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Visited with a group of friends in the afternoon for a bite to eat and a couple of drinks. Great variety of food stalls to pick from in a fantastic atmosphere. I opted for the broken eggs on potatoes with chorizo which were bloody lovely...More
Worth a visit for produce and some local snscks and a drink with the locals. We arrived before 11am on a monday. No fish counters open so unsure if they had sold out already or not but the meat is to die for.
We never get bored of visiting this market! A typically Spanish with a selection of very fresh fish, meat, fruit and vegetable, and cheese stalls with the addition of some lovely places to eat pinchos, cheese, ham and enjoy some local wine. Sagla sells gorgeous...More
We visited this market on a Monday and not all of the stalls were open but I think this is a little gem.
It gives you the same as the bigger market in an area used by the locals and so you can get access...More
Cracking market where the locals buy their food from a differing array of stalls. Add in some decent restaurants and Tapas bars at none tourist prices, makes for a great way to while away an hour or two with a great value lunch into the...More
I guess it wasn’t the worst market I’ve ever been too but to say it’s nothing special would be generous. A few eateries with so-so food. No shopping of even mild consequence and the look and feel of the place was tired and bored. Skip...More
A wonderful place to watch the locals of the Santa Catalina area do their shopping from a wide wide range of stalls packed marvellously tightly in a smaller market , pretty much all the fresh produce you could want can be had here and there...More
Great Market. This is a great market in Palma de Mallorca. The produce is fantastic, vegetables, fish, meat, delicatessen specialties, everything you could possible imagine. All fresh and all excellent quality. Go there to buy something nice to eat, go for lunch or just go...More
Sí, el mercado está rodeado de plazas de parking, pero al ser un mercado muchas son de carga y descarga. En el barrio hay ORA, que es parking tarifado. A 250 metros hay un parking público subterráneo. Su entrada está en la... More
Sí, el mercado está rodeado de plazas de parking, pero al ser un mercado muchas son de carga y descarga. En el barrio hay ORA, que es parking tarifado. A 250 metros hay un parking público subterráneo. Su entrada está en la Avenida Argentina, con su encuentro con el Parque de la Faixina. En el sentido opuesto (hacia la Plaza Progreso) hay muchas calles aledañas que ya no tienen hora.
Esto respecto a tu pregunta. Por practicidad en Palma lo mejor es moverse en bici 😁