We advice all travelers to visit this place. Quality of food is very good . We by from these good fruits and fresh fish and we cook in our rent apartment
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This unassuming market is a must see on a visit to Palma. Filled with lots of local merchants selling beautiful fruits and vegetables and locally produced fresh and cured meat and things like traditional pottery dishes which make great gifts to take home and aren't...More
Oyster Lovers!! its a must to try the Oysters "Ostras" in Mercat Olivar, together with a glass of white wine and white mallorquin bread, and along a Tapa of Gambas, or Pulpo Gallega, very Tasty, try it!
The market sells all sorts of fresh food but there are a number of stalls that serve seafood particularly oysters. We went along just before lunch and shared a dozen fin de Claire and a few glasses of Cava. Ordering is easy and you either...More
Great market, filled with delicious fresh food, beautiful handicrafts and more We had tapas for lunch, choices were almost limitless We picked up some fresh peaches for an afternoon treat and they were perfect Wish we had a chance to go more during our stay
The variety of food is fantastic with lots of places to eat the fresh prepared produce. There is something for everyone here and a great atmosphere of a ral working market.
This is a must. A feast for the eyes and senses. Lots of places to taste all types of delicious dishes , including fish. Wander around and try the tapas.
The market is full of amazing sights and smells! The fruit, confectionary and deli stalls looked delicious. As a vegetarian, I was less thrilled with the fish and meat stalls but my husband loved them! This is a great market - not quite as incredible...More
We dropped by for a look-see having read the reviews on TripAdvisor. Mainly a "normal" market selling fresh produce to take away but there are half a dozen little eateries where you can sample with a small glass of something. We stopped at a lovely...More