Mallorca Events Calendar
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Mallorca is a hive of activity all year round. There is always something going on somewhere on the island, you just have to find it! Well I've done it for you. Below are various links to all the events Mallorca has to offer. Check out Mallorca Tourist Information for more ideas on what's on and how to get there.

Official Events Calendars from the tourist boards:

  • Official Mallorca Events Calendar showing Festivities, Fairs, Markets and Cultural events:
  • Mallorca Events Calendar, Majorca Spain

  • Official Balearic Islands events calendar for Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera:
  • Balearics Events Calendar, Mallorca Spain


Popular Free Mallorca Magazines about what to do and where to go:

  • Digame Mallorca Events Calendar:
  • Digame Mallorca Events Calendar, Mallorca Spain

  • Vamos Mallorca Events Calendar:
  • Vamos Mallorca Events Calendar, Mallorca Spain

  • Youthing Mallorca Events Calendar (Spanish):
  • Youthing Mallorca Events Calendar, Mallorca Spain


Mallorca Concerts and Live Artists:
  • Songkick Concerts Calendar:
  • SongKick Mallorca Concerts Calendar, Mallorca Spain

  • Eventful Concerts Calendar:
  • Eventful Palma de Mallorca Concerts Calendar, Mallorca Spain


Other useful websites:
  • Mallorca Quality Events Calendar:
  • Mallorca Quality Events Calendar, Mallorca Spain


Weekly fairs and Markets in Mallorca
  • Monday

    Caimari, Calvià, Lloret de Vistalegre, Manacor, Mancor de la Vall, Montuïri.
    Palma: Plaça Major (handicraft market, except January and February).

  • Tuesday

    Alcúdia, s’Alqueria Blanca, s’Arenal, Artà, Campanet, Galatzó, Llubí, Pina (Algaida), Porreres, Portocolom (Felanitx), Santa Margalida.
    Palma: Can Pastilla, Pere Garau, Santa Catalina.

  • Wednesday

    Andratx (the non-holiday), sa Cabana (Marratxí), Capdepera, Colònia de Sant Jordi, Llucmajor, Petra, Port de Pollença (Pollença), Santanyí, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu, Vilafranca.
    Palma: s’Arenal, es Coll d’en Rabassa, Son Roca.

  • Thursday

    S’Arenal (Llucmajor), Ariany, Calonge (Santanyí), Campos, Consell, Inca, Pòrtol, Ses Salines, Sant Joan, Sant Llorenç des Cardassar.
    Palma: Can Pastilla, Pere Garau, Santa Catalina.

  • Friday

    Algaida, Binissalem, Can Picafort, Inca, Llucmajor, Maria de la Salut, es Pont d’Inca (Marratxí), Son Carrió (Sant Llorenç des Cardassar), Son Ferrer (Calvià), Son Servera.
    Palma: Plaça Major (handicraft market), la Vileta.

  • Saturday

    Alaró, Badia Gran (Llucmajor), Búger, Bunyola, Cala Rajada (Capdepera), Campos, Costitx, Esporles, s’Horta (Felanitx), Lloseta, Magaluf (Calvià), Manacor, Portocolom (Felanitx), Santa Eugènia, Santa Margalida, Santanyí, Sóller.
    Palma: Baratillo (avenues), Pere Garau, Santa Catalina, Son Ferriol, Plaça Major.

  • Sunday

    Alcúdia, Consell, Felanitx, Inca, Llucmajor, Muro, Sa Pobla, Pollença, Portocristo, Santa Maria, Valldemossa.



Palma de Mallorca Annual Traditional Festivities, Fiestas and Folklore

The Balearic Islands have a fantastic variety of archaical traditions borne from their immensely rich and varied history and their strong religious beliefs. Most of them are colourful, musical and interactive providing a perfect spectacle for visitors.

5 January - The Three Kings or Magi (Tres Reyes)
The Three Kings (The Reyes Magos de Orient) arrive at Port Vell in Palma (the old port) at seven in the evening to begin a parade throughout the city.

Februray - Sa Rua
The Carnival parade passing through the center of the city held at the beginning of the month, the last days before La Quaresma (Lent).

20 January - Sant Sebastià
Three weeks of fiestas held in honour of the patron of Palma de Mallorca. On the 19th the “revetle” is celebrated and the streets and squares of the city fill with bonfires and all night concerts.

1 March - Balearic Islands Day (Día de les Illes Balears)
Markets and stalls are set up along the passeo and a traditional market is staged in the Passeig Sagrera. There is also an open door policy at the Consolat de Mar, the seat of the Balearic Government.

Easter - (Pascua) Palm Sunday
Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem is commemorated. The most traditional element of this fiesta is the blessing of the olive branch.

Easter Friday (Viernes Santo)
The Via Crucis de Llorença Moyà is celebrated on the flight of stairs outside Palma Cathedral.

Festa de l’Àngel
This celebrated in the Castillo de Bellver (Bellver Castle) the Sunday after Easter Sunday. From the primitive fiesta in which there was the blessing of bread for ones needs (pancaritat) it has become a reunion of Palma locals celebrating the sharing of food with their neighbours.

24 June - El Corpus
A procession through the historic city centre, followed by hundreds of devout citizens. In the last few years a cultural element has been added and more than 50 courtyards in the city of Palma remain open.

San Juan - Noche de San Juan
“Nit de Foc” is celebrated in the Parque del Mar, below the Palma Cathedral. During the night there are concerts, correfoc (literally “fire run”) and bonfires.

19 August Peregrinación de Sant Bernat
A pilgrimage, dedicated to Santa María, from Plaza de Cort to the Monasterio de la Real. In the Monasterio (Monastery)there is a mass, after which there is a large fiesta with traditional music and dance.

8 September - Mare de Déu de la Salut
Over the space of eight days the city puts on numerous activities catering to all ages and tastes.

October - Desfile de la Beata.
On the third Saturday of the month the citizens of Palma honour Sant Catalina Tomas.

December - Christmas Festivities (Fiestas de Navidad)
The Christmas festivities begin with the official 'turning on' of the lights, which decorate the streets of Palma. They remain on until the 19th of January (Sant Sebastìa). There are itinerary guides for visiting the different nativity scenes around the city.

31 of December - Festa de l’Estendard
The ceremony, on the 31st, takes place around the banner which is positioned in the middle of the square. The façade of the Ayuntamiento (city hall) is adorned with red drapes with the city’s coat of arms, and a portrait of Jaime I. In the middle of the square, the full contingent from the municipal corporation puts up the royal standard and the crest, whilst La Balanguera is played. Afterwards begins a march to La Sede (the central office), led by mounted police, followed by the Tamborers (Drummers) de la Sala, the Cofradía Balear de Cavallers de San Jordi, cavallets and cossiers, the ministers from the Consell de Mallorca, Guardias de Honor (Honour Guard), the Cimera (crest), the Macers de la Sala, the Corporación municipal, the Alcalde (mayor), Jefe de Protocolo, the city’s Jefe de Policía Local, orderlies and the Banda municipal (municipal band).


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