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Local markets and flea markets in Mallorca

Mallorca has an extensive range of local markets and flea markets to suit all kinds of interests. Almost every village has at least one weekly open-air market where the local people stock up on fresh food, typical handicrafts and daily goods.

In addition, there are also permanent markets in Palma, Inca and Santanyí. Some of them, however, follow the trend of other cities to change their function as food markets and become epicentres and reference points for Mallorcan gastronomy.

Local markets and flea markets in Mallorca

Whether or not you intend to buy, we recommend that you visit some of the island’s markets and flea markets, as it is one of the best ways to get to know and understand the essence of Mallorca.

Palma’s permanent markets

El Olivar Market

All the year

Monday to Saturday

From 7am to 2.30pm and Saturdays until 3pm

Plaça de l’Olivar, s/n, 07002 Palma

Mercado de Llevant

All the year

Monday to Saturday

From 7am to 3pm and Fridays until 8pm

Carrer de Manuel Azaña, 46, 07006 Palma

Pere Garau Market

All the year

Monday to Saturday

From 6am to 2:30pm

Plaça Pere Garau, s/n, 07007 Palma

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Santa Catalina Market

All the year

Monday to Saturday

From 7am to 4pm

Plaça de la Navegació, s/n, 07013 Palma

Palma’s gastronomic markets

As a consequence of the cosmopolitanism that characterises the city of Palma, several gastronomic markets have sprung up in the last few years, as has happened in other Spanish cities.

Specifically, the traditional Mercado de l’Olivar and Mercado de Santa Catalina have been transformed into authentic gastronomic meccas, to which the Gastronomic Market 1930 has been added.

Mercado gastronómico 1930 or Gastronomic Market 1930

All the year

Wednesdays to Sundays

Wed-Thur. 5pm to midnight, Fri. 5pm to 2am, Sat. 1:30pm to 2am, Sun. 12pm to 6pm

Av. de Gabriel Roca, 33, 07014 Palma

Weekly flea markets in Palma

Apart from the permanent markets in the centre of the capital, there are weekly flea markets in some of Palma’s neighbourhoods where you will find the best fresh products.

Ca’n Pastilla Market

All the year

Tuesdays and Thursdays

From 8am to 2pm

Plaça de Pius IX, 07610 Can Pastilla

Coll de’n Rebassa Market

All the year

Wednesdays and Saturdays

From 8am to 2pm

Plaça de l’Església, 07007 Palma

El Arenal Market

All the year


From 8am to 2pm

Plaça dels Nins, 07600 Ses Cadenes

Son Ferriol Market

All the year


From 8am to 2pm

Carrer de Sant Joan de la Creu, 58, 07198 Son Ferriol

La Vileta – Tarent Market

All the year


From 8am to 2pm

Plaça de Tarent, 07011 Palma

El Rafal Nou Market

All the year


From 8am to 2pm

Carrer de Selva, 11, 07008 Palma

Santa Catalina – Soler Market

All the year

Tuesdays and Saturdays

From 8am to 2pm

Carrer Soler, 25, 07013 Palma

Organic Market

All the year

Tuesdays and Saturdays

From 8am to 2pm

Plaça del Bisbe Berenguer de Palou, 07012 Palma

Temporary markets in Palma

These flea markets in Palma are known for the sale of handicrafts, souvenirs and local products. It is interesting to consider them as you will be able to find that special gift that you are looking for to take with you and that will remind you of the great moments spent in Mallorca.

Les Meravelles night market

From May to October

Every day

From 8pm to midnight

Carretera de l’Arenal, 38-41, 07610 Palma

Artisan market in the Plaza Mayor

From February to November

Different days

From 10am to 2pm

Plaça Major, 7, 07002 Palma

Hort del Rei handicraft market

From Easter to October

Different days

From 10am to 5pm

Av. d’Antoni Maura, 18, 07001 Palma

Passeig de Sagrera arts and crafts market

From May to September

Thursdays to Sundays

From 7pm to 00:30am

Passeig de Sagrera, 07012

Other permanent markets in Mallorca

Local market of Inca

All the year

Monday to Saturday

From 8am to 2.30pm, and Wednesdays and Fridays until 8pm.

Carrer de la Pau, 0, 07300 Inca

Local market of Santanyí

All the year

Tuesdays to Sundays

From 7:30am to 1:30pm, and Saturday until 12:30pm.

Carrer Mallorca, 07660 Santanyí

Markets and weekly markets in Mallorca

In Mallorca there are markets and flea markets every day of the week, in several towns of the island. These mainly sell fresh products, but also the most typical sausages and cheeses of the island and Balearic handicrafts, making them a good option for tasting and acquiring good local products.

Do you want to know which one is closest to you? Here you have the list with all the local weekly markets and flea markets in Mallorca in 2024:

  • Monday: Calvià, Lloret de Vistalegre, Manacor and Montuïri.
  • Tuesday: Alcudia, Campanet, El Arenal, Llubí, Peguera, Pina and S’Alqueria Blanca.
  • Wednesday: Andratx, Capdepera, Deià, El Arenal, Llucmajor, Maioris, Puerto Pollença, Sa Pobla, Santanyí, Sencelles, Sineu and Vilafranca de Bonany.
  • Thursday: Ariany, Calonge y Es Llombards, El Arenal, Inca and Sant Llorenç des Cardassar.
  • Friday: Algaida, El Arenal, Inca, Llucmajor, Puerto de Alcudia, Son Carrió and Son Ferrer.
  • Saturday: Alaró, Bahía Grande, Biniali, Búger, Cala Ratjada, Campanet, El Arenal, Manacor, Puigpunyent, S’Arracó, Santa Eugenia, Santanyí, Sencelles, Son Bugadelles y Santa Ponsa.
  • Sunday: Alcudia, Inca, Llucmajor, Sa Pobla, Pollença y Porto Cristo.

Mallorca’s weekly markets are a must in any trip itinerary, especially if you want to pack a gastronomic product with you, such as sobrasada, or the typical Mallorcan beach basket.

If you are interested in finding out which are our favourites, we recommend you visiting the markets in Sineu, Inca or Santa María del Camí, but don’t forget to consult the list with the seasonal markets. An open-air market may be taking place near your accommodation!

Do you want to visit Inca’s market but you don’t know how to get there? Now you can do it through this excursion.

Other fairs and markets in Mallorca

In addition to the regular markets, Mallorca hosts around 200 fairs with a wide variety of products and themes, which are usually associated with local festivals or with certain seasons of the year, such as Christmas.

These are, in our opinion, some of the most attractive fairs to visit:

  • Capdepera Medieval Fair: in May, Capdepera takes the town back to the Middle Ages, with craft stalls and typical gastronomic products. During the fair, you will be able to visit the beautiful Capdepera Castle for free and marvel yourself with the views it offers.
  • Nautical and Cuttlefish Fair of Alcudia: during the month of April a fair is held in the Port of Alcudia where the cuttlefish is the undisputed star, with local businesses preparing a wide variety of recipes that include the mollusc as the main ingredient.
  • Night Fair and Art Night in Son Servera: in June Saint John is celebrated, as he is the patron saint of the municipality of Son Servera. A few weeks before, the festive activity begins with a night fair on Saturday, accompanied by a “Nit de l’art” or Night of Art, where various artists exhibit their work in the streets.
  • “Dolça” or sweet fair in Esporles: in October, one of the most popular themed fairs is held, the “fira dolça”, where you can sample sweets and pastries from confectioners from all over the island.

Do you want to know which fairs and markets are taking place during your holidays? Check here for the latest information on all the fairs, markets and flea markets in Mallorca.

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