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Markets in Mallorca

 
 
 
Märkte auf Mallorca

Mallorca has a variety of markets where visitors can find local produce, handicrafts and souvenirs. Here are some of the most popular markets in Mallorca sorted by day of the week:

Monday to Saturday:

  1. Mercat de l'Olivar (Palma de Mallorca): The Mercat de l'Olivar is the largest food market in Palma de Mallorca. Here you will find an impressive range of fresh produce such as fish, seafood, meat, fruit, vegetables, cheese, spices and much more. It's a great place to discover local specialties and buy fresh ingredients for your cooking.
     

  2. Mercat de Santa Catalina (Palma de Mallorca): The Mercat de Santa Catalina is located in the district of the same name in Palma de Mallorca. The market is known for its relaxed atmosphere and wide range of fresh produce. Here you will find fresh fish, seafood, meat, fruit, vegetables, cheese, bread, olives, spices and much more.

Monday:
 

  1. Mercado de Manacor (Manacor): Held every Monday, the Mercado de Manacor is a lively market offering a wide variety of products. Here visitors can buy fresh groceries such as fruits, vegetables, meat and fish. There are also stalls selling clothes, shoes, accessories and other household goods.
     

  2. Mercado de Sa Coma (Sa Coma): The Mercado de Sa Coma is a market held every Monday in Sa Coma. Here visitors will find a variety of products such as clothing, shoes, accessories, handicrafts and fresh groceries. The market has a relaxed atmosphere and is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
     

  3. Mercado de Palmanova (Palmanova): The Mercado de Palmanova is a market that takes place every Monday in Palmanova. Here you will find a variety of products such as clothing, shoes, accessories, souvenirs and fresh groceries. The market offers a relaxed atmosphere and is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
     

  4. Mercadillo de Montuïri (Montuïri): The Mercadillo de Montuïri takes place every Monday in Montuïri. Here visitors can discover local products such as fruit, vegetables, spices and cheese. There are also stalls with clothing, accessories and household goods. The market has an authentic atmosphere and is popular with locals and visitors alike.
     

  5. Mercado de Palma Nova (Palma Nova): The Mercado de Palma Nova is a market that takes place every Monday in Palma Nova. Here visitors will find a variety of products such as clothing, shoes, accessories, souvenirs and fresh groceries. The market offers a relaxed atmosphere and is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.

     

Tuesday:
 

  1. Mercadillo Artesanal (Alcúdia):  The Mercadillo Artesanal in Alcúdia is a craft market that takes place every Tuesday and Sunday. Here visitors can discover handmade products such as ceramics, jewellery, leather goods, textiles and local artworks. It's a great place to find unique souvenirs and gifts.
     

  2. Mercado de Portocolom (Portocolom): The Mercado de Portocolom is a market held every Tuesday in Portocolom. Here you will find a selection of products such as clothing, shoes, accessories, handicrafts and fresh food. The market has a relaxed atmosphere and is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists alike.
     

  3. Mercadillo de Artà (Artà): The Mercadillo de Artà is a market that takes place every Tuesday in the city of Artà. Here visitors can discover local products such as olive oil, cheese, cured meats, honey and jams. There are also a variety of craft stalls offering jewellery, ceramics, textiles and other handcrafted products.
     

  4. Mercado de Lloseta (Lloseta): The Mercado de Lloseta is a market that takes place every Tuesday. Here visitors can buy local products such as fruit, vegetables, olive oil, cheese and wine. The market also offers clothing, accessories and housewares. It's a smaller market that offers an authentic and local experience.
     

  5. Mercado de Porreres (Porreres): The Mercado de Porreres takes place every Tuesday in Porreres. Here visitors can discover local products, handicrafts, clothing and household goods. The market is known for its relaxed atmosphere and authentic offerings.
     

Wednesday: 
 

  1. Mercado de Sineu (Sineu): The Mercado de Sineu is one of the oldest and most famous markets in Mallorca. It takes place every Wednesday and offers a wide range of products. Here you can buy local groceries, clothes, shoes, plants, flowers and even animals like chickens and rabbits. The market attracts both locals and tourists and has a traditional atmosphere.
     

  2. Mercado de Santanyí (Santanyí): The Mercado de Santanyí is a market that takes place every Wednesday and Saturday in Santanyí. Characterized by a relaxed atmosphere, this market offers a variety of products such as fresh food, handicrafts, clothing, jewelry and souvenirs. It's a popular place to discover local specialties such as cheese and olive oil.
     

  3. Mercado de Port de Pollença (Port de Pollença): The Mercado de Port de Pollença is held every Wednesday and offers a wide range of products. Visitors can discover clothes, shoes, jewellery, handicrafts and local specialties. The market is located near the port of Port de Pollença and has a picturesque setting.
     

