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My wife cannot resist a market and I have been dragged round hundreds all over Europe and beyond. In my own way I therefore consider myself a bit blase (sorry about the missing accent) about markets in general but also something of a connoisseur.
Great to have a walk around and see all the busy people and bustle with so much food. Cheeses, meats, seafood, small tapas restaurants. It was great we ate and drank at Los Manos when there, which we highly recommend.
Very busy on a Saturday with a nice friendly vibe. A mix of locals/expat Scandis all enjoying ace seafood and champers (cava for us) at the food counters. Reasonably priced and a lot of fun. Had some excellent sushi and Abalone. You can also get...More
Mallorca is expensive - even in this indoor market. Fish a big speciality. Separate hall for fruit and veg. Plenty of counters for drinks. Only saw one place for pinchos. Dried fruits and nuts on offer. Highly recommended.
I love markets , this is not the best I’ve ever been to , but still worth a visit. I stopped at las manor for a beer , the waiter was absolutely lovely and even gave me 2 🐌 snails as a freebie ! Very...More
Quite a large under cover market serving up an abundance of fresh fish, meat, vegetables and a host of other goodies. There are areas to sit and eat/drink. If you have any concerns regarding your language skills, there is a reasonably sized supermarket up the...More
We found this market on our last day . If we had been self catering I think I would have bought everything here , fantastic variety . The smells as you enter are amazing . The choice of fish ,meats and Vegs are great and...More
A market hall full of local stuff: vegetables, fishes and other creatures of the sea, jamoneria, butchers, and some handicrafts as well. Worth spending here an hour just to get the ambiente and after you can eat freshly made seafood dishes, oysters with champaigne, etc.
There are cakes, pastry and sweet in the main food market not clothes. There are a couple of shops in downtown selling gifts in good price too. Clothes shops are more or less the same brand as in the UK, some... More
There are cakes, pastry and sweet in the main food market not clothes. There are a couple of shops in downtown selling gifts in good price too. Clothes shops are more or less the same brand as in the UK, some cheaper Chinese shops in town may have some cheaper beach wearers. Have a great time in Palma. 😊 Maggie
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Hi Georgia, the market has everything. Fish, meat, vegetables, fruit, sweets, confectionery, pastries (try the Ensaimada!) and several Tapas bars. I don't remember any shops selling clothing, though. You could buy presents... More
Hi Georgia, the market has everything. Fish, meat, vegetables, fruit, sweets, confectionery, pastries (try the Ensaimada!) and several Tapas bars. I don't remember any shops selling clothing, though. You could buy presents in some of the deli type shops.