Given how much the Spanish love children, it comes as no surprise to find a whole host of shops on the island indulging this national characteristic. Whether it’s toys or tank tops, books or booties, you’re sure to find the prettiest of purchases here in Mallorca. And in terms of selection, there’s enough choice to keep everyone from mums-to-be to temperamental teenagers satisfied.
That’s not to say that the rest of the island doesn’t have anything to offer – on the contrary. Be it Pollensa or Porto Cristo, there are many attractive individual boutiques scattered about, each with their own style and offering. But for the purpose of this article, we present you with a handful of our favourites all based in Palma or clsoe-by, while on your travels around the island you can discover your own.
As a starting point, head straight for the capital’s best-known shopping street, Avenida de Jaime III.
A visit to Palma is a ‘must’ and what could be more fun than browsing in the local shops for unique products. Here is your shopping guide to Palma. […] Shopping in Palma de Mallorca
El Corte Inglés
You cannot fail to miss Spain’s most famous department store standing centrally on the Avenidas. Well air conditioned, it’s often a pleasant retreat from the hot midday sun and contains a large selection of baby, children and youth items (as well as the other usual department store sections, including great toy and book departments).
Avenida de Jaime III, 15 Palma de Mallorca.
Quality Spanish design company Massimo Dutti has a shop devoted solely to stylish boys and girls clothing.
Avenida de Jaime III, 10 Palma de Mallorca.
Just a few doors along is where you’ll find French store Petit Bateau, for the softest cotton and chic, fun Gallic style.
Avenida de Jaime III, 6 Palma de Mallorca.
If you like your clothes and that of your children to be not only chic but soft and durable,try French store Petit Bateau on Avenida Jaime III. […] Petit Bateau
High street heroes
While it’s true that Palma seems to have no end of pricey independent boutiques, there are also many mainstream chainstore favourites where you can snap up a bargain.
Young trendsetters everywhere love Zara Kids for hip, popping design and comfort. Sensible prices and a decent standard of durability mean parents are great fans, too.
Avenida de Alexandre Rossello, 34 / Paseo del Borne, 25 Palma de Mallorca.
Kids are free to be kids dressed in fun styles by Swedish label H&M. Small price tags mean parents needn’t worry so much about their little ones getting messy and spoiling their outfits – a typically laid-back sort of attitude as extolled by the Swedes.
Plaza Juan Carlos I, 1 Palma de Mallorca.
If you’re of the thinking that small children grow out of clothes so fast you needn’t spend a fortune on them, Primark could be your bag. When this hugely popular UK fashion retailer opened at Fan Mallorca Shopping in 2016, queues were out of the door. It’s budget clothing so don’t expect fantastic quality, but its designers are very quick to copy trends and teenagers generally love it for a quick, cheap fix.
Carrer del Cardel de Rossell, s/n, 07007 Palma de Mallorca.
This sporting superstore located at Son Moix on the outskirts of the city is brilliant for kitting out the whole family. Whether your child is into surfing or skating, ballet or basketball, you’ll locate what they need here – at reasonable prices. There’s also a Decathlon City, right in the centre of town.
Camí de Jesús / Avenida de Jaime III, 21 Palma de Mallorca.
Cheap and cheerful, C&A covers maternity and baby wear and toddlers right through to age 16. In particular, its Bio Cotton Collection for little ones ticks all the boxes: soft, inexpensive and ecologically sound, in cute designs.
Plaza Joan Carles I, 4 Palma de Mallorca.
Porto Pi shopping centre
Even the most shopping-adverse son or daughter will find the experience (or at the very least, tolerable!) at Porto Pi. Sitting at the end of Paseo Maritimo, it has shops for all kids’ ages and tastes, from the frothy and fun Disney Store to the altogether more sophisticated Massimo Dutti. Trendy teens will appreciate Zara (incorporating Zara Kids), Mango, Pull & Bear and Kiabi, amongst others.
Babies and mums-to-be
If you are an expectant mother in need of a shopping trip for essential supplies, it appears that your predicament has been entirely catered for. Right in Palma city centre, there’s a cluster of some of the best children’s shops stocking all you could possibly require in just a couple of streets located right next to each other. So no trekking for miles with swollen ankles in 30°+ heat! And, if you prefer your shopping out of town so you need only step from car to shop, this is also easily done.
