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Tradition and gastronomy at Mallorca’s markets

Visiting Mallorca local markets is a great way to get to know the island culture and traditions. In the area where Sagalés-Caldentey operates, the most notable are the markets of Santanyí and Artà; which we will explain how to get to by public transport.

The growing interest in good food and local produce has brought about a resurgence in traditional markets. Every day in Mallorca countless markets are held in different towns and villages, an ancient tradition that continues to this day. In the Llevant-Migjorn area you will find Felanitx, Artà and Santanyí markets:

Felanitx: held every Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Felanitx is a municipality in the southeast of Mallorca and has a market located in the town centre and the main squares that is very popular with residents and tourists. At the weekly market, you can find a wide variety of products such as fruit and vegetables, food products, sausages, clothes, among others. It also has handmade products such as ceramics. By visiting the market, you can discover some of the oldest and most charming streets and corners in the municipality.

Artà: takes place every Tuesday from 9 am to 2 pm in the town centre. This market is very popular with locals and tourists alike and is divided into three different parts: the outdoor market, the covered food market and the crafts market in Na Batlessa gardens. Visiting the open market is a great way to discover some of the town’s oldest and most charming streets and places, as well as some of its most important architecture and heritage.

Santanyí: held every Wednesday and Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm in the town centre. Santanyí is the most southerly municipality on the island of Mallorca and has an open-air market that occupies all of Plaça Major and a large number of neighbouring streets. It is one of the most charming markets in Mallorca, where you can find almost everything, including local fruit and vegetables, cheese, preserves, sausages and cured meat, and stalls selling flowers, clothing, accessories, cookware and decorative items, among others. And, of course, crafts such as Pòrtol pottery, roba de llengües (typical Mallorcan textiles) and sculptures made from Santanyí’s famous stone.

How to get there? 

FELANITX MARKET

  • From Palma, Campos or Manacor: take the 501
  • From Cala d'Or: take the 514
  • From Cala Millor: take the 401 and change in Manacor for the 501
  • From Colonia Sant Jordi: line 517 and change in Campos for the 501
  • From Cala Rajada: line 411 and change in Manacor for the 501

 

ARTÀ MARKET

  • From Palma or Cala Millor Sud: take the 401 and change in Manacor for the 411.
  • From Cala Bona or Cala Millor Nord: take the 424 and change in Capdepera for the 411.
  • From Manacor or Cala Rajada: take the 411.

 

SANTANYÍ MARKET

  • From Palma: take the 501 and change in Campos for the 515 or the 516.
  • From Cala d'Or: take the 515.
  • From Campos or Colònia Sant Jordi: take the 517.
  • From Felanitx or Manacor: take the 501 and change in Campos for the 515 or the 516.

 

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