  4. Mercado de Sant Joan (Sant Joan): The Mercado de Sant Joan is a market that takes place every Wednesday in Sant Joan. Here visitors can discover local products, handmade works of art and traditional Mallorcan specialities. The market also offers clothing, shoes, accessories and housewares.
     

  5. Mercado de Capdepera (Capdepera): The Mercado de Capdepera is a market held every Wednesday in the city of Capdepera. Here visitors can buy local products, handicrafts, clothing and household goods. The market is also known for its fresh food selection and traditional atmosphere.
     

  6. Mercado de Port de Pollença (Cala Ratjada): The Mercado de Port de Pollença takes place every Wednesday in Cala Ratjada. Here visitors can discover local products, handicrafts, clothing and household goods. The market also offers fresh food and is popular with locals and tourists alike.
     

Thursday:
 

  1. Mercado de Inca (Inca): Inca is a town in Mallorca known for its leather industry and the Mercado de Inca reflects this tradition. The market takes place every Thursday and offers a wide range of leather goods such as shoes, bags, belts and jackets. In addition to leather goods, you can also find fresh groceries, clothing, jewelry and homeware here.
     

  2. Mercadillo de Inca (Inca) - Flea Market: In addition to the regular market, Inca also has a large flea market that is held every Thursday and Saturday. Here you will find a wide range of items including antiques, vintage clothing, furniture, books and much more. The flea market is a popular meeting point for bargain hunters and collectors.
     

  3. Mercadillo de Sant Llorenç des Cardassar (Sant Llorenç des Cardassar): The Mercadillo de Sant Llorenç des Cardassar is a market that takes place every Thursday in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar. Here visitors can buy local products, handicrafts, clothing and household goods. The market is known for its relaxed atmosphere and authentic offerings.
     

  4. Mercadillo de Calonge (Calonge): The Mercadillo de Calonge is a market that takes place every Thursday in Calonge. Here visitors will find local produce, handmade crafts, clothing and homeware. The market also offers fresh fruit and vegetables as well as local specialties.
     

  5. Mercadillo de Ses Salines (Ses Salines): The Mercadillo de Ses Salines is a market that takes place every Thursday in Ses Salines. Here visitors will find local produce, handmade crafts, clothing and homeware. The market has a relaxed atmosphere and is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists alike.


 

Friday:

  1.  Mercado de Algaida (Algaida): The Mercado de Algaida is a market that takes place every Friday in Algaida. Here visitors will find local produce, handicrafts, clothing and homeware. The market also offers a variety of fresh food and is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists alike.
     

  2. Mercadillo de Andratx (Andratx): The Mercadillo de Andratx is a market held every Friday in the city of Andratx. Here visitors can discover local products, handicrafts, clothing, shoes and housewares. The market also offers a variety of fresh food and is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
     

  3. Mercadillo de Son Servera (Son Servera): The Mercadillo de Son Servera is a market that takes place every Friday in Son Servera. Here visitors can buy local products, handmade crafts, clothing and souvenirs. The market also offers a variety of fresh food and is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
     

  4. Mercado de Llucmajor (Llucmajor): The Mercado de Llucmajor is a market that takes place every Friday in Llucmajor. Here visitors will find a wide range of products such as fresh groceries, clothing, shoes, housewares and souvenirs. The market also offers a variety of local specialties worth trying.
     

  5. Mercado de Binissalem (Binissalem): The Mercado de Binissalem is held every Friday in the city of Binissalem. Here visitors can discover local products such as wine, olive oil, cheese and cured meats. The market also offers fresh fruit and vegetables, handicrafts, clothing and souvenirs.
     

  6. Mercado de Son Carrió (Son Carrió): The Mercado de Son Carrió takes place every Friday in Son Carrió. Here visitors can discover local products, handicrafts, clothing and household goods. The market also offers a variety of fresh foods and is popular with locals and tourists alike.

 

Saturday:

  1. Mercado de Campos (Campos): The Mercado de Campos takes place every Saturday in Campos. Here visitors will find a variety of products such as fresh fruit and vegetables, local specialties, clothing, accessories and housewares. The market has a welcoming atmosphere and is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists alike.
     

  2. Mercat de Sóller (Sóller): The Mercat de Sóller is a market that takes place every Saturday in the town of Sóller. Here you will find a wide range of produce including fresh food, local specialities, cheese, olive oil, spices, flowers and handmade artwork. The market is known for its quality products and charming atmosphere.
     

  3. Mercado de Santanyí (Santanyí): The Mercado de Santanyí is a market that takes place every Wednesday and Saturday in Santanyí. Characterized by a relaxed atmosphere, this market offers a variety of products such as fresh food, handicrafts, clothing, jewelry and souvenirs. It's a popular place to discover local specialties such as cheese and olive oil.
     

