Mallorca’s capital Palma has a market for every occasion. There are lively farmers markets selling the freshest organic produce from the island and stylish gastronomic markets serving up local and international cuisine. Soak up the atmosphere at one of these vibrant places and connect with the island through the smells and flavours of its food.
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The fresh food market in the Santa Catalina neighbourhood receives a steady daily influx of local shoppers and curious visitors. There are about 50 vendors selling fish, meat, dairy, fruit & vegetables and flowers. On the weekends it’s a popular place to enjoy tapas and drinks during Palma’s afternoon and early evening party known as ‘el Tardeo’.
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Mercat de l’Olivar
This market situated in central Palma is a favourite with foodies. A wide variety of stalls present the best produce of the island which includes fresh fish, poultry, fruit & vegetables and cheese. If you don’t have the facilities to cook the tasty ingredients yourself, simply stop at one of the gastronomic bars for lunch offering a choice of tapas, fresh fish, or oysters and champagne.
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Support local farmers at this open air market in Palma’s Plaza de los Patines. It takes place every Tuesday and Saturday. The produce is fresh and organic and comes from various farms across the island. You’ll also find bread, cured hams and dairy. The market has been running for a decade and appeals to conscientious shoppers who value sustainable agriculture on the island.
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San Juan Gastronomic Market
Palma’s first gastronomic market is located a good 25-minute walk from the centre of town. Housed within an award-winning 20th century building called S’Escorxador, it’s worth a visit. Food stands dedicated to Spanish, Thai, Japanese, Italian and Vietnamese cuisine are lined up within the clean and eclectic dining hall. Gastronomic events are held on the second level and there is a wing dedicated to a cocktail bar.
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This trendy gastronomic market along the Paseo Marítimo is the place to go to sample high quality tapas and specialist drinks. Alongside gourmet dishes of local cuisine you’ll find sushi, oysters and premium grilled meats. The attractive venue is one of Palma’s newer additions yet its Art Deco façade and interior design gives it a vintage feel.
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Pere Garau Market
This indoor market sells abundant locally produced fruit and vegetables, meat and fish every day of the week in the Pere Garau neighbourhood. It’s worth visiting on a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday when the open air section of the market fills with further stalls selling clothes, accessories and small animals such as chickens, rabbits and hamsters.
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