Mallorca is a popular Spanish island where you'll find a unique culture and plenty of opportunities to shop in quaint markets. This is much more than simply finding a souvenir. You can explore a wide range of items showcasing the craftsmanship of the locals as well as fresh food grown and produced right on the island.

    No matter what you're looking for, you'll be able to find something worthwhile in Mallorca markets whether it's clothing, food, crafts, jewellery, art or just about anything else you can imagine. Check out the 10 best markets in Mallorca.

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    Mercat de l'Olivar  

    Explore the essence of Palma

    Mercat de l'Olivar is a popular market in Palma where you'll find a culturally rich array of offerings along with local producers who are happy to talk. You'll find quite a few different foods available in the market including local fruits and vegetables along with a separate fish market and meat offerings.

    When you visit this market, you can enjoy its wonders in the shade, as it's entirely covered. Even the car park here is covered, so nothing has to get in your way. You'll find it all just northeast of Plaça Major in the Marqués de Fontsanta area.

    Location: Plaça de l'Olivar, s/n, 07002 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain

    Open: Monday–Friday from 7 am to 2.30 pm, Saturday from 7 am to 3 pm (closed on Sundays)

    Phone: +34 971 72 03 14

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    Mercat Pere Garau 

    Visit a genuine market created for the working class

    Mercat Pere Garau is a modest market that is run by locals for the benefit of locals, with goods that are all relatively affordable. Palma is quite diverse, so local offerings here mean getting a taste of various places such as South America and China.

    The neighbourhood is welcoming and eager to share what it has to offer with charm and multiculturalism. You can experience it all for yourself on the northern side of Pere Garau just northwest of Pere Garau Centre de Salut.

    Location: Plaça Pere Garau, s/n, 07007 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain

    Open: Monday and Wednesday from 6 am to 2.30 pm, Tuesday and Thursday–Friday from 6 am to 3 pm, Saturday from 6 am to 4 pm (closed on Sundays)

    Phone: +34 971 24 46 74

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    Mercat de Santa Catalina 

    Visit a market with tapas bars

    Mercat de Santa Catalina is a modest produce market in Palma that offers a variety of produce alongside 4 distinct tapas bars for your convenience. Among the selection of produce here, you'll find a wide variety of organic vegetables along with fresh fruit, seafood and charcuterie.

    This is a neighbourhood market, so everything on offer is produced and sourced locally. Local staples are especially popular here, so this is one of the best places to get a taste of Palma. You'll find it all just west of Parc de Sa Feixina.

    Location: Plaça de la Navegació, s/n, 07013 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain

    Open: Monday–Saturday from 7 am to 4 pm (closed on Sundays)

    Phone: +34 971 73 07 10

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    Sineu Market 

    Visit one of the oldest markets on the island

    Sineu Market is one of the oldest and most traditional markets you'll find on the island, located near the centre of the town of Sineu. This market has been running in one form or another for more than 7 centuries, and when it's open, it dominates the whole town.

    While just about every street and alleyway has something relevant on offer when the market is being held, you'll find it centred around Plaça es Mercadal, which is the main square next to the town's church. You'll find everything you can imagine here from food to handcrafted items.

    Location: Es Fossar, 160, 07510 Sineu, Illes Balears, Spain

    Open: Wednesday from 8 am to 2 pm (closed Thursday–Tuesday)

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    Mercat de Santa Maria 

    Explore a well-organised marketplace

    Mercat de Santa Maria in Santa Maria del Cami is an expansive market organised around a square with pristine attention to detail. This market is notably well-organised, making it easy to explore its array of farm products, handicrafts, textiles and ecological products on offer.

    When you visit, you'll find yourself in Plaça Nova, which is the main square of the town. Every vendor has something special to offer, but try to head to the gourmet products stalls early before they get too busy. You'll find the market just a short walk northeast from Parc nou de sa Plaça Nova.

    Location: Plaça Nova, 07320 Santa Maria del Camí, Illes Balears, Spain

    Open: Sunday from 8 am to 2 pm (closed Monday–Saturday)

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    Consell Flea Market  

    Check out high-quality secondhand items

    Consell Flea Market is a popular marketplace where you'll find secondhand items of various kinds consisting of just about anything you can imagine. Among the items, you'll find clothes, toys, furniture and jewellery along with a vast array of antiques that are especially sought after.

    This is among the largest markets of its kind on the entire island, so make sure you dedicate enough time to explore everything it has to offer. You can experience it all in Consell just southwest of Camp Municipal d'Esports de Consell.

    Location: Carrer Antonio Barceló García de Paredes, 2, 07330 Consell, Illes Balears, Spain

    Open: Sunday from 8 am to 2 pm (closed Monday–Saturday)

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    Agromart Artà  

    Enjoy a market that prioritizes freshness

    Agromart Artà is a food market committed to eco-friendly practices and top-quality freshness in every product on offer with everything locally sourced. The vast majority of the fruit and vegetables available here were grown in Mallorcan fields, so you get goods straight from the farmers.

    While fruit and vegetables are the most common items here, you'll also find an array of meat and dairy products, as well as baked goods. Plenty of organic options are available as well. You can see it all for yourself just west of the roundabout on Ma-15.

    Location: Avinguda de Costa i Llobera, 20, 07570 Artà, Balearic Islands, Spain

    Open: Monday–Saturday from 8 am to 9 pm, Sunday from 8 am to 2 pm

    Phone: +34 673 17 56 18

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    Santanyí Market  

    Explore a market with hundreds of stalls

    Santanyí Market is a prominent market in the town of the same name that features hundreds of vendors offering all sorts of items. You'll find plenty of food, as you might expect, but clothing and handicrafts are also quite popular. Just about everything is locally made as well.

    When you visit this market, you'll find yourself in one of the most-visited markets on the island, so start your shopping early to avoid the crowds. It's also open all year long with more international items available in the spring and summer. You'll find it in the historic centre of town in Plaça Major.

    Location: Plaça Major, 26, 24, 07650 Santanyí, Illes Balears, Spain

    Open: Saturday and Wednesday from 9 am to 1 pm (closed Sunday–Tuesday and Thursday–Friday)

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    Inca Market 

    Visit a traditional outdoor market

    Inca Market is a massive outdoor market offering numerous traditional products throughout over 100 stalls in an easily accessible area. While you'll find the typical array of traditional products and food available here, the market is best known for its leather products and signature Incan shoes.

    When you visit this market, your best bet is to arrive early. That's when you'll find the best deals and the smallest crowds. You'll find it all near the centre of town near the Inca Estació train station.

    Location: Carrer de la Pau, 0, 07300 Inca, Illes Balears, Spain

    Open: Monday–Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 8 am to 2.30 pm, Wednesday and Friday from 8 am to 8 pm (closed on Sundays)

    Phone: +34 971 88 30 09

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    Pollença  Market 

    Visit a market with something for everyone

    Pollença Market is a popular market in the town of the same name where you'll find hundreds of stalls offering local products everyone can enjoy. Among its over 300 stalls, you'll find plenty of local produce along with custom handicrafts and artworks. Clothes are available as well.

    Quality is the focus of every vendor here, so you'll find something far more than a simple souvenir when you visit. Every item, however, is positively Mallorcan. You'll find it all in Plaça Major and Plaça de Ca les Monnares in Pollença.

    Location: 07460 Pollença, Balearic Islands, Spain

    Open: Sunday from 8 am to 1.30 pm (closed Monday–Saturday)

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