Santanyí holds its popular weekly market every Wednesday and Saturday. It’s the perfect opportunity to soak up the culture and tradition of this picturesque village in the southeast of Mallorca. From 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, more than 150 stalls set up in the Plaça Major and the surrounding streets offer a wide range of local products, from fresh fruit and vegetables to a delicious variety of meats, charcuterie, cheeses, dried fruits, liqueurs, wines and pickled products from the region.

Mercado de Santanyí

The colour of the Santanyí market is one of its main attractions.

In addition to the food on offer, the Santanyí market offers a captivating selection of handcrafted items and regional products. From handmade jewellery to traditional textiles, each stall provides a unique opportunity to discover local treasures and take home a truly special souvenir of your visit. And if you’re looking to decorate your home with a Mallorcan touch, the small designer shops in the area offer a variety of island-inspired decor and fashion items.

This colourful event is also the ideal time to stroll around and admire the traditional architecture of the square and the historic centre, with its charming Santanyí stone houses that evoke centuries of history and local culture. And, why not, to taste an authentic pa amb oli with Serrano ham or the spicy sobrasada, authentic delicacies that capture the true flavour of Mallorca.

The Santanyí market is, in short, a true feast for the senses that attracts both locals and travellers eager to spend a lively morning of shopping and discovery in the heart of this Mediterranean gem.