Santa Maria del Cami
A trip to the Sunday market
Colourful and in the heart of the action.
Santa Maria del Camí is a municipality in the northwest of the Balearic Island of Majorca with around 8,000 inhabitants.
It is the hub of Majorcan craftsmanship and traditional winegrowing areas such as the Macia Batle winery; impressive and traditional from Santa Maria to Binissalem.
The municipality consists of old stone fincas with a nostalgic village centre. The stunning Coanegra Valley is popular with hikers. And for those who are just looking for an easygoing walk, the first section of the trail is ideal. Every Sunday between 9 am and 1:30 pm, this sleepy little village is transformed into a bustling market town.
At over 500 different market stalls, regional products such as fish, sausages, cheese and wine are offered alongside flowers, fruit and vegetables. Several stall exhibitors offer fabrics, shoes, handbags, jewellery and much more.
CULTURE & SURROUNDING AREA
Here with us, you’re just 12 km away from Palma de Mallorca with all its cultural attractions, boutiques and restaurants.
Eat and drink your way around Majorca.
Majorca has more than 3,000 restaurants: tapas bars, cellar restaurants, tourist-oriented and sophisticated eateries. Not all of them, but many, are true to their roots, featuring local cuisine that is characterised by a rural spirit. Majorca is a paradise for gourmets of all kinds - here are Antonia’s tips:
Let yourself be inspired by our ideas.
What’s more, Antonias Finca Agroturismo offers several options for renting the entire finca with package deals.
The following are popular here:
Workshops for yoga, burnout, nutrition, health, cosmetics, etc.