Majorca Markets

Rough guide to Majorca markets, days and locations.

Market Days and Markets in Majorca (Mallorca)

Majorca Markets: Below you can check out some of the best locations for Majorca markets, so you can get in a bit of retail therapy during your stay on the island. The islands markets provide the opportunity to take a break from the sunbathing and provide the ideal chance to purchase your holiday gifts to take home with you from Majorca.

This is by no means a comprehensive list of the markets on Majorca that you could visit, but it includes most of the major resorts and towns.

Majorca Markets Held on Saturdays: Soller, Bunyola, Cala Ratjada, Buger, Campos, Santanyi and Santa Margalida.

Majorca Markets Held on Sundays: Alcudia, Santa Maria, Valdemossa, Porto Cristo, Pollensa, and Muro.

Majorca Markets Held on Mondays: Manacor, Lloret, and Calvia.

Majorca Markets Held on Tuesdays: Alcudia, Can Picafort, Arta, and Llubi.

Majorca Markets Held on Wednesdays: Puerto Pollensa, Santanyi, Andratx, Llucmajor, Petra and Capdepera.

Majorca Markets Held on Thursdays: Inca, Ses Salines, and El Arenal.

Majorca Markets Held on Fridays: Can Picafort, Son Servera, Algaida and Santa Eugenia.

There are of course lots of markets held in the capital Palma de Mallorca throughout the week.

Majorca (Mallorca) is the largest of the Spanish Balearic Islands, an island group which includes Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera. Mallorca was one of the pioneers of mass tourism and by the 1980's became all that is wrong about a tourist destination - high-rise hotels, rowdy bars and discos, sweaty bodies and sardine packed beaches. Majorca has now however recovered from this and presents itself as a first class holiday destination, with a wide choice of quality resorts and some fantastic beaches.

Majorca Links: Majorca Map - Majorca Weather - Majorca Article

Majorca Golf: Golf Santa Ponsa - Son Vida Golf - Spanish Golf Courses

Majorca Attractions: Puig de Randa - Sa Calobra - Cabrera Island - Capocorb Vell

More Majorca Places: Cala Bona - Cala Dor - Cala Millor - Cala Mondrago - Cala San Vicente - Calas de Mallorca - Can Pastilla - Can Picafort - Capdepera - Colonia Sant Jordi - Deia - Felanitx - Llucmajor - Muro - Petra - Pollensa - Porto Colom - Ses Salines - Sineu - Valldemossa

Other Links: Weather in Mallorca

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