  4. Mercadillo de Inca (Inca) - Flea Market: In addition to the regular market, Inca also has a large flea market that is held every Thursday and Saturday. Here you will find a wide range of items including antiques, vintage clothing, furniture, books and much more. The flea market is a popular meeting point for bargain hunters and collectors.
     

  5. Mercado de Alaró (Alaró): The Mercado de Alaró is a market that takes place every Saturday in Alaró. Here visitors can buy local products, handicrafts and clothes. The market is known for its relaxed atmosphere and charming surroundings.
     

  6. Mercadillo de Bunyola (Bunyola): The Mercadillo de Bunyola is a market that takes place every Saturday in Bunyola. Here visitors will find local produce, handicrafts, clothing and homeware. The market is known for its cozy atmosphere and is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
     

  7. Mercado de Cala Ratjada (Cala Ratjada): The Mercado de Cala Ratjada is a market that takes place every Saturday in Cala Ratjada. Here visitors can buy local products, handicrafts, clothing and household goods. The market has a lively atmosphere and is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists alike.
     

  8. Mercadillo de Esporles (Esporles): The Mercadillo de Esporles is a market that takes place every Saturday in Esporles. Here visitors will find local produce, handicrafts, clothing and homeware. The market also offers a variety of fresh food and is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
     

  9. Mercado de Sóller (Port de Sóller):  The Mercado de Sóller takes place every Saturday in Port de Sóller. Here visitors can discover local products, handicrafts and souvenirs. The market also offers fresh food and is popular with locals and tourists alike.

     

Sunday:
 

  1. Mercadillo Artesanal (Alcúdia): The Mercadillo Artesanal in Alcúdia is a craft market that takes place every Tuesday and Sunday. Here visitors can discover handmade products such as ceramics, jewellery, leather goods, textiles and local artworks. It's a great place to find unique souvenirs and gifts.
     

  2. Mercadillo de Consell (Consell): The Mercadillo de Consell is a traditional market held every Sunday in the town of Consell. Here you will find a variety of products such as fresh groceries, clothing, shoes, accessories, plants, handicrafts and antiques. The market is known for its relaxed atmosphere and inviting stalls.
     

  3. Mercadillo de Pollença (Pollença): The Mercadillo de Pollença is a market that takes place every Sunday in the town of Pollença. Here you will find a variety of products including fresh fruits and vegetables, spices, handicrafts, clothing, shoes, jewelry and souvenirs. The market is popular with locals and visitors alike.
     

  4. Mercado de Porto Cristo (Porto Cristo): The Mercado de Porto Cristo takes place every Sunday in the seaside town of Porto Cristo. Here visitors will find a selection of products such as clothing, jewellery, souvenirs and local specialties. The market is a popular place to discover local handicrafts and sample regional delicacies.
     

  5. Mercado de Santa Maria (Santa Maria del Camí): The Mercado de Santa Maria is a weekly market that takes place every Sunday in Santa Maria del Camí. Here visitors will find a wide range of products such as fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, fish, cheese, bread, spices and flowers. The market is known for its high quality local produce and friendly atmosphere.
     

  6. Mercado de Sa Pobla (Sa Pobla): The Mercado de Sa Pobla is held every Sunday and offers a wide range of products. Here visitors can find fresh groceries, handicrafts, clothing, shoes, housewares and souvenirs. The market is popular with locals and tourists alike.
     

  7. Mercadillo de Felanitx (Felanitx): The Mercadillo de Felanitx is a market that takes place every Sunday in the town of Felanitx. Here visitors can discover local products, handicrafts, clothing and antiques. The market has a lively atmosphere and is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
     

  8. Mercado de Valldemossa (Valldemossa): The Mercado de Valldemossa takes place every Sunday in the picturesque town of Valldemossa. Here visitors can discover local products, handicrafts and souvenirs. The market is known for its charming atmosphere and the high quality handcrafted products on offer.
     

  9. Mercadillo de Santa Eugènia (Santa Eugènia): The Mercadillo de Santa Eugènia is a market that takes place every Sunday in Santa Eugènia. Here visitors can buy local products, handicrafts, clothing and household goods. The market also offers fresh fruit and vegetables as well as local specialties.
     

  10. Mercadillo de Muro (Muro): The Mercadillo de Muro is a market that takes place every Sunday in Muro. Here visitors can buy local products, handicrafts, clothing and household goods. The market has an authentic atmosphere and is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
     

  11. Mercado de Pollença (Cala Sant Vicenç): The Mercado de Pollença takes place every Sunday in Cala Sant Vicenç. Here visitors can buy local products, handicrafts, clothes and souvenirs. The market also offers a variety of fresh foods and is popular with locals and tourists alike.


Please note that dates and locations of markets are subject to change. It is recommended that you obtain up to date information prior to your visit to ensure the markets are taking place.

 
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