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Markets

Weekly markets are a part of the daily life in Mallorca. Every day, you can find a market open at several locations on the island where you can peruse through stands that sell fruits, vegetables, clothes, and handcrafts. Haggling is allowed and is especially recommended when nearing the end of a market’s opening times. Don’t miss out on the lively bustle of these markets and explore all of the following traditional Mallorcan markets:

 Mondays: Calvia, a typical Mallorcan market with about 30 stands

Tuesdays: Alcudia, located in the old city where you can find all kinds of textiles and also groceries

Wednesdays: Sineu, a very popular market that has existed for more than 700 years. An early visit is recommended due to the huge crowds.

Thursdays: Inca, the largest open-air market and offers Mallorcan specialties

Fridays: Son Ferrer, offers a huge variety of fresh food, which includes sausage products, fruits & vegetables, and clothing.

Saturdays: Santanyi, one of the most beautiful markets on the island & is also very popular. Sóller, which has a Middle-Age flair.

Sundays: Porto Cristo, which is good for place to purchase local items, such as local produce.  

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