Shopping in La Palma

Best Shopping & Malls in La Palma, Spain

Shopping in La Palma

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  • Marleen
    Nijmegen, The Netherlands432 contributions
    This is a great place to shop for fresh food and ingredients. Bread, cheeses, fruit, vegetables, olives, eggs, cake, honey, wine, etc. Don't go on an empty stomach, or you'll go home with more than you can eat ;-)
    Written August 24, 2018
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  • CrumpySeaford
    Seaford, UK743 contributions
    Weekend indoor morning market.
    Beautiful local tapestry, embroidery and needlepoint work.
    Leather goods, jewelry, fruit and veg, sugar cane juice etc.
    Mazo is a nice little town to spend an hour wandering around.
    Written March 20, 2016
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  • cc1Canada
    canada350 contributions
    this gallery is beautiful all on it's own. Check out the delightful millwork at the back of the main building as well as the gardens. And then of course there is the art, which holds its own within the gallery space. A huge variety of competent artists and a variety of media.
    Written December 26, 2017
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  • CarTravel_10
    London, UK100 contributions
    A very nice and friendly gift shop - something nice for everyone here. Hats and T shirts, gifts of all kinds
    Written May 10, 2017
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  • robamym
    milwaukie41 contributions
    We previously went to Sunglass Hut on our trips to Cancun, but accidentally our driver took us to Sunglass Island.
    We looked around then walked thru mall to Sunglass Hut to compare. They both had equal quality sunglasses , same name brands. Sunglass Island definately had the best prices and they gave us a great discount for purchasing 3 pairs. Our 3rd pair was just about free!!! My husband bought Maui Jims, which I usually get as well but prices were so great I bought Tiffany. Bought our youngest son a pair of aviators he wanted for his 24th bday. I dont recall brand because we were sending him pictures of so many until he picked the pair he loved. I know we paid 15,580 peso for all 3. We will be back next vacation for sure. We do always wait to get our sunglasses until in Mexico, always works out to be wise choice. LOVE MY GLASSES!!!!
    Written April 29, 2018
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  • zenu
    London2,022 contributions
    The Artefuego is an established glass making studio with a shop that sells its exquisite wares. There are regular demonstrations of glass making and the owner is very proud and willing to share his experiences.

    We chanced upon this place while visiting the Sunday rastro (flea market)in Los Llanos Aridane. The market (as well as Arefuego) is set up in a quaint plaza with some interesting timber buildings and the ambiance is worth savoring. Delicious fresh sugar cane sold in the plaza. Please note there are no toilets and the nearest one (cafe) is a distance away. Municipal parking (free) plentiful. Worth a visit if you happen to be in the area. The flea market is set up on Saturday and Sunday and the Artefuego I gather is open almost daily.
    Written November 14, 2017
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  • AJHfromNZ
    London, UK31 contributions
    If you've found Las Tricias you've arrived in a lovely corner of La Palma. After taking in the views, trees, caves and coast we popped into the old flour mill (Tahona) by the church and were delighted by the mix of crafts on display and on sale. A very genuine experience, with all kinds of authentic local handiwork at fair prices. Baskets, leather, stone jewellery, ceramics and glass all featured, and we bought one piece which the shopkeeper humbly told us she'd made herself! Excellent.
    Written February 8, 2014
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