Numerous weekly markets are spread all over the island. A visit is worthwhile, as there are also some quite authentic weekly markets where things are still typically Mallorcan. As a rule, the markets on Mallorca start at 9:30 am and end around lunchtime at around 2 pm.
Overview weekly markets
A typical market with about 60 stalls is located in the old town of Calvia. Here, visitors will find not only agricultural products from the region, but also a selection of fashion, shoes and various art objects. In Montuiri you can browse through food, jewellery and plants. Household goods and ceramics are on offer at the market in Manacor. Other markets are located in Caimari and Lloret.
On Tuesday there are weekly markets in the regions: Alcúdia, Artà, Campanet, Llubí, Porreres, Santa Margalida. The market in the old town of Alcudia is particularly beautiful; here, textiles of all kinds are offered alongside typical local food.
On Wednesday mornings there are weekly markets in the regions of Andratx, Capdapera, Colónia de Sant Jordi, Llucmajor, Marratxi, Petra, Port de Pollensa, Santanyi, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu, Vilafranca.
A very popular weekly market that offers food, handicrafts, wines and animals such as pigs, chickens and goats is the Mark in Sineu. Here you can enjoy a colourful hustle and bustle and have a fresh wine on tap.
Airany, Campos, Consell, Inca, Ses Salines, Sant Joan and Sant Llorenc offer a colourful hustle and bustle in their marketplaces on Thursday.
The largest weekly market on the island is in Inca, also called the "leather town". Here, in addition to typical local specialities, there are also a large number of leather and wicker goods. As an industrial town, Inca is not particularly attractive outside the old town, but those looking for a specially crafted piece of leather goods will find several leather factories here with salesrooms open to the public.
Friday is market day in Maria de la Salut, Algaida, Llucmajor, Binissalem, Son Severa and Son Ferrer. The market in Son Severa is a large market offering the usual local specialities as well as toys.
On Saturday, you can stroll through the marketplace in the following regions and certainly sample some of the island's specialities on offer here and there. Buger, Bunyola, Campos, Cala Ratjada, Costitx, Esporles, Lloseta, Santa Margalida, Santanyi, Sóller, Son Ferriol. In Campos and Palma there is a flea market on Saturdays.
On the last day of the week, you can also stroll through the beautiful marketplaces with their numerous fruit, vegetable and handicraft stalls in Alcúdia, Llucmajor, Lluc, Muro, Sa Pobla, Pollensa, Porto Cristo, Santa Maria and Valldemossa.