Where are the best shopping areas in Palmanova and Magaluf? Our resort is filled with shops and small businesses where you can find all kinds of things.

You can go shopping in both Palmanova and Magaluf and enjoy discovering everything from the most authentic local products to international brand name clothing stores.

You only have to take a stroll along the seafront, and you will find shopping centres along with smaller stores and supermarkets. Ideal for buying everything you need before hitting the beach.

If you love fresh produce and traditional handcrafted products, don’t miss the weekly markets that are held in different areas within the municipality of Calvià.

In Magaluf there are two main commercial areas. The first one, La Vila Shopping Centre

This is the main fashion and leisure hotspot for tourists and residents. Thanks to its prime location, in the heart of Magaluf, it is an ideal place to do all kinds of shopping. 

It boasts more than 20 establishments: supermarkets, restaurants, clothes shops, jewellery stores, household goods, shoe shops, sports shops… all of which bear the most important local, national and international brand names. It also hosts events, promos and other activities all year round. 

The second must for shopping in Magaluf is Momentum Plaza, a large open-air public square designed for the enjoyment of both residents and tourists alike.

The square combines a shopping centre with international and local brands (shoes, gifts, jewellery, clothes) with a restaurant area. This makes it the ideal place to go shopping and, at the same time, enjoy some tapas, an ice cream or a coffee. 

This lively square also hosts free events and activities all year round – and for all ages!

For those who love traditional markets, there is a full weekly calendar whereby each day the market moves to a different place in Calvià. One of the most famous markets, the oldest and most traditional, is held on Mondays in Calvià village.

On Fridays, the market is held in Son Ferrer, where you can buy fruit, vegetables, clothing, footwear, handicrafts and flowers.

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