Visit the museum and the store (approximately 1 hour )

The facilities of the Pikolinos Group in the Elche Industrial Estate include a footwear museum that provides a comprehensive vision of the handcrafted origins of shoes and the steps in the sector’s evolution towards industrialisation.

The visit continues with the option of discovering the extensive offering of footwear and accessories available in the store, which has an outlet section as well as products from the current season of the Pikolinos and the Martinelli brands.

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Visit the manufacturing facility, the museum, and the store (approximately 2 hours)

The Pikolinos Group offers a guided tour of its manufacturing facility located in the Elche Industrial Estate in order to learn about the complete production process first-hand. It covers everything from the delivery of top-quality leather to how it is transformed into comfortable Pikolinos footwear or sophisticated Martinelli shoes.

The visit then moves on to the Footwear Museum, where guests can learn about the origins of the company’s shoes, and ends with a stop at the Pikolinos store located in the industrial estate.

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A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN ABOUT
THE HISTORY OF FOOTWEAR IN ELCHE

The tour was very interesting. In a short period of time, we were able to learn about the history of footwear in Elche. They explained how espadrilles were made along with the materials used, as well as how the shoe industry has changed over time and how machinery was progressively introduced. We completed the tour in the spacious store where we were able to purchase a pair of shoes from the outlet area with a special discount. What more could we want! :)"
Sergio Collado

I REALLY ENJOYED SEEING
HOW PIKOLINOS SHOES ARE MADE

A truly remarkable tour. We were taken aback by the painstaking process and by all the people involved in making each shoe. The factory is an example of order and efficiency. We were really impressed with the special focus that is placed on employee work conditions. The subsequent stops at the museum and the store were the perfect finishing touches."
Rosa Mª Pérez