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Life in Mallorca:  Markets 

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Monday

Manacor Weekly Market

The market at Mancor is Mallorca’s second largest town and market after Palma.

Lloret de Vistalegre

Lloret de Vistalegre is a traditional agricultural area of Mallorca. With fresh figs to die for and some locally reared cattle this market is well worth a visit.

Caimari

A beautiful village just outside Inca with a quaint small market.

Calvia

One of the most typical and oldest market takes place every Monday in the village of Calviá.

Biniamar (Selva)

A beautiful village just outside Inca with a quaint small market.images

Palma

Llotja del Peix

Monday through to Saturday this lively fish market happens in the traditional fish market in Palma. Pick up the freshest fish you’ll ever get.

Mercat Olivar

This beautiful indoor market in the center of Palma de Mallorca is a great place to get all your weekly groceries.

Santa Catalina

A very convenient market for those in Santa Catalina. The market sells a wide range of fruit and veg as well as an array of fish and meat.

Tuesday

Santa Margalida

A regular market that is held every Tuesday and Saturday in Santa Margalida, which is located in the North of Mallorca.

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Porreres

A regular market held every Tuesday in Porreres, which is situated in the center of Mallorca.

Llubi

A regular market held every Tuesday in Llubi, situated in the center of Mallorca.

Campanet

A regular market, which takes place every Tuesday in Campanet in the North of Mallorca near Sa Pobla.

Arta

Arta hosts one of the most charming markets in the North East of Mallorca.

S’ Arenal (Llucmajor)

Weekly market in s’Arenal, selling all the usual produce.

Alcudia

Alcudia’s market is one of the most important on the island due to its friendly and relaxed atmosphere and the wide variety of products that are available. The market spreads out through the old town inside the ancient walls of the city.

Palma

Llotja del Peix

Monday through to Saturday this lively fish market happens in the traditional fish market in Palma. Pick up the freshest fish you’ll ever get.

Mercat Olivar

This beautiful indoor market in the center of Palma de Mallorca is a great place to get all your weekly groceries.

Santa Catalina

A very convenient market for those in Santa Catalina. The market sells a wide range of fruit and veg as well as an array of fish and meat.

Pere Garau

Large market in the outskirts of Palma city.

Can Pastilla

A functional fruit and veg market in Can Pastilla where you can also buy clothing.

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Andratx

The market at Andratx is one of the oldest in Mallorca with a good range of both groceries and also typical Mallorcan products.

S’ Arenal (Llucmajor)

Weekly market in s’Arenal, selling all the usual produce.

Vilafranca de Bonany

A small rural market in the village of Vilafrance de Bonany in the centre of Mallorca.

Sineu

The only remaining Livestock market on Mallorca which is quite a spectacle.

Sencelles

A regular market every Wednesday in Sencelles in the centre of Mallorca.

Santanyi

A regular market on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the quaint village of Santanyi in the East of Mallorca.

Puerto de Pollensa

Enjoy a busy and social market in the North of Mallorca, often accompanied by a Pan Pipes performance in the middle of it.

Petra

A regular market held every Wednesday in Petra in the centre of Mallorca.

Llucmajor

A market that is one of the main attractions of Llucmajor. This market has a lot to offer, not only in terms of shopping possibilities but also it is also a place to socialise and soak up the atmosphere.

Capdepera

A regular market held every Wednesday in Capdepera in the North East of Mallorca.

Bunyola

A regular market every Wednesday and Saturday in Bunyola in between Palma and Soller.

Selva

A beautiful village just outside Inca with a quaint small market.

Palma

Llotja del Peix

Monday through to Saturday this lively fish market happens in the traditional fish market in Palma. Pick up the freshest fish you’ll ever get.

Mercat Olivar

This beautiful indoor market in the center of Palma de Mallorca is a great place to get all your weekly groceries.

Thursday

Sant Llorenc

A regular market on Thursdays in the town of Sant Llorenc des Cardassar in the North East of Mallorca.

Inca

Inca has held a market since medieval times, and every Thursday, Friday and Sunday this tradition continues where you can find some of the best leather and clothes in Mallorca.

Consell

More of a flea market than a traditional market, on Thursdays and Sundays in Consell in the centre of Mallorca.

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A regular market on Thursdays in the town of Campos in the East of Mallorca near to Es Trenc beach.

Ariany

A small market in the small village of Ariany in the North of Mallorca.

Palma

Llotja del Peix

Monday through to Saturday this lively fish market happens in the traditional fish market in Palma. Pick up the freshest fish you’ll ever get.

Mercat Olivar

This beautiful indoor market in the center of Palma de Mallorca is a great place to get all your weekly groceries.

Santa Catalina

A very convenient market for those in Santa Catalina. The market sells a wide range of fruit and veg as well as an array of fish and meat.

Pere Garau

Large market in the outskirts of Palma city.

