specimens—costing more than €1,000—are fashioned out of gold and pearls, but there are more affordable options made from silver and semiprecious stones. Visit their boutique, or purchase from their online Etsy catalog.

    Calle Meléndez 8, Salamanca, Castille and León, 37002, Spain
  • 4. Mercado Central

    At Salamanca's most historic market with more than 50 stalls, you can stock up on local gourmet specialties—such as farinato sausages, jamón ibérico, and sheep's cheeses—and round out your shopping spree with a glass of wine at any of the traditional tapas counters.

    Pl. del Mercado s/n, Salamanca, Castille and León, 37001, Spain

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  • 5. Confitería Santo Tomé

    Since 1856, Santo Tomé has been Spain's most famous maker of marzipan, a Spanish confection made from sugar, honey, and almond paste. Visit the main shop on the Plaza de Zocodover, or take a tour of the old convent-turned-factory where it's actually made at  Calle de Santo Tomé 3 (advance booking required).

    Pl. de Zocodover 7, Toledo, Castille-La Mancha, 45001, Spain
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  • 6. Cuartero House

    Toledo has various gourmet food stores, but this one takes the cake. Artisan cheeses, marzipan, and charcuterie are some of the mainstays, but also check out their regional olive oils and canned partridge and patés, which are easy to pack in your suitcase. 

    Calle Hombre de Palo 5, Toledo, Castille-La Mancha, 45001, Spain

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  • 7. El Rastro

    This Sunday flea market—named after the larger one in Madrid—is held just outside Salamanca's historic center. It has some 400 stalls.

    Av. de Aldehuela s/n, Salamanca, Castille and León, 37003, Spain
  • 8. Isisa Duende

    If you have a car, skip the souvenir shops in Salamanca's center and instead take a joyride 35 km (22 miles) along the SA300 road to Isisa Duende, a wooden crafts workshop run by a charming husband-and-wife team. Their music boxes, photo frames, and other items are carved and painted with local motifs. Call ahead to schedule a free tour; if you're pressed for time, you can sometimes buy their wares in the tourist office on the Plaza Mayor.

    Calle San Miguel 1, Ledesma, Castille and León, 37100, Spain
  • 9. Montón de Trigo Montón de Paja

    This three-floor family-owned artisan shop designs and sells their own merino wool textiles, as well as leather products made from responsibly harvested materials. You'll also find a number of local paintings and prints, along with jewelry, ceramics, and numerous designs from artists around the country. The top floor of this location is actually an art gallery, but be sure to check out their second location in Plaza de Merced. 

    Calle Juan Bravo 21, Segovia, Castille and León, 40001, Spain
  • 10. Plaza de San Martín

    Several antique shops line this small plaza. Torreón de Lozoya, the 15th-century tower-mansion in the corner, hosts occasional exhibitions.

    Segovia, Castille and León, 40001, Spain
  • 11. Prada a Tope

    Prada a Tope has a restaurant, winery, and gourmet store, plus a huge estate in the countryside outside León. It operates this small café and shop in the city whose delicacies include chestnuts in syrup, bittersweet figs and pears in wine, jams, and liqueurs. Not enough room in your suitcase? Order by mail from its website.

    Calle Alfonso IX 9, León, Castille and León, 24004, Spain

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