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Markets, with their hustle and bustle, colours and smells, are the expression of the soul of a town. A visit to the market is one of the things that visitors to Mallorca enjoy the most. It is the best opportunity to learn about local traditions and buy handicraft, industrial and farm products made on the island.
Market Binissalem Market Cala Ratjada Market Manacor Market Montuïri Market Port de Pollença Market Sa Pobla Market Santa Margalida Market Sencelles Market Vilafranca Market Maria De La Salut Market Pòrtol Market Alaró Market Alcúdia Market Algaida Market Andratx Market Ariany Market Artà Market Bunyola Market Búger Market Caimari Market Calvià Market Campanet Market Campos Market Can Picafort Market Capdepera Market Consell Market Costitx Market Deià (Son Marroig-Artesanal) Market Felanitx Market Inca Market Lloret Market Lloseta Market Llubi Market Llucmajor Market Mancor De La Vall Market Muro Market Petra Market Platja De Muro Market Pollença Market Porreres Market Porto Cristo Market Sa Cabaneta Market Sa Coma Market Sant Joan Market Sant Llorenç Market Santa Eugènia Market Santa Maria Market Santanyi Market Selva Market Ses Salines Market Sineu Market Son Servera Market Sóller Market S’Arenal Market Valldemossa Market Colònia De Sant Jordi Market Binissalem (Art) Mercat de Sineu (Artesano) Mercat de Consell (Antigüedades) Mercat de Palma (Antigüedades)
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Weekly markets are held in the towns of Mallorca throughout the year. Traditional markets sell vegetables, fruit, olives, cheeses, plants, sausages, sweets and a large variety of handicraft products. From Monday to Sunday markets bustle with visitors and locals who visit the market to buy sausages, olives, fruit and vegetables, salted fish and meat, household utensils, handicraft, clothes and shoes.
Sineu market is held on Wednesdays and is one of the most prestigious and traditional markets on the island. Sineu is situated on the plains of Mallorca and has an agriculture-based economy. The town market is a reflection of this. On market day, the restaurants and bodegas of Sineu fill with people who come to taste Mallorcan frit, one of the most typical Mallorcan dishes, and drink the extraordinary local wines.
Inca market is held on Thursdays and is also very popular. It is larger and has a greater variety of products. Inca has a leather industry and there are usually stalls with handbags, shoes and jackets in the market. On Sundays, it is a tradition for visitors and locals to visit the markets of Santa María and Alcudia, among others, and buy fresh farm products for the whole week.
Another option is to visit the Consell flea market, where you can find anything: furniture, army clothes, cameras, second-hand clothes, toys, old books and magazines and other antiquities. There are over 300 stalls to browse and spend an entertaining Sunday morning.
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