Enjoy a balmy evening of wine-tasting in Palma or a night of art in Santanyí. During the day, taste typical Mallorcan gastronomy at a village fair or peruse an artisan market.
Marratxí is famous for pottery and ceramics on Mallorca and each year the Town Council hosts the Fira del Fang, a festival dedicated to local artisans to showcase their crafts. The aim of the fair is to preserve the techniques used in this 300-year-old industry of craftmanship.
October brings with it cooler temperatures and plenty of festivals on the island, many of which are dedicated to Mallorca’s local products. Given that its harvest season, plenty of festivals concentrate on food, with wineries and vineyards in particular opening their doors to visitors and the wine festival a mainstay since 1996.
Soak up the history and flavours of the island this month as towns host traditional fairs featuring characteristic artisan stalls, theatrical devils, xeremier flutists and tasty local treats. All summer long Mallorca’s grape crops have been ripening under the sun and now it’s time for harvest.
In June, Port Adriano celebrates its fifth edition of Aftersun Market, an ephemeral market with design, fashion and decoration proposals from brands and talents mainly from the Balearic Islands.
Disfruta de una agradable tarde catando vinos en Palma o de una noche dedicada al arte en Santanyí. Durante el día podrás degustar la típica gastronomía mallorquina en una feria de pueblo o pasearte por un mercadillo artesano.