Capdepera has a wide assortment of shops, mainly located in the village of Cala Ratjada, where you can choose from an infinite selection of items to take home as a souvenir.Read more
You can also go to the markets that are mounted twice a week –Wednesday in Capdepera and Saturday in Plaza de los Pinos in Cala Ratjada- where you can purchase anything from fruits and vegetables sold by the farmers themselves to handbags, footwear, clothing or anything else you might need.Less
If you have an inclination for Capdepera’s most typical crafts, you should decide on palmito (the European fan palm tree) or llata, as it is called in Catalan. Capdepera is one of the three places on Mallorca that is home to this straw, which is the basis for a wide variety of products made by braiding its dry leaves .Read more
The well known Mallorcan baskets called senallas, hats, adornments.... Another option is footwear, with a complete leather industry in Mallorca that also brings from Menorca the typical sandals known as aubarcas. There are also textile products from the Balearics that use Ibizan fashion as a reference point.Less
Another equally valid and very flavourful option are the island’s typical sausages, such as sobrasada or camaiot, liqueurs such as hierbas (sweet, dry or semi mixed) and palo, wines with the Balearic denomination of origin or typical sweets such as ensaimadas, so as to leave the Island with a pleasant taste until the next time you visit.Read more
The international most famous sweet pastry. Transported in a special box, they must be ordered one or two days in advance.
Sobrasada – paprika sausage, camaiot – black pudding can be found in supermarkets and markets.
Quality local wines, hierbas, palo – herbal liqueurs.
It is located in supermarkets and weekly markets.Less
A wide variety of products.
Come and visit the markets and discover the typical products of the island.