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Weekly street markets in Mallorca

street markets in Mallorca

If you’re going to spend a few days on vacation in Mallorca and you’re passionate about markets and flea markets, you should know that there is a great variety of weekly markets in Mallorca to visit spread throughout the island, and they’re an excellent option to immerse yourself in the local culture, meet people, try products, and discover the traditions of towns and cities…

Practically every day there’s a market in Mallorca, and they are very diverse. In many of them, you can buy fruit, vegetables, cheeses, or cold cuts, but also clothing, footwear, decoration items, gifts, souvenirs, flowers, etc.

Generally, the markets in Mallorca are outdoors and take place in the morning, although some also happen in the afternoon and even at night.

With plenty to choose from, here we show you the best weekly markets in Mallorca by days, so you can visit them all and enjoy the essence of the island at its best.

Sunday Markets in Mallorca

Pollensa Market

The Pollensa market is one of the most famous and important in Mallorca, visited by thousands of people from all parts of the island.
It takes place every Sunday from 8 am to 1:30 pm outdoors, and has up to 300 varied stalls spread across the oldest streets of Pollensa, one of the most historical places on the island, located at the northern end of Mallorca.

The central part of the market is in Plaza Mayor, and from here, it extends to the surrounding streets, where you can find all kinds of stalls, mostly featuring artisanal products.

Ideal for taking a beautiful memory, in our opinion, it’s the most charming flea market in Mallorca, so we recommend visiting it without rush and enjoying the charming atmosphere it offers.

Undoubtedly, the number one Sunday market in Mallorca, worth visiting. You won’t regret it.

Santa María Market

Another important and prestigious Sunday market in Mallorca is the Santa María market, known for being an agricultural market, although it also offers textile and craft products, definitely worth a visit.
It is located in Santa María, a small and quiet Mallorcan village, which has a special charm and enough attractions to be an excellent option for spending Sunday.

It takes place every Sunday from 8 am to 1 pm, and in it, you have many stalls with fruits, vegetables, flowers, and much more, as well as countless restaurants, bars, and cafes where you can stop to rest and have something.

Saturday Markets in Mallorca

S’Arracó Market

The S’Arracó market takes place every Saturday, except holidays, from 8 am to 2 pm, and stands out as one of the most visited on the entire island.
It’s a generalist flea market where you can find absolutely everything: clothing, footwear, accessories, household items, flowers and plants, drugstore products, hardware, groceries, fruits, and vegetables, etc.

It takes place in the small and picturesque Mallorcan town of S’Arracó, in the municipality of Andratx, specifically in the Church Square. If you want to see it all, we recommend going with time and without rush.

Thursday Markets in Mallorca

Inca Market

Among the Thursday markets in Mallorca, the Inca market stands out above the rest. Alongside Pollensa and Santa María, it is one of the largest and most important in the entire island.
It’s especially famous for its leather goods stalls, where you can find a myriad of shoes, bags, belts, wallets, leather jackets, etc.

Very diverse, it also has food stalls, flowers, souvenirs, etc., catering to all tastes. This makes it one of the most interesting ones.

The Inca market takes place every Thursday from 8 am to 1 pm, and occupies the entire center of Inca: from the train station to Sirena Street, part of General Luque and Gran Via Colón avenues, and the Santa María la Mayor square.

Now you know, if you love markets and flea markets and want to make the most of your stay in Mallorca by visiting some of the most prominent ones, these are the best weekly markets in Mallorca, offering a different option from Thursday to Sunday. Are you going to miss them?

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