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- Well recommended as a place to visit to mooch and to enjoy tapas & cava! Amazing food market for cheeses, hams, chorizo, fish, wine and to eat too!Written 12 August 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is definitely something you should see if you’re in town, but it’s not a long commitment. We visited the Miro foundation outside in Barcelona, and were totally blown away so we were hopeful for something similar when we arrived at Mallorca, but it’s a much simpler exhibition without as much quality or quantity of work, a lot more focused on sculpture and drawings. The building is beautiful as is the setting.Written 25 July 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We came for lunch followed by a few hours of shopping to this outlet village in the North of Palma de Mallorca.
Unfortunately we had to wait for about an hour to receive our food in the „Il Tano“ restaurant on the first floor of the food court.
In general all service personnel was very friendly and helpful.
A large area with many shops and much more.
Everything was nice and clean - top maintenance!
Please see pictures for further details.
Is this a helpful review? Then please give me a "Thumbs up Thank FrankGeisler" by clicking the button below.Written 20 July 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We visited this market on a Monday and not all of the stalls were open but I think this is a little gem.
It gives you the same as the bigger market in an area used by the locals and so you can get access to the treats on offer.Written 9 September 2023
- All in all well worth a visit. Market ha held Wednesday and Saturday weekly.
Encouraged by last review, we also took local 515 bus (their website was good) from Cala D’or (Cala Egos district). Even at 8.50 first bus was full but second bus appeared 👍. Standing room only.
Bus dropped off in Santanyí (make a note of dropping off point as return pick up is on opposite side of road - I dropped a pin on Google maps). About 5 min walk to market proper.
Market sprawls around the ancient church and rambling streets. Mostly crafts, leather, jewellery, clothes etc. A few really good food stalls/fruit and veg, perfect if you are self catering. Unsurprisingly, it was well supported by holidaying visitors from across Europe particularly Germany. Local shops and restaurants were all open and well worth a look. Bought a great baguette lunch with a pastry.
All in all a great thing to do 👍😃Written 30 July 2023
- This mall i have visited several times due to its great location from the port but i have to admit i didnt realise how large it was until this visit. It has every thing i need and more. I can spend a couple of hours here and the time will pass and there is an adequate selection of restaurants and activities to occupy for longerWritten 2 July 2023
- A lovely shopping precinct with loads of shops.. there's even a primark, h&m and lots more. Lots of little eaterys too. If your coming from palma it's the number 23 busWritten 11 September 2023
- Beautiful Church. Its the old town. Plenty of buses every 20 mins. Its a must see during the week. Very enjoyableWritten 8 August 2023
- This was our third visit of the Sineu market.
It is always worth a visit because find anything: food, fruits, cheese, olive oil, clothing, leather wear, toys and so on.
As usual we bought (and negotiated heavily) some nice souvenirs and more.
Is this a helpful review? Then please give me a "Thumbs up Thank FrankGeisler" by clicking the button below.Written 19 July 2023
- This place is a indoor food market plenty of fantastic gastronomic offers. Restaurants serve food to the public in a sharing area where everyone eat together. Comfortable, cheap and jummy.Written 23 January 2020
- Lovely town, lots of shops and the market on a Thursday goes all round the town so gives you a chance to explore. Great way to spend the morningWritten 9 September 2023
- Much bigger and better than I expected, stretches from the Can Pickafort sign and wrap right around the harbour. Stalls selling leather goods, clothing, local handicraft, food and toys. Definitely worth a few hours on a Friday morning.Written 25 July 2023
- Fun to walk around, lovely music, food, ceramics and jewellery. Was hot walking around but pretty streets and some stalls had shades. Live music from soke of the outside bars to enjoy and a buzzy atmosphere of tourists and locals alike. Taxi rank is right next to the market. We went on Sunday morning.Written 26 July 2023
- Good market held on Tuesdays closes at 1pm, lots of stalls, something for everyone, nice atmosphere and vibe. Parking can be tricky.Written 10 August 2023
- We were not sure what sort of a gallery this would be, but we were willing to give it a try.
We took the bus from Palma to Andratx. (Get off at the first stop in Andratx, turn right up the hill past the Ajuntamento and at the roundabout take the second right following the pink CCA sign- then a pleasant walk for about half a mile through the Mallorcan countryside and you see the gallery set against the hillside on the right.)
The gallery is much bigger than it seems from the outside. It was conceived by two Danes and features (at least when we were there) Scandinavian and German artists.
The building features a central courtyard containing fountains and with pillared cloisters around it, opening out from which are the gallery spaces on the four sides of the courtyard. The galleries are white walled open spaces with polished concrete floors and excellent lighting.
The curators had made full use of the space to display the art works without crowding or clutter. The CCA also features studio spaces and four of the artists showing at the time of our visit had completed residencies at The CCA earlier in the year.
Two very helpful and enthusiastic young ladies manned the reception desk and gave us advice and information in excellent English (as you would expect of a Scandinavian establishment). We spent about an hour and a half looking round the artworks and then moved on to the cafe on far side of the gallery which opened out onto another enclosed court.
This is a really worthwhile enterprise and we can recommend it to any art lovers visiting Mallorca.
We finished the day with a trip down from Andratx to the Port and then back by bus to Palma.Written 27 October 2019
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