Come out of El Corte Inglès and directly across the road to the left, you’ll find a branch of the well known French chain store Prenatal. Selling clothing and accessories (prams, bottle feeding equipment, etc.) for mothers-to-be, babies and children, the company aims to ‘help women be modern mothers’.
Avenida de Jaime III, 22 Palma de Mallorca.
Next door to Prenatal is the popular Spanish company Chicco, specialising in ‘simple and safe products’ from baby car seats to clothing for expectant mums, babies and children up to the age of three.
Avenida de Jaime III, 20 Palma de Mallorca.
Situated on the old antique dealers’ street of Costa de sa Pols, just off La Rambla is Bebedreams, with its very nice baby and maternity collection, plus strollers from Be cool and Silver Cross. There’s another Bebedreams store out near the airport.
Costa de sa Pols, 16 07003 / Camí de Can Pastilla, 66, 07610 Palma de Mallorca.
Out in the industrial area of Son Castelló, Bebeplanet is a large go-to store for everything baby related. It also has a convenient online store: bebeplanet.com
Polígono de Son Rossinyol, Calle Gremi de Corredors, 4, 07009 Palma de Mallorca.
Babies R Us
It’s easy to load your new kit straight into the car at Babies R Us, with easy parking straight outside. Part of the giant Toys R Us, it stocks a great many products designed for babies and mums-to-be.
Carrer del Ter, 19, 07009 Palma de Mallorca.
Goods are somewhat higher priced than in stores in the UK, but if you’re after brands like Philips Avent, Tommee Tippee, or own-brand maternity and baby wear, you’ll find them all here in Porto Pi’s Mothercare.
Centro Comercial Porto Pi, Avinguda de Gabriel Roca, 54, 07015 Palma de Mallorca.
Furniture and home
Kidshome is a delight for not only the merit of goods on offer, but the sheer convenience of having everything under one roof. Strollers by brands such as Bugaboo and Babybjörn sit alongside child-friendly furniture, ingenious storage solutions, and loads of zippy toys and accessories. There are also many products especially for babies and new mums, plus essential safety items such as stair gates and car seats. Free shipping for online orders of 65 euros and over: kidshome.es. C/ Berenguer de Tornamira, 11 Palma de Mallorca.
This kids furniture store in the center of Palma offers a wide selection of children´s bedroom and home furniture. They have a large selection of home accessories for kids including school bags, lunch boxes and lots more. […] KidsHome Palma
Funky, cute and colourful: the Zara Home kids collection. Lovely linens, adorable teddies, decorative items and lots of bits and pieces for new arrivals are some of the things you’ll find there – with regular discounts of up to 40%.
Avinguda d’Alexandre Rosselló, 22 / Passeig del Born, 15 / Centro Comercial Porto Pi
Barón de Santa María del Sepulcro
Isn’t it great when you chance upon one street with shop upon shop of exactly what you’re looking for? For kids and their families, this is Carrer de Barón de Santa María del Sepulcro, just steps away from Jaime III.
Pure Vogue chic for kids, Nanos has to-die-for styles for babies, boys, girls and older children, plus lots of lovely gift ideas. Interestingly, there’s also a special collection of riding clothes for kids, ladies and gentlemen – including whips, hard hats and saddle blankets.
Who said maternity wear had to be staid? Premamma does wonderfully sophisticated pieces for mums to be who want to look and feel their best up to –and past – term.
Of French origin, Jacadi boasts intricate detailing of its clothes, with pretty bows, carefully chosen buttons and exclusive embroidery to create well dressed children. Products include clothing for pregnant women and babies, incidentals such as blankets, furniture, soft toys, shoes and more.
A Spanish children’s clothing and accessories label, Gocco is known for affordable designer-look collections for babies through to 14 years, with cool comfy sportswear and quality shoes alongside its many other ranges.
Neck & Neck
With stores across Europe and South America, this well-established chain offers a wide range of classic and colourful products for junior and baby, and is geared towards making children enjoy visiting the stores and dressing up.
In addition to these great stores, the selection of shops for kids continues with an array of charming small boutiques. Adorable, smart infant apparel from Dimoniets; Petit Cocó and Van Vas for shoes; Textura for the softest, snuggliest cot bedding, and 314, which stocks cute collections for women, children and home.
