A Mallorca market, or mercado, is a part of everyday life for locals and can be an exciting shopping experience for tourists. They are usually held in the morning, from 9 to 1. The most popular markets with tourists are Alcúdia Market, Inca Market, and Puerto Pollensa, Santa María Market, Sineu Market, but the smaller ones are just as fun.
Check the list below and find the ones close to you.
Caimari Market, Calvia Market, Lloret Market, Manacor Market, Montuiri Market.
Alcúdia Market, Arta Market, Campanet Market, Can Picafort Market, Llubi Market, Porreres Market, Santa Margalida Market.
Andratx Market, Capdepera Market, Colonia Sant Jordi Market, Lluchmayor Market, Petra Market, Portol Market, Puerto Pollensa Market, Santanyi Market, Selva Market, Sencelles Market, Sineu Market, Vilafranca Market.
Ariany Market, El Arenal Market, Campos Market, Consell Market, Inca Market, San Juan Market, San Llorenc Market, Ses Salines Market.
Alaro Market, Algaida Market, Binissalem Market, Can Picafort Market, Maria de la Salut Market, Pont D´Inca Market, Sa Cabaneta Market, Santa Eugenia Market, Son Servera Market.
Buger Market, Bunyola Market, Cala Ratjada Market, Campos Market, Costitx Market, Lloseta Market, Mancor del Vall Market, Santa Margalida Market, Santanyi Market, Sóller Market.
Alcúdia Market, Felanitx Market, Lluchmayor Market, Muro Market , Sa Pobla Market, Pollensa Market, Porto Cristo, Santa Maria Market, Valldemossa Market.
In the city of Palma, numerous markets take place on different days of the week. Fresh fish, vegetables, fruits, wine, olives, and baked goods are served daily in the market hall at. Whether you are a craft lover or shopping for fresh produce or second-hand items, Palma de Mallorca offers a variety of markets on various days of the week.
A short overview is below:
Plaza Olivar. Avinguda Gabriel Alomar i Villalonga plays host to a weekly flea market, offering antiques and art as well as colonial rarities, paintings, books, and kitchen utensils.
Craft Market (Mercat Artesanal) – Placa Major Monday – Saturday 10-2 pm in summer Friday & Saturday only in winter
Pere Garau (Livestock) – Placa Pere Garau Monday-Saturday 7-2 pm
Rambla (Flower Stalls) – Passeig de la Rambla Monday – Friday 8 – 2 pm and then 5 – 8 pm Saturday 8 – 2 pm
Flea Market (rastro in Spanish) – Avinguda Gabriel Alomar i Villalonga Saturday 8 – 2 pm
Fresh Produce markets: Llotja del Peix (Fish Market) – Es Moll de Pescadors – Monday – Saturday starting 6 am Santa Catalina (Fresh fruit and vegetable market) – Placa Navegacio – Monday – Saturday 7 – 2 pm Mercat Olivar (Fresh Produce) – Plaza Olivar (Near Placa d’Espanya) – Monday – Saturday 7- 2 pm
Check also our article Foodloose in Mallorca.
Enjoy a fantastic breakfast and a guided tour of the market in the old town of the city of Palma! In this gastronomic adventure, ranging from the Plaza Mayor to the market of Olivar, we will taste pastry delicacies to appetizers and trying different typical tapas.
The tour will consist of a classic Mallorcan breakfast in the oldest bar in the city and a guided journey of the market which will include tapas and a glass of local wine.
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