Clothes, Majorca Island
Nat Nats is supposed to be one of the best shops in Majorca, i disagree. Its ok if you just want to buy a few nice things but you can find some better shops in Palma town centre.
It does have a wide range of clothes & accessories for all ages, it sells clothes for women aswell as children of all ages, underwear, socks, tshirts & all for good value price.
What to buy: Includes clothing for all ages, ladies wear to baby wear & also childrens wear. They sell some nice underwear for ladies & nice socks too.
What to pay: Prices start from around 3 Euros for socks & more for other accessories & clothes.
There are a lot of clothes shops on the main boulevard in Cala Millor, and I must say, I found more interesting and original tops there than in Palma! The colours, the textures, the fashionable details- very surprising, given that normally anywhere else these shops would sell mainly sports t-shirts.
What to pay: The prices are very reasonable- 9 euros upwards.
We went to shop in Palma, expecting a market and a great variety. In fact, we returned with just a couple of souvenirs. There is no market (the type where you get to haggle and choose from a wide range of products), only shops, a lot of boutiques. Nothing original. There is a shoe shop calles Hollywood (and several others) though, where we managed to find great pairs of shoes made from local leather. Depends on what you're after.
What to buy: Pearls, leather items, embroidery, glass souvenirs. An original thing to buy which tourist offices don't tell you about is a 'siurello con silbato'- a whistle made of clay, in a shape of some figurine, all white. You can buy them in Las Ramblas boulevard.
What to pay: Prices vary, but generally seemed to be lower than in the UK (where I am based).
El Corte Inglés (white building in the back of the picture) is probably the best-known Spanish department store and offers everything a department store usually offers: clothes, shoes, books and a lot more.
What to pay: about average; cheaper than in Germany though
These sandals are really my favourite shoes in summertime!!! I've bought them in a shop in Palma. They were also avaiblable in different colours.
What to pay: I don't remember what I paid for the shoes, but it wasn't very expensive. The price was really worth it.