Soller Market. Fruit and vegetables, handicrafts, textiles, gifts, plants and flowers. Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Update 03/01/20. The Market of the town of Soller is held every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the city center. This is a very popular market that attracts a large number of visitors from all over the island. The market extends from the central Plaza de Sa Constitució to Plaza des Mercat and adjacent streets. In addition to the market in Soller you can visit many places of special interest.
In the Soller market we find a wide variety of stands with all kinds of products. The artisanal products in both food and decorative stand out. The fruit and vegetable stands are located in the Plaza des Mercat and in the covered enclosure next to the square with their butcher and fishmonger stalls among others. The market atmosphere of Soller is international with a very large influx of foreigners.
In the surroundings of the Plaza de Sa Constitució there are numerous bars and restaurants with large terraces that will allow you to enjoy the atmosphere of the market.
You can see here the list of weekly markets that take place in Mallorca.
"The Soller market is very popular and during the tourist season it attracts thousands of visitors."
In the Soller Market we find the following products.
• Fruits and vegetables.
• Textile articles
• Fashion accessories.
• Mallorcan artisan product in food and decoration.
• Plants and flowers.
"In Soller besides the market you will find important places to visit."
The town of Soller is located in a beautiful valley of the Sierra de Tramuntana surrounded by high mountains and very close to the north coast. Highlights the old train that connects Soller with Palma and the tram that connects Soller with the Puerto de Soller.
In the town in addition to the market we can visit many places such as the Parish Temple of Sant Bartomeu, various museums located in the center of Soller or contemplate the large stately homes. It also highlights the large number of small shops that extend along Luna Street and other central streets of Soller.
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How to arrive:
Soller is 28 km from Palma. From Palma, the Ma-11 road leads directly to the town of Soller. The weekly Soller Market is held in the Plaza de Sa Constitució and adjacent streets every Saturday. Due to the numerous visitors that the market receives, it is difficult to find a place to park the car. It is best to park on the outskirts of the town, on the side of the road, and walk 15 minutes to downtown.