Established in 1306, Sineu is one of the oldest, most traditional markets morning in the town’s main square. It was originally an agricultural and livestock market but nowadays, as well as being a farmers’ market, it sells crafts, handmade leather shoes and other goods. Small animals are still for sale, but there are also pony rides for kids. As with most markets, it kicks off early (8am) and gets very busy, so aim to be there before 11am, and make sure to stick around to have lunch in one of the many traditional Mallorquin restaurants near the market.
HOURS: Wed: 8am–1pm