There’s also Claudia for babywear from classic luxurious Spanish brand Pasito a Pasito, and, when you reach the end of Carrer de Barón de Santa María del Sepulcro heading away from Jaime III, two stores at the end on opposite sides of the street: Mayoral, great for basics, and Pili Carrera on the corner, a gorgeous boutique which, in addition to regular clothing, does traditional christening gowns.
Conveniently, there’s a Vital Way store right across from Pili Carrera; a large health store with many specialist vitamins and products for children amongst its range.
Roughly halfway up Carrer de Barón de Santa María del Sepulcro is tiny side street Carrer d’Hug de Ribesaltes, which is where you’ll find breastfeeding and baby specialist store demamma – next to Laura Ashley.
Elsewhere in Palma…
Check out these other small independent gems, dotted around the city.
Mums and daughters alike will have a soft spot for Mamy Poppins. The whimsical boutiques – there are two in Palma – are little treasure troves of girly clothing and accessories. Perfect for gift shopping, too.
Plaza del Rosario, 5 / Carrer de Jesús, 17 Palma de Mallorca.
The Indigo Store
Where to go for the best baby slings? The Indigo Store, a holistic-feel store with all manner of brilliant carrying solutions to try out, in addition to cute baby and kids wear, toys and maternity clothing.
c/ Misión 38 Palma de Mallorca.
This event-wear boutique is a little bit special. Head here if your son or daughter has an upcoming wedding, christening or suchlike to attend, and they’ll be attended to with all the professionalism and care of a nation that just adores dressing its kids in the finest formal attire.
Plaça Major, 7 Palma de Mallorca.
Toys, games and books
Whatever your vision of a toy store looks like – small and kitsch; large and glitzy or modern and inventive – it exists here in Mallorca. Here are our top picks in Palma.
The magical Imaginarium near Plaza Major is a specialist toy shop with a strong philosophy of offering products that promote learning development through fun means and avoid sexist or military content. Online shopping is also available.
Calle Union, 11 Palma de Mallorca.
Toys R Us
Yes, the exciting toy giant is here on Mallorca, with a large location on the outskirts of Palma. We don’t need to tell you that whatever your child is into, you’ll find a fitting item within the endless aisles of this superstore for kids. Everything from toys to puzzles to bikes to video games; it’s all here. This place can get a little crazy around Christmas time, so you may prefer to shop the online store instead: toysrus.es.
Carrer del Ter, 19, 07009 Palma de Mallorca.
This great store is a hive of activity; stocking thousands of educational toys, it features the latest fun innovations for babies through to 12 year olds.
Carrer de Barón de Santa María del Sepulcro, 10 Palma de Mallorca.
My Little Place
“Cause playing is essential for child development” says My Little Place, tucked away on a side street just off bustling Carrer de Colom. To this end, it stocks a small but genius collection of games, toys, accessories and cool, colourful items for school-age kids to take to school.
Carrer dels Set Cantons, 3 Palma de Mallorca.
There are lots of beautiful book shops in Palma, but many stock solely Spanish and Catalan works. Steps away from La Rambla, Book Inn also has English, German, Italian and French books for children and adults.
Carrer dels Horts, 20 Palma de Mallorca.
Festival Park Outlets is brilliant for kids shopping on three counts. Firstly, it’s outdoor with play areas, meaning there’s a pleasant sense of space for kids to run around and let off steam a bit. Secondly, there are lots of cafes and eateries, so it’s ideal for bribing them with an ice cream or treat if they give in and go clothes shopping with you. Thirdly, the quality of shops is excellent, representing a good mix of choice and value. Desigual, Nike, Quicksilver, Vans and Tommy Hilfiger are some of the stores with dedicated kids collections.
Located just off junction eight of the Palma to Inca motorway, parking is easy and free.
For excellent shopping and entertainment, head to Festival Park Outlets – an attractive outdoor mall with choice brands and discount designer labels. […] Festival Park Outlets
Natural and organic
Kind things for little people! Catering to parents who are into a wholesome organic diet, Evie’s Garden creates homemade organic food especially for babies and children, delivered direct to families throughout the island. There is also a beautiful range of children’s shoes in the online shop.
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