Towns & Markets

Old Towns

Sineu. Less then 10 minutes by car. Your first stop when you stay in Cassiopea. Enjoy lunch or a drink on the beutiful centrak square. Extremely crowded on Wednesdays when hundreds of tourists get bussed in for the weekly maket.

For everything you want to know about Sineu, check Visit Sineu. In English and Spanish.


Arta. About 30 minutes by car, to the north. Nice little ‘artsy’ town. Like Sineu, very cowded on weekly the market day ( XXXX ).

Combine a visit to Arta with dinner on the waterfront in Cala Ratjada. Check Arta’s website.





You can chose out of several locations every day of the week:


  • Mondays: Caimari, Calviá, Lloret, Manacor, Montuiri
  • Tuesdays: Alcudia, Artá, Campanet, C’an Picafort, Llubí, Porreres, Santa Margarita
  • Wednesdays: Andratx, Capdepera, Colonia de San Jordi, Llucmajor, Petra, Pòrtol, Port de Pollença, Santanyi, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu, Vilafranca
  • Thursdays: El Arenal, Ariany, Campos, Consell, Inca, San Juan, San Llorenc, Ses Salines
  • Fridays: Alaró, Algaida, Binissalem, Sa Cabaneta, Ca’n Picafort, Maria de la Salut, Pont D’Inca, Santa Eugenia, Son Servera
  • Saturdays: Buger, Bunyola, Cala Ratjada, Campos, Costitx, Lloseta, Mancor del Vall, Santa Margarita, Santanyi, Soller
  • Sundays: Alcudia, Felanitx, Llucmajor, Muro, Sa Pobla, Pollença, Porto Cristo, Santa Maria, Valldemossa


Sineu Market is a wonderfully authentic market held every Wednesday morning in the pretty rural town of Sineu in central Mallorca. Along with the usual fruit, vegetable and local produce stalls, there is a livestock market, where farm animals are bought and sold. Read more about Sineu Market.

Inca Market is Mallorca’s largest weekly market and is held on Thursdays. Buy everything from fruit & vegetables, olives & olive oils, leather goods, jewelery, clothes, gifts and souvenirs. Read more about Inca Market.

Artà is a nice artsy town, and its market on Tuesdays attracts vistors from all over the island.

The walled town of Alcudia in the north (just a couple of kilometres from the beach resorts of Alcudia) also has a very good market held on Tuesdays and Sundays. It makes for a great day out as you can explore the old walls and other historical monuments of Alcudia whilst you are there. Read more about Alcudia and its market.

Santa Maria del Cami , just off the motorway to the  north of Palma, hosts a large market every Sunday. You’ll find plenty of fresh local produce from the area, as well as a small organic produce section. Read more about Santa Maria del Cami Market.

Also on Sunday, and just a few minutes up the road from Santa Maria is the town of Consell which hosts the island’s largest flea market every Sunday. The goods here range from second hand clothes, toys and furniture to jewellery, antiques and a vast selection of bric-a-brac.

Sundays are clearly a popular day for markets, as Pollenca in the north hosts an arts & crafts, local produce and nic-nacs market on Sunday mornings. Pollenca is well worth a trip in its own right as it is a very pretty traditional Mallorcan town, so factor in some time to have a look around.

Down in the south east of Mallorca is Santanyi, whose weekly market is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The centre of this lovely sandstone village fills up with stalls selling local arts & crafts as well as fruit and vegetables. Read more about Santanyi and its market.

Over in the west is the popular town of Soller, and their market is held on Saturday mornings. You can really make a day trip for this one, as there is plenty to do and see in Soller and Port de Soller – they are linked by a handy traditional tram. Read more about the Market in Soller.

Another nice town to visit and make a day of is Andratx in the south west of Mallorca. Its market is held on Wednesdays.


During the summer, many of the coastal resorts have night markets, selling arts and crafts, jewellery and clothing. Check the Events Calender of ‘See Mallorca’ to find out when and where they are on.



This information was taken from the See Mallorca website