This emblematic enclave of Ciutat, the Parc de la Mar, hosts the fair dedicated to local produce and gastronomy, ‘Be Palma’. It closes its doors on Sunday the 7th of May

‘Be Palma’ is an exhibition centred on gastronomy and local produce where you can enjoy eating, drinking and good music. The fair is located in Palma’s Parc de la Mar. And it can be visited until Sunday the 7th of May, Mother’s Day.

Booths at the ‘Be Palma’ fair

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Image of the ‘Be Palma’ celebration. Photo: facebook ‘Be Palma’.

The fair has eleven stands offering different types of drinks – such as soft drinks, beer, wine and natural fruit juices, among others.

Likewise, there are also nine other stands where visitors can sample different culinary proposals. These range from the most traditional ones such as ‘llonguets’, ‘cocas’ or bread with ‘sobrasada’, to options such as hamburgers, pizzas or ‘porc negre’ sandwiches made with local produce.

The only way to pay at the ‘Be Palma’ stalls is by means of a token, which can be purchased at the ticket booths at a price of €1 each.

For example, among the establishments that can be found at the fair are Es Born Events, Comercial Inca, José Luis Ferrer, Es porc negre, Cervecistas, Pizzas cool, Merendero Minyones 1948, Mallorca Juice, Rubén Palacios, the Consell Regulador IGP Sobrassada de Mallorca.

Concert Programme

In addition, during each day of the fair, the musical programme takes centre stage. Between 1 pm and 4 pm Lady Gosya will be playing a music session, and from 6 pm to 9 pm it will be the turn of Martin Ubutz.

As for the last weekend, on Saturday the 6th of May from 9 pm to 11 pm there will be a ‘Flower Power’ night with the music of Jaume Colombàs.

Everything about ‘Be Palma’ can be consulted on its website at