Palma de Mallorca Vibrant covered market at the heart of Palma de Mallorca, next to the Plaza de Olivar Nr. 4, located between the Plaza España and San Miguel st.
Monday to Thursday 7 – 2.30pm
Friday from 7 – 8pm
Saturday from 7 – 3pm
Santa Catalina Market
This trendy, vibrant area west of Palma’s Avenida Argentina, alongside the Parc de Feixina gardens stretching down to the marina, has a village ambience of old fisherman’s cottages and windmills converted into a buzz of restaurants, cool bars, quirky artisan shops and chilled cafe’s all with a late night scene.. At the heart of this area is the covered market, a popular culinary meeting place, with a great reputation for gourmet produce alongside eateries serving a choice of world fare from sushi to street food. See mercatdesantacatalina.com
Open 7am to 5pm Monday to Saturday Plaça Navegació
Placa Major - Mercat Artesanal
This buzzy central square is a great browsing haven, with many cobbled narrow shopping lanes running off it with a choice of high street favourites and unique local eateries, bars and boutiques.
Placa Major, depending on the season has many street entertainers, musicians and the craft market, aimed towards tourists, which is open everyday 10am to 2pm during Easter, July, August, September. It's a good place to start to explore this area of the Old Town.
Rastro Flea Market
This Palma Flea market takes over the Avinguda Gabriel Alomar i Villalonga ring road during the warmer months on a Saturday 8am - 2pm
Bric a brac - junk & second hand items alongside new cheap market goods
La Rambla flower market
Flower stalls down the middle of this pretty avenue.. on the Passeig de la Rambla
Monday - Friday 8am - 2pm & 5pm - 8pm
Saturday 8am - 2pm
The La Lonja evening market
The La Lonja evening market has stalls of Art, Crafts and Jewellery alongside the Old City walls, for a vibrant evening stroll..
Passeig de Sagrera
8 –11 pm – Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday
Just in front of the Marina near the Old Town