Calle O’Daly (Santa Cruz de la Palma) – this is one of the main commercial strips in not only the town of Santa Cruz, but the entire island. Unlike the more developed Canarian islands of Tenerife and Gran Canaria, there is a lack of major shopping malls in Palma island (most likely due to the […]
Biosfera Plaza (Av. Juan Carlos 1, Puerto del Carmen) – this shopping center has 54 stores and restaurants (both regional and international retailers such as Desigual, Footlocker, Guess, Levi’s, Pull & Bear, Timberland, Zara; as well as eateries like Haagen Dazs, McDonald’s).
Centro Comercial Atlantico Vecindario (Calle Adargoma, Santa Lucía de Tirajana) — this is a shopping center located just 15 minutes (via car) from Maspalomas and Playa del Inglés. There are over 100 retailers (from Lacoste to Zara), a Carrefour supermarket, eateries like McDonald’s, a multiplex theater, and amenities like banks.
Calle Real (San Sebastián) — just up from the port in the island’s capital is lined with boutiques, sports stores, souvenir shops, art galleries and sidewalk cafes. Shop for souvenir foods like palm honey, almogrote (a chess spread) or mojo. The street is flanked by magnificent traditional houses and bars, cafés, perfume shops, accessories, fashion […]
Centro Comercial Atlántico (Carretera Gral. Jandía, km. 11, Antigua) – this mall has over 40 retailers (mainly local & national ones), along with a Spar supermarket, a six-screen cinema complex, a bowling alley, a small amusement arcade, and a few restaurants. There are also some outdoor events (especially during the holidays).
Calle Doctor Quintero (Valverde) — La Calle, which is how residents refer to the main street (Calle Dr. Quintero), is home to a few clothes boutiques, shops selling gifts and accessories, banks, book stores, restaurants, cafés and several eateries. El Secreto is one of them. This vintage hide-away defies convention with its colour scheme and […]