Located in the historic heart of Palma, this vibrant market offers a perfect activity for hedonists who love savoring delicious Mallorcan products. All of the best Balearic specialties are sold by friendly sales people ready to help you pick the best products for your next recipe - Mercat d'Olivar in Palma is like an oasis with the best gourmet ingredients that will enchant any gourmand in the hunt for the best food of the region.
Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll definitely be able to find it here. Seafood, curated cheeses, fresh produce, and specialties such as jams, Jamon, and sweets are well organized across dozens of stalls with colorful offerings.
Held in a stunning Mediterranean style building that was constructed in 1951, the market has wheel-chair access with several elevators and is well adjusted to suit the needs of all visitors.
The market opens at 7 am every day except Sundays - visit early to avoid tourist crowds as it can get quite busy. Shop for high-quality ingredients to impress your entourage when cruising through the glittery seas, or choose some edible souvenirs to surprise your friends back home. Dried fruits, charcuterie, seafood, and amazing meat products are just part of a huge selection of tasty Mallorcan specialties you’ll find on the varied strands.
When strolling around the stalls gets you hungry, you can grab a bite to eat in one of the many eateries and restaurants here. The tapas bar serves spectacular seaside specialties, and you can also find amazing sushi spots where you can pair your favorite maki roll with a glass of fine champagne.
Oftentimes, cooking workshops and classes are held here and offer valuable knowledge shared by some of the region’s most successful chefs.
Some of the merchants that sell their goods here have shared their secret recipes for generations - Can Jaume has maintained their business for generations, and has been offering the finest free-range ecological meats and legumes since 1927.
In case there are some ingredients that you missed, visit the Mercadona market on the upper floor.
If you’re traveling with little ones, you’ll be glad to find the children’s playroom, breastfeeding room, and library where children can take a break from shopping.