There are 3 key markets in Palma to choose from open Monday-Saturday 7am-2pm.
There are dozens of weekly markets held all around the island of Mallorca; most begin in the morning, from as early as 7am. Below are some of them, with my favourites highlighted in purple:
Sineu - one of the oldest markets in Mallorca. Originally an agricultural and animal market, here you'll find farmers offering sun-dried tomatoes, strings of garlic, cured sausages and local fruit, flowers and vegetables alongside Spanish and African traders selling pottery, lace and their ethnic crafts. Mallorca's only remaining livestock market at Plaça Es Fossar is only a short wander away and not to be missed.
Santa Maria & Consell are so close it's worth visiting both together. Although small, the Consell Flea Market houses many a bargain from some truly unique stalls. Move on then to Santa Maria market - one of the best in Mallorca - and you'll find anything and everything from fruit, vegetables and dried meats to shoes, handbags, plants and pets.
Caimari, Calvià, Lloret, Lluc, Manacor & Montuiri.
Alcúdia, El Arenal, Artà, Campanet, Ca'n Picafort - Llubí, Lluc, Porreres & Sta. Margalida. Palma – Plaza Patinez Eco market
Andratx, Capdepera, Colónia Sant Jordi, Llucmajor, Lluc, Marratxi, Petra, Port de Pollença, Santanyí, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu & Vilafranca.
Ariany, Campos, Inca, Lluc, Ses Salines, Sant Joan, Llorenç.
Algaida, Binissalem, Can Picafort, Llucmajor, Lluc, Maria de la Salut, Marratxi, Sta. Eugénia & Son Ferrer.
Alaró, Buger, Bunyola, Campos, Cala Ratjada, Costitx, Esporles, Lloseta, Lluc, Muro, Santa Margalida, Santanyi & Sóller. Palma – Plaza Patinez Eco market
Alcúdia, Consell (Flea Market), Felanitx, Inca, Llucmajor, Lluc, Muro, Sa Pobla, Pollensa, Porto Cristo, Santa Maria, & Valldemossa.