Markets in Mallorca

mnarkets and market days in mallorca island

Monday markets in Mallorca

Caimari

Calviá

Lloret de Vistalegre

Manacor

Montuiri

Tuesday markets in Mallorca

Alcúdia

Artà

Campanet

Ca’n Picafort

Ca’n Pastilla

Llubí

Peguera

Porreres

Santa Margalida

Wednesday markets in Mallorca

Andratx

Capdepera

Colònia de Sant Jordi

Llucmajor

Petra

Pòrtol

Port de Pollença

Santanyí

Selva

Sencelles

Sineu

Vilafranca de Bonany

Thursday markets in Mallorca

s’Arenal

Ariany

Ca’n Pastilla

Campos

Consell

Inca

Sant Joan

San Llorenc

Ses Salines

Friday markets in Mallorca

Algaida

Binissalem

Ca’n Picafort

Maria de la Salut

Son Servera

Saturday markets in Mallorca

Alaró

Buger

Bunyola

Cala Ratjada

Campos

Costitx

Es Llombards

Esporles

Lloseta

Mancor de la Vall

Santa Margalida

Santanyí

Santa Eugènia

Sóller

Sunday markets in Mallorca

Alcúdia

Felanitx

Llucmajor

Muro

Sa Pobla

Pollença

Porto Cristo

Santa Maria del Cami

Valldemossa

Santa Ponça

Markets in Palma

Mercat de Santa Catalina

The Santa Catalina market is one of the oldest and biggest in Palma and held every day between 7 a.m and 2 p.m. The market in Santa Catalina offers a wealth of fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses and crafts. You will find the market on Placa Navegacio.

Llotja del Peix

Palma’s daily fish market held on the harbour of Moll de Pescadors. The fish market starts when the fishing boats returns from a night on the sea about 6 a.m. If you like fish and you are renting your own flat or house close to Palma, do try this.

Mercat Olivar

Mercat Olivar is the biggest food market in Palma. It is held in the big market building on Placa Olivar about 5 minutes from Placa d’Espanya. The market is held every day from 8 a.m and closes around 2 o’clock in the afternoon. Let your senses be seduced as you browse and sample the fresh local produce from the Mallorcan countryside.

Rastro Market

A lot of people in the UK, Germany and Scandinavia seems to be quite bitten with flea markets, the people of Palma are no different. Every Saturday morning, on the street of Avinguda Gabriel Alomar i Villalonga, you will find the flea market in Palma. The market starts in the morning around 8 o’clock.

Mercat Artesanal

Every day in Placa Major in central Palma, the artesian market is held. Here you will find crafts such as wickerwork, leather goods and traditional clay products from Mallorca. The artesian market is open every day from 10 a.m to about 1-2 p.m.

Night market of Sa Bimbolla

From the end of June til the end of September, go visit the night market of Sa Bimbolla, held in an old warehouse in the northern part of Palma. Sa Bimbolla is as much a market as it is a fair, a night of joy and entertainment, which begins at 6 p.m and continues to 2 a.m. Sa Bimbolla is held every Sunday in Gremi Velluters 14. Poligon Son Rossinyol.

Biggest markets in Mallorca

Sineu market

The market in Sineu is the most famous of all the markets in Mallorca. Hundreds of coaches arrive in the morning from all resorts on the island with thousands of excited tourists eager to do a good bargain on the marketplace. Hundreds of stalls are set up in the small narrow streets of the old town, which gives you an authentic and still vibrant feeling. The market is also a great excuse to sneak around and discover some of the interesting points of interest, as well as trying some of the best restaurants and bars in the area.

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Inca market

Inca market is another of the major weekly markets in Mallorca. The town is known for its production of leather goods and always a good place to go shopping, but on Thurdays the center of the town is transformed into one huge marketplace of all kinds of goods. Just as with the Sineu market, this is a great opportunity to discover some of the best restaurants in the area and do some sightseeing.

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Alcúdia market

Alcúdia is the most popular tourist destination in Mallorca, and because of this there are two weekly market days here; Tuesday and Sunday.