Every day in Majorca there is the opportunity to visit weekly markets, flea and artisan markets. The weekly markets take place daily in other municipalities of the island, where you have the opportunity to get to know Mallorcan traditions and taste the Mediterranean cuisine of the Mediterranean. In addition to the rich variety of fresh regional organic food, Mallorcans, who are old-fashioned, meet for tapas in the siesta, which gives the market its special atmosphere and characterizes the Mallorcan way of life.
At weekends, all sorts of handmade products from the island are exhibited at the various art markets. The ideal time to visit is in the morning, as you can escape from the numerous tourist crowds and enjoy the full range of individual stalls.
Also worth seeing are the three large market halls of Palma in Pere Garau, Plaça de l'Olivar and in Santa Catalina. Dozens of tapas stalls offer local and international food of the highest quality, turning the market into a culinary oasis of oysters where you can relax with a quick snack and a glass of wine. Right next door is a fish market with freshly caught fish of all kinds directly from the Mediterranean and leaves nothing to be desired.
Three times a month the new weekly market called PAM takes place, which stands for Porreres, Algaida and Montuïri. Every week a weekly market with ecological products, handicrafts and entertainment programs is offered alternately in the places.
In Capdepera, every year in May, the great medieval market takes place.
Here is a list of all weekly markets, flea and artisan markets:
(Hours are usually from about 8 to 14 o'clock)
Caimari, Cala Millor, Calvià, Lloret de Vistalegre, Manacor, Mancor de la Vall, Montuïri.
Alcúdia, Alqueria Blanca, Artà, Campanet, Llubí, Peguera, Pina, Porreres, Porto Colom, Santa Margalida, Plaça Bisbe Berenguer de Palou (organic market).
Andratx, Arenal, Sa Cabana (Marratxí also organic products), Capdepera, Cas Concos, Deià, Llucmajor, Petra, Port de Pollença, Sa Ràpita, Santanyí, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu, Vilafranca, Coll d'en Rabassa (new place: Calle Cardenal Rosell).
Arenal, Ariany, Campos (also handicrafts), Consell, Inca, Pòrtol, Port de Sóller, Sant Joan, Sant Llorenç (new since October "Gastromarket" with gastronomic offer and cultural program), Ses Salines. University campus (ecological products, 10:30 to 14:30).
Algaida, Binissalem, Can Picafort, Llucmajor (also organic products), Maria de la Salut, Son Ferrer, Son Servera, Son Carrio, Can Picafort.
Alaró, Biniali, Búger, Bunyola, Cala Ratjada, Campanet, Campos, Colònia de Sant Pere, Costitx, Esporles, Lloseta, Palma (ecological products on the Plaça Bisbe Berenguer de Palou, 8 to 14 o'clock), Portocolom, Santa Eugènia, Santa Margalida, Santa Ponça (currently in the parking lot below the fire brigade), Santanyí (also handicrafts + clothing), Sóller, Son Ferriol.
Alcudia, Felanitx, Llucmajor, Muro, Pollensa, Porto Cristo, Sa Pobla, Santa Maria (also organic market at the PAC), Valldemossa. Eco market in the commercial area Marratxí (9 to 14 o'clock).
Handicrafts / flea markets
Alaró (2nd SA a month, Plaça Sebastià Jaume Rector, 10 to 14 o'clock)
Artà (every first Sunday of the month, 10 am to 1.30 pm)
Cala d'Or (6 pm to 11 pm), Cala Rajada (2nd sun a month, at the Center Cap Vermell)
Consell (Sun 9am to 2pm)
Llucmajor (FR 9 to 13 o'clock)
Palma (SA, Son Fusteret, 9am to 1pm)
Palma (Santa Catalina district, 1st Sun of the month from 10.30 to 15 o'clock)
Santa Ponça (SA mornings, Polígono Son Bugadelles)
Business Park Marratxí (Sun 9am to 2pm)
Bargain market, Avenidas in Palma (8 am to 2 pm)
Porreres (Plaça de la Vila), every first Saturday of the month.
Algaida (Placeta de l'Esglesia), every second Saturday.
Montuïri (Plaça Major), every third Saturday.
Hours: 9am to 1pm