Located in a town known for its traditions, some 40 kilometres (24 miles) inland from Palma, this market has been held since the 14th century, and has been a rural icon of Majorca as well as a stronghold of the island's livestock industry. That business isn't what it once was, but still, this market has kept its traditional roots in terms of produce, foodstuffs, and traditional crafts. You'll see what we mean by driving up here any Wednesday morning. The cattle component is back in force the first Sunday in May when the Sa Fira agricultural fair is held here.
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