Due to coronavirus, the organisers have decided to postpone the Fira Agrícola de Son Ferriol. It follows the ban by the Balearic Ministry of Health on events with concentrations of over 1000 people.
Son Ferriol, a village-like ‘barrio’ in Palma, hosts an agricultural fair showcasing local produce, animals, and farming equipment.
What to expect
Over 200,000 people fill the streets to sample pinchos and local food, see the goats, sheep, horses and birds that have been brought along, and browse the stalls that sell local handicrafts and antiques.
Whilst local farmers are busy admiring the agricultural equipment and choosing which to buy, local performers entertain the crowds in the main square over the bleating, squawking, and mooing of the furry and feathery attendees.
The fair takes place at the end of March on Saturday and Sunday (although Sunday is much busier!) and is free to attend. Arrive by car with ample parking or take the number 14 EMT bus from Plaza de España which takes just 10 minutes.
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