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Fiestas in Mallorca (Majorca)

Posted by on February 3, 2022


Calendar of Fiestas in Mallorca, Something for Everyone!

The sense of community, history, culture and religion of Mallorca culminate throughout the year with many events, celebrations and fiestas in Mallorca. You’ll find local events and fairs, particularly in the rural areas, beginning from April, and June sees the opening of the tourist resorts hosting many special events and parties. Throughout July markets tend to run later into the evening and there are events such as open air cinema screenings. There’s something going on every weekend across the summer, and moving towards Autumn there are many harvest and food related festivals, followed by the Christmas markets in December. Here’s a taste of some of our favorites!

Fiestas in Mallorca – January

  • Three Kings Celebration (Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos) – floats and the three wise men form a procession to celebrate The Epiphany
  • Sant Antoni – celebrating the patron saint of animals and rural life
  • Festes de Sant Sebastia, Patron Saint of Palma – lots of activities in one of Palma’s biggest festivals. Click here to view dates and details of activities.

Fiestas in Mallorca – February

  • Darrers Dies – held on the weekend before lent begins across the island, there’s a mix of games and processions

Fiestas in Mallorca – March

  • Easter Celebrations – from blessings on palm Sunday, parades on Easter Thursday through to services and gatherings on Good Friday and Easter Sunday, there is always much celebration around Easter time on Mallorca

Fiestas in Mallorca – April

  • Fira del Fang – Pottery fair in Marratxi
  • Pollensa Wine Fair – usually in the third week of April

Fiestas in Mallorca – May

  • Palma International Boat Show – the first week of May
  • Moros i Cristians – Soller’s pirate festival in early May, a well known, lively event
  • Medieval Fair, Capdepera – held on the 3rd weekend of May, you’ll find traditional costumes, plenty of music, stalls, food and entertainment
  • Cala d’Or Jazz Festival – held in late May or early June

Fiestas in Mallorca – June

  • Nit de Foc – taking place on the eve of Midsummer with bonfires and fireworks displays, this is one of Palma’s most popular festivals
  • Sant Pere Fiesta – late June sees fishing boat processions in Palma, Port d’Andratx and Port d’Alcudia

Fiestas in Mallorca – July

  • Inca Jazz Festival – runs throughout July
  • Deia International Music Festival – runs throughout July
  • Pollenca Classical Music & Arts Festival – runs throughout July
  • Verge del Carma – a fishermen’s fiesta in the likes of Puerto Pollenca and Porto Cristo
  • Sá Mostra International Folklore Festival – a bi-annual music and dance festival towards the end of July held in Sóller
  • La Patrona Festival – a big festival in Pollenca in late July, early August

Fiestas in Mallorca – August

  • Sa Pobla Jazz Festival – in the first week of August
  • Sant Salvador Festival – Arta holds a festival with a varied programme of events
  • Pollenca Music Festival – classical music and arts festival throughout August
  • Summer Classical Music Concerts – in Andratx throughout August
  • Deia International Music Festival – throughout August
  • Festes de Santa Maria del Mar, Cala d’Or – first two weeks of August
  • Mare de Deu d’Agost Fiesta, C’an Picafort – a summer beach festival
  • Sant Bartomeu Fiesta – one of Mallorca’s oldest festival
  • Sant Agusti Fiesta – summer festival in late August with various festivities

Fiestas in Mallorca – September

  • Festivities of King Jaume I, Santa Ponsa – commemorates the landing of King Jaume I in Mallorca with popular mock battles and activities
  • Alcudia Jazz Festival – Throughout September
  • Deia International Music Festival – Throughout September
  • Beer Festivals in Palma and S’Arenal
  • Mare de Déu de la Salut – floral celebration in Palma
  • Nit de l’Art in Palma – on the 3rd Thursday of September many private art galleries open their doors to the public
  • Fiesta des Vermar, Binissalem – in the last week of September this famous wine-making town holds a food and drink style festival
  • Classical Music Festival in Port de Soller – end of September

Fiestas in Mallorca – October

  • Classic Music Festival, Port de Soller – throughout October
  • Alcudia Fira – an agricultural fair on the first weekend in October
  • Sobrassada Fair – a sausage festival in Campos
  • Colcada de la Beata, Palma – a colourful parade through the streets of Palma on the third Saturday of October
  • Llucmajor Fair – arts and crafts, horse shows and live music
  • Inca Agricultural Fair – usually runs for three weekends

Fiestas in Mallorca – November

  • Handicrafts & Artesan Fair, Pollenca – fabulous arts and crafts fair in Pollenca
  • Dijous Bo, Inca – Mallorca’s most important agricultural fair
  • Wine Fair, Santa Maria del Camí – last weekend of November
  • Autumn Fair, Sa Pobla – the last weekend of November

Fiestas in Mallorca – December

  • Partridge & Agricultural Fair – a game fair in Montuiri
  • Ano Nuevo New Year’s Eve Celebrations – fireworks displays, music and dancing can be found all over the island

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