are very popular with the tourists and locals. The tourists like to buy the local artisans products and the locals shop for the fresh fruit, vegatables and the homemade meats and cheeses.
Some towns in Mallorca have bigger markets than others. One of the largest markets is at Inca, on Thursdays. The most traditional is the Wednesday agricultural and livestock market at Sineu. We have visited this market several times and always enjoy looking at all of the livestock and watching how they make the traditional sausage, pies and pasties.
The market at Consell on a Sunday is also popular as it literally sells everything - think flea market combined with fresh fruit and vegetables!
The smaller towns have markets that focus on local produce, such as fruit and veg, and more often than not these days, you'll find stalls where local artists show their hand made products that seem to have a world-wide appeal. Markets open at 9am and run until 1 pm.
During the summer, many of the holiday resorts have night markets, selling arts and crafts, jewellery and clothing. I have listed many of these below.
You can always get further information from the local tourist information centers when the Mallorca Market days are.
SEASONAL MALLORCA MARKET DAYS
From June to September: Market, Wednesday through Saturday, promenade (18-23 h)
June 23: Artisan market San Juan Camp de Mar
First weekend of August: Palomera market in Sant Elmo (18 - 24)
30 and 31 October: Flower Market All Saints (18-24 h)
December: Christmas Craft Market
From April to October: Tuesday, handicraft market gardens of Na Batlessa (8-13h)
December: Christmas Market (Saturdays and Sundays)
May or October: Daily, Craft Markets in Paguera, Santa Ponsa, Magaluf and Palmanova (19-24 h)
July and August: Wednesday and Saturday market in
From April to October: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Nights, Flea Market in Cala Ratjada (18-24 h)
May to October: Sundays: Market in Canyamel (10-15 h)
All year, The first Sunday of each month: Flea Market
From June to September: Summer Market, Tuesday afternoon at the Plaҫa de s'Estanol Wednesday at the Plaҫa Cala Pi
From December 15 to January 5: Daily Christmas Market, Center (17-20 h)
July and August: Thursdays, Tamarell Street in S'Illot
All year except July and August: Saturday Market in S'Illot (9-13 h)
Weekend before Christmas: Christmas Market in S'Illot (8-12 h)
From June to October: Daily, Traditional Night, Market in Playa de Muro (19-23 h)
Sunday October and May: Fair (9-13 h)
Saturday before Christmas: Christmas Market
From January to September: Craft Market in the Plaza Mayor (10 - 14 h)
From May 1 to October 31: daily, Market at Playa de Palma (20-24 h)
From May to September: Saturdays, Artisan Market at Molinar (10-14h)
From May to October: Wednesday, Market at Avenida Palma de Sa Coma (17-22 h)
From May to October: Daily Market, Through the Josep Trias Street in Can Picafort
From October to April: Saturday morning, Market at
Plaza Mayor in Can Picafort
From April to October: Market Cala Egos on Thursday, Friday in Porto Petro, and Sunday Cala D'Or (18 - 23:30 pm)
Weekend of December: Christmas Market (10-22h)
Summer Season: Wednesday Market in Colonia de Sant Jordi (16 - 23 h)
WEEKLY MALLORCA MARKET DAYS
Biniamar, Caimari, The Town of Calvia, Manacor, Montuiri
Alcudia, S'Alqueria Blanca, s’Arenal, Arta, Campanet, Llubí, Moscari (fortnightly market), Pla de na Tesa, Pina, Porreres, Portocolom and Santa Margarita, as well as Markets in Palma: Can Pastilla, Santa Catalina and Pere Garau
Andratx, s’Arenal, Bunyola, sa Cabana,
Capdepera, Cas Concos,
Llucmajor, Petra, Port Pollenca, Santanyi,
Selva, Sencelles, Sineu, Son Carrio and
Vilafranca, as well as Markets in Palma:
s’Arenal, es Coll d'en Rabassa
Ariany, s’Arenal, Calonge, Campos, Can Picafort (organic market), Consell, Inca, Llombards, Portol, ses Salinas, San Juan, Sant Llorenҫ and Sa Torre in Llucmajor, as well as Markets in Palma: Can Pastilla, Pere Garau and Santa Cataline
Algaida, s’Arenal, Binissalem, Can Picafort, Inca, Llucmajor, Maria, Pont d’ Inca, Port d'Alcudia, Son Carrio, Son Ferrer, Son Servera, as well as Markets in Palma: Rafal and Sa Vileta.
Alaro, Arenal, s'Arracó, Arta, Pedrafort (Badia Grande), Buger, Bunyola, Campos, Cala Ratjada, Cala Millor, Campanet, Costitx, Llombards, Esporles, S'Horta, Lloseta, Son Bugadelles (2nd hand), Manacor, las Palmeras, Puerto Colom, Santa Eugenia, Santa Margarita, Santanyi and Soller, as well as Markets in Palma: Avenue (marketplace), Plaҫa des Patins (organic market), Pere Garau, Santa Catalina and Son Ferriol.
Alcudia, Consell (flea market), Marratxi (2nd hand), Felanitx, Inca, Llucmajor, Valldemossa