23 Best Places to Shop in Ibiza and the Balearic Islands, Spain

Bodegas Binifadet

Fodor's choice

This is the most promising of the handful of local wineries, with robust young reds and whites on store shelves all over Menorca. The owners have expanded their product line into sparkling Chardonnay and the palest-pink rosé, olive oil, jams and conserves, and wine-based soaps and cosmetics. All visits must be pre-booked, but it's well worth a stop, not merely for tastings and guided tours, but also for a meal on the terrace, weather permitting. The kitchen puts an international touch on traditional Menorcan recipes and products; the prix-fixe menu is great value at €28 for three courses, or €65 with a wine pairing. In midsummer, reservations are a must. The reward is kicking back among the most picturesque and peaceful surroundings.

Alpargatería La Concepción

The Balearics' most popular footwear is the simple, slip-on espadrille (often with a leather front over the first half of the foot and a strap across the back of the ankle, known as "avarcas" ). Look for a pair here.

Carrer de la Concepción 17, Palma, Balearic Islands, 07012, Spain
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Arquinesia Perfumes

This boutique perfumier makes just six fragrances, each inspired by, and named after, classic Balearic-island scents ­– Fig, Orange, Sea Breeze. A Collection Box of five miniature eau de parfum (€39) will preserve island memories in olfactory form, while scented ceramics (designed to fragrance closets or rooms; from €49) make elegant keepsakes. Then there’s the store itself: a spectacular 17th-century townhouse that appears stopped in time, thanks to original tile floors, dried flowers, and wooden cabinets packed with curios. 

Carrer de Sant Gaietà 6A, Palma, Balearic Islands, 07012, Spain
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Ben Calçat

Shop here for hand-stitched shoes and traditional Mallorcan slip-ons, made on the premises.

Carrer Sa Lluna 74, Sóller, Balearic Islands, 07100, Spain
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Duck into the little alley between Carrer Nou and Carrer de l'Angel, and discover the atelier where Llorenç Pons makes his espardenyes d'autor (traditional rope-sole sandals) in original and surprising designs.

Pont de l'Angel 4, Maó, Balearic Islands, 17702, Spain



This company has an internationally popular line of sport shoes. The ever-so-trendy Camper boutique in Palma was designed by architect Fernando Amat.

Av. Jaime III 5, Palma, Balearic Islands, 07012, Spain
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This is the place for top-quality handcrafted men's dress shoes and boots, and women's loafers and Chelsea boots, which start from around €325 but can reach four figures. 

Carrer de la Unió 4, Palma, Balearic Islands, 07001, Spain
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Colmado Santo Domingo


This is a wonderful little shop for the artisanal food specialties of Mallorca: sobrasada of black pork, cured sausages called "fuet", cheeses, jams, honeys, and preserves.


This store has a good range of wines, including labels produced in the Balearics, and spirits.

Av. d'Isidoro Macabich 36, Eivissa, Balearic Islands, 07800, Spain
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Glassmakers since 1719, Gordiola has a factory showroom in Algaida and a museum, on the Palma–Manacor road, where you can watch the glass being blown and even try your hand at making a piece. There is also a shop in the center of Palma on Carrer de la Victoria, 2.

Ctra. Palma–Manacor, Km 19, Algaida, Balearic Islands, 07210, Spain
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Hort Sant Patrici

This artisanal cheese factory and agriturismo is a great place to buy the tangy, Parmesan-like Mahón cheese. Most weekdays you can watch the cheese being made, and guided tours (by reservation  [email protected]; €8) are available at least once a day. As well as a shop (which is only open during said tours), the beautiful grounds boast a small vineyard, a sculpture garden and a botanical garden, and the island's only cheese-focused museum, featuring aging chambers and all manner of implements. 

Camí Sant Patrici s/n, Ferreries, Balearic Islands, 07750, Spain
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Shop here for high-end shoes, leather purses, and accessories.

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Dalt Vila
Browse this tiny shop in the Dalt Vila for handmade leather bags and purses accented with tapestry fabric. In summer high season, it's open to midnight.
Pl. Dalt Vila 23D, Eivissa, Balearic Islands, 07800, Spain

Maria Juanico

Interesting plated and anodized silver jewelry and accessories are created by Maria at a workshop in the back of her store.



This store is known for its original high-fashion designer shoes for women.

Av. de Jaime III 10, Palma, Balearic Islands, 07012, Spain
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Handcrafted Menorcan shoe brand, Mascaró, has a well-discounted outlet showroom here, on the main highway from Alaior to Ciutadella. It not only features covetable shoes and bags, but fine leather coats and belts for men and women.

Poife Parcela 9, Ferreries, Balearic Islands, 07750, Spain
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Mercat de Sineu

The island's biggest market takes place every Wednesday, 8 am to 1:30 pm, in the town of Sineu, 34 km (21 miles) east of Palma. The market, among the island's oldest, dates back to the 14th century, when livestock was auctioned—a practice that continues to this day. Come early if you want to see the auction, which takes place in and around the main square. Local crafts and produce, plants and flowers, clothing, and leather goods are traded throughout the village along the labyrinth of narrow streets, which can get very busy.

Pl. Es Fossar, Balearic Islands, 07510, Spain

Nadia Rabosio

This inventive designer has created an original selection of jewelry and hand-painted silks.

Carrer Santissim 4, Ciutadella, Balearic Islands, 07760, Spain

Pons Quintana

This showroom has a full-length window overlooking the factory where its very chic women's shoes and purses are made. There's also a store in central Mahón. 

Carrer Sant Antoni 120, Alaior, Balearic Islands, 07730, Spain
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Rialto Living

The building that houses this smart lifestyle store off Passeig del Born – an 18th-century city palace that still shows off giant archways and original brickwork – is as striking as the curated edit of homeware, fashion, toys, and English-language books inside. Owned by design-obsessed Swedes Barbara Bergman and Klas Käll (the latter, one of the founding designers of the Gant brand), the store is a Palma institution for gift-buyers, interior stylists, and anyone needing a refuel (pastries, lunch, a glass of local wine) in its buzzy café.  


This zany, color-packed bazaar looks like a fairground marquee, and feels like IKEA on an acid trip. Both the design, and the objects for sale, are mad and unpredictable—chandeliers, taxidermy, tie-dye fashion, neon signs, graffiti-sprayed chairs in the café. Just when you think you’ve found a normal section, such as some sunglasses, you’ll see a purple statue of a bull. Sluiz is festival-spirited, packed with tongue-in-cheek humor, a true Ibizan one-off. Don’t even attempt to overthink what’s going on in here.

te Cuero

This store-workshop specializes in hand-tooled leather bags and belts with great designer buckles, boots, and sandals.

Pl. de la Iglesia 6, Santa Gertrudis, Balearic Islands, 07814, Spain
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One gastronomic legacy of the British occupation is gin. At this distillery on Mahón's quayside near the ferry terminal, you can sample various types of gin and buy some to take home.

Moll de Ponent 91, Maó, Balearic Islands, 07701, Spain
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