Can Pastilla

A functional fruit and veg market in Can Pastilla where you can also buy clothing.

Friday

S’ Arenal (Llucmajor)

Weekly market in s’Arenal, selling all the usual produce.

Son Servera

Locally grown fruits such as pomegranates, oranges and olives are the stars of this market in Son Servera.

Maria de la Salut

Not to be confused with Santa Maria, this market is based on agricultural products from nearby.

Can Picafort

Set on the North coast of Mallorca the market at Can Picafort has a little something for everyone.

Binissalem

A wide ranging market catering to fruit and veg as well as clothing and textiles and even ironmongery!

Algaida

A regular market on Thursdays in the rural town of Algaida in the East of Mallorca.

Inca

Inca has held a market since medieval times, and every Thursday, Friday and Sunday this tradition continues where you can find some of the best leather and clothes in Mallorca.

Llucmajor

A market that is one of the main attractions of Llucmajor. This market has a lot to offer, not only in terms of shopping possibilities but also it is also a place to socialise and soak up the atmosphere.

Palma

Llotja del Peix

Monday through to Saturday this lively fish market happens in the traditional fish market in Palma. Pick up the freshest fish you’ll ever get.

Mercat Olivar

This beautiful indoor market in the center of Palma de Mallorca is a great place to get all your weekly groceries.

Santa Catalina

A very convenient market for those in Santa Catalina. The market sells a wide range of fruit and veg as well as an array of fish and meat.

Saturday

Santa Margalida

A regular market that is held every Tuesday and Saturday in Santa Margalida, which is located in the North of Mallorca.

Arta

Arta hosts one of the most charming markets in the North East of Mallorca.

Soller

Held in the village of Soller (not the Port of Soller) in the North West of Palma, this market makes a great start to a day out on a Saturday.

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A regular market on Saturdays in the village of Santa Eugenia in the centre of Mallorca.

Lloseta

A regular market on Saturdays in the village of Lloseta in the North West of Mallorca.

Esporles

A very nice market set up on the main “high street” of this small village 15 minutes outside of Palma.

Es Llombards

A regular market on Saturdays in Es Llombards in the South East of Mallorca.

Costitx

A regular market on Saturdays in Costitx in the North of Mallorca.

Buger

A regular market on Saturdays in the rural town of Buger in the North of Mallorca.

Alaro

A market as beautiful as the town of Alaro itself, this is a Mallorcan market that comes recommended.

Campos

A regular market on Thursdays in the town of Campos in the East of Mallorca near to Es Trenc beach.

Sineu

The only remaining Livestock market on Mallorca which is quite a spectacle.

Santanyi

A regular market on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the quaint village of Santanyi in the East of Mallorca.

Bunyola

A regular market every Wednesday and Saturday in Bunyola in between Palma and Soller.

Manacor Artisan Market

The Artisan market at Manacor happens every Saturday and is more of a craft fair than a market in the traditional sense.

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Palma

Mercado Ecologico de Palma

Fabulous organic market held in the center of Palma. A must visit if you are in the area.

Rastro Flea Market

Every Saturday this flea market springs up along the Avenida de Gabriela Alomer in Palma.

Llotja del Peix

Monday through to Saturday this lively fish market happens in the traditional fish market in Palma. Pick up the freshest fish you’ll ever get.

Mercat Olivar

This beautiful indoor market in the center of Palma de Mallorca is a great place to get all your weekly groceries.

Santa Catalina

A very convenient market for those in Santa Catalina. The market sells a wide range of fruit and veg as well as an array of fish and meat.

Pere Garau

Large market in the outskirts of Palma city.

Sunday

Alcudia

Alcudia’s market is one of the most important on the island due to its friendly and relaxed atmosphere and the wide variety of products that are available. The market spreads out through the old town inside the ancient walls of the city.mercadosollermallorca

Valldemossa

Up in the very picturesque village of Valldemossa is a weekly market focused mostly on clothing and souvenirs.

Santa Maria del Cami

One of the better known Sunday markets in Mallorca is Santa Maria – a great market for browsing, shopping and meeting and greeting.

Muro

An interesting market held in Muro every Sunday in the North of Mallorca.

Felanitx

A quaint and picturesque market held in Felanitx every Sunday in the East of Mallorca.

Inca

Inca has held a market since medieval times, and every Thursday, Friday and Sunday this tradition continues where you can find some of the best leather and clothes in Mallorca.

Consell

More of a flea market than a traditional market, on Thursdays and Sundays in Consell in the centre of Mallorca.

Pollensa

Similar to the market in Port Pollensa on a Wedneday this market takes place every Sunday.

Llucmajor

A market that is one of the main attractions of Llucmajor. This market has a lot to offer, not only in terms of shopping possibilities but also it is also a place to socialise and soak up the atmosphere.

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