Sa Cabana market in Marrachi offers bouncy castles and children’s activities

Sa Cabana market in Marrachi offers bouncy castles and children's activities

One of the traditional markets in Marrachi, which usually have fewer customers over the summer. Credit: Marrachi Town Hall

On certain dates during the summer, the Sa Cabana market in Marrachi, Mallorca, will set up activities and games for children to encourage families to visit the area.

The Marrachi Town Hall, through its Department of Economic Promotion and Commerce, has launched a campaign to encourage shoppers to visit the local Sa Cabana market during the summer.

On July 27 and August 10 and 24 (all Wednesdays), a children’s area with bouncy castles and other activities will be set up in the market square between 8am and 12 noon to encourage families to visit the market while the children have school holidays. Children and their families are also invited to discover the variety and quality of the municipality’s local commerce, as well as to see all the ‘zero-kilometre’ products on offer.

The councillor for Economic Promotion and Commerce, Jero Sans, hopes that the campaign “will serve both to help local commerce and to allow children to discover the excellent and varied products we have in our markets”.

Marrachi’s Sa Cabana market campaign also aims to increase mobility in the area to compensate for the drop in customers that tends to occur at traditional markets during the summer months.

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