About Market Days in Mallorca
Almost every town in Mallorca has a weekly market, each held on a different day of the week. This means there’s more than enough opportunity to visit a market on the island during your stay on the island.
Markets thrive in Mallorca and are a great way to experience some true local culture. The larger markets all follow a similar pattern with fresh produce around the main square and, fanning out from there, specialist local produce. Be sure to check out the Spanish cheese, cured meats, olive oil and salt offerings. Handmade jewellery, arts and crafts, inexpensive clothing and household goods can also usually be found. And worry not about the language barriers, the locals love it if they see that you are making an effort to blend in, no matter the quality of your Spanglish.
When shopping at the markets in Mallorca, make sure that you keep valuables safe as they can get crowded and hands can be wondering... we wouldn’t want this to spoil a lovely day out. We recommend you get to your chosen market before lunchtime to avoid disappointment, most traditional markets start early at around 08:00 and wind up by lunchtime. It is usually easy to find parking around the markets, either on side streets or designated car parks
During the summer, many of the coastal resorts have night markets tailored towards tourists seeking Mallorca-inspired arts and crafts, jewellery, clothing and other trinkets. Check our Events Calendar to find out when and where they are on.
Alcúdia Market - Tuesdays & Sundays
The walled town of Alcúdia in the north (just a couple of kilometres from the beach resorts of Port d'Alcúdia) has an impressive market held on Tuesdays and Sundays. It makes for a great day out with the opportunity to explore some of the town’s history comprising of ancient walls, cobbled streets and traditional squares whilst in the area.
Andratx Market - Wednesdays
Another picturesque town to visit and make a day of is Andratx in the south-west of Mallorca. Its market is held on Wednesdays and, like most markets, products on offer range from flowers, fruit and veg, cheese, meat and fish to leather goods, footwear and clothing. There’s also the opportunity to pick up some holiday souvenirs.
Consell Market - Sundays
The small town of Consell hosts the island’s largest flea market every Sunday. The goods here range from second-hand clothes, toys and furniture to jewellery, antiques and a vast selection of bric-a-brac.
Inca Market - Thursdays
The biggest market on the island is held on Thursdays in the town of Inca, halfway between Palma and Alcúdia. At Inca Market, they sell everything from fruit and vegetables to olives, olive oil, leather goods, jewellery, clothes, gifts and souvenirs. As it is a less touristy spot, this is one to visit for a more authentic Spanish experience.
Palma Markets - Daily
Palma has a range of markets from flea markets to organic food markets. The Olivar Market is the biggest and best indoor shopping experience in the city, famous for its top-notch food with a great range of fruit, veg, meat and a well-stocked fish market. The well-known Plaça Major hosts a craft market tailored towards tourists looking for souvenirs throughout the year. During the summer months, there's a handsome summer craft market down in Sa Llotja, along the seafront. For a gourmet experience, visit the San Juan Gastronomic Market. It opened in 2015 to great acclaim and offers the foodie much more than just fruit and veg stalls, instead expect restaurants and a street-food vibe.
Pollença Market - Sundays
In the north, just a few kilometres away from the family favourite holiday town of Port de Pollença, lies the historic town of Pollença. This village hosts an arts & crafts, local produce and nic-nacks market on Sunday mornings. Pollença is well worth a trip in its own right, boasting pretty traditional Mallorcan buildings, so do factor in some time here to have a look around. The market square is a great place to sit with a cup of coffee and soak up the atmosphere whilst listening to the live music acts in the square.
Santa Maria del Camí Market - Sundays
Santa Maria del Camí, just off the motorway to the north of Palma, hosts ma large market every Sunday. It's very popular as it literally sells everything, think flea market combined with fresh fruit and vegetables. You'll also find plenty of local produce from the area, as well as a small organic section.
Santanyí Market - Wednesdays & Saturdays
Down in the south-east of Mallorca is the town of Santanyí, whose weekly market is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The centre of this lovely sandstone village fills up with stalls selling local arts & crafts as well as fruit and vegetables.
Sineu Market - Wednesdays
Sineu Market is a wonderfully authentic market held every Wednesday morning in the pretty rural town of Sineu in central Mallorca. Along with the usual fruit, vegetable and local produce stalls, there is a livestock market where farm animals are bought and sold.
Sóller Market - Saturdays
Over in the west of the island is the popular town of Sóller, and their market is held on Saturday mornings attracting people from all over the island. It's best to make a day trip for this one, as there is plenty to do and see in Sóller and Port de Sóller which are linked by a handy traditional tram. Everything from leather goods, the famous Mallorcan straw bags, fruit and veg and local produce can be found here. Be sure to pick up some of Sóller’s famous local orange preserve here too.
