Almost every town in Mallorca has a weekly market; most start early at around 8.00 am and wind up by lunchtime. Some towns in Majorca have bigger markets than others.
The biggest market is on Thursdays at Inca, which is half way between Palma and Alcudia. The most traditional is the Wednesday agricultural and livestock market at Sineu right in the centre of the island. The market at Santa Maria on a Sunday is also popular as it literally sells everything – think flea market combined with fresh fruit and vegetables!
A complete list of village markets can be seen below:
Caimari, Cala Millor, Calviá, Lloret de Vistalegre, Manacor, Mancor de la Vall, Montuiri
Alcudia, Artá, Campanet, Llubí, Porreres, Portocolom, Santa Margalida
Andratx, Bunyola, Capdepera, Deia, Llucmajor, Petra, Port de Pollença, Sa Rapita, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu, Vilafranca de Bonany
El Arenal, Ariany, Banyalbufar, Campos, Can Picafort, Consell, Inca, Portol, Port de Soller, Sant Joan, San Llorenc des Cardassar, Ses Salines, sa Torre
Alcudia, Algaida, Binissalem, Ca’n Picafort, Llucmajor, Maria de la Salut, Pont D’Inca, Son Servera
Alaró, Arta, Buger, Bunyola, Cala Ratjada, Campanet, Campos, Can Picafort, Esporles, Costitx, Lloseta, Manacor, Moscari, Portocolom, Santa Eugenia, Santa Margarlida, Santa Ponsa, Santanyi, Soller
Alcudia, Consell, Felanitx, Llucmajor, Muro, Sa Pobla, Pollença, Porto Cristo, Santa Maria del Cami, Valldemossa
Palma has a range of markets from flea markets to organic food markets. Slightly lacking the atmosphere of some of the smaller town’s markets, Palma nevertheless offers it’s residents a decent selection of market goods.