Where & when
- Llotja del Peix (Fish Market) - Get here early as the night's catch goes on sale and mullet, prawns, sardines and sea bass are hawked by women with operatic voices. At Es Moll de Pescadors, Mon-Sat from 06:00.
- Mercat Artesanal, Plaça Major- Lively craft market on the Plaça Major with buskers and open-air cafes. At Plaça Major 31, every day from 10:00-14:00 in July, August, September and over Easter; Friday and Saturday only in January and February; extended hours (10:00-20:00) at Christmas (16th Dec - 6th Jan) and 10:00-14:00 on Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday for the dates not specified above.
- Mercat Olivar - Palma's main market, in a hall near Plaça d'Espanya. Fresh produce on the ground floor, meat and cheese upstairs, plus cheap tapas stall and a public library. At Plaça Olivar, Mon-Sat 07:00-14:00.
- Pere Garau - Local farmers bring their produce, including live animals, to this lively market in the east of the city. At Plaça Pere Garau, Mon-Sat 07:00-14:00.
- Rambla - It may not match its Barcelona namesake but Palma's Rambla is similarly lined with flower stalls. At Passeig de la Rambla, Mon-Fri 08:00-14:00 and 17:00-20:00, Sat 08:00-14:00.
- Rastro (Flea Market) - A Palma institution which takes over part of the main ring road each Saturday morning. Plenty of bargains but lots of junk too. At Avinguda Gabriel Alomar i Villalonga, Sat 08:00-14:00.
- Santa Catalina Market - Fresh fruit and vegetable market just west of the city centre. At Plaça Navegació, Mon-Sat 07:00-14:00.
- Mercat Ecologic - Organic fruit, veg, cheese and meats every Saturday morning. At Plaça Bisbe Berenguer de Palou (just off Las Ramblas).
- San Juan Gastronomic Market - newest market in town, just north of Plaça Espanya. It's open every day and has bars and terraces as well as the usual food stalls. At Carrer de l'Emperadriu Eugenia 6.
- Mondays: Caimari, Cala Millor, Calvià, Lloret de Vistalegre, Manacor, Mancor de la Vall, Montuiri
- Tuesdays: Alcúdia, Artá, Campanet, Llubí, Porreres, Portocolom, Santa Margalida
- Wednesdays: Andratx, Bunyola, Capdepera, Deià, Llucmajor, Petra, Port de Pollença, Sa Rapita, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu, Vilafranca de Bonany
- Thursdays: S'Arenal, Ariany, Banyalbufar, Campos, Can Picafort, Consell, Inca, Portol, Port de Sóller, Sant Joan, San Llorenç des Cardassar, Ses Salines, Sa Torre
- Fridays: Algaida, Binissalem, Ca'n Picafort, Llucmajor, Santa Maria de la Salut, Pont d'Inca, Port d'Alcúdia, Son Servera
- Saturdays: Alaró, Artá, Buger, Bunyola, Cala Ratjada, Campanet, Campos, Can Picafort, Esporles, Costitx, Lloseta, Manacor, Moscari, Portocolom, Santa Eugenia, Santa Margalida, Santa Ponça, Santanyí, Sóller
- Sundays: Alcúdia, Consell, Felanitx, Llucmajor, Muro, Sa Pobla, Pollença, Porto Cristo, Santa Maria del Camí, Valldemossa
In addition to the weekly markets, some towns run seasonal markets during the summer months (usuallly from the 1st May to the 30th September).
- Port d'Alcúdia: Wednesday to Sunday evenings, 18:00 to 22:00 at Passeig Maritim
- Artá: Tuesday craft market 08:00 to 13:00 at Jardins de na Batlessa
- Peguera: daily craft market 19:00 to midnight at Plaça de Tora and Plaça de Nica de Peguera
- Santa Ponça: daily craft market 19:00 to midnight at Plaça de la Pinada and Carrer Gran Via Puig de Galatzó
- Palmanova & Magaluf: daily craft market 19:00 to midnight at Passeig del Mar
- Ses Covetes: 1 July to 15 September weekend craft market 09:00 to 21:00 at Carrer d'en Freu
- Capdepera: Night market every Sunday in the main square 18:00 to midnight
- Cala Ferrera: Night market every Friday 17:00 to midnight
- Portocolom: Night market every Saturday 17:00 to midnight
- Playa de Muro: Tourist market daily from 20 May to 15 October, 19:00 to 23:00
- Port de Pollença: Night market every Tuesday & Thursday at Plaça de Miquel Capllonch
- Sa Coma: Night market every Wednesday 19:00 to midnight at Plaça del Mercat
- S'Illot: Night market (from June) 18:30 to 22:30 at Carrer Gregal
- Cala Millor: Market every Monday at Carrer de na Penyal
- Playa de Palma: Night market daily 20:00 to midnight