It could be said that Inca is the sum of small details, experiences and moments that make it unique and unforgettable. It is located in the centre of Mallorca, very well connected with Palma and Pollença, and one of the largest towns in Mallorca. Here you can discover gastronomy, craft markets, a unique architectural heritage, emblematic shoe factories and traditional wine cellars, all in the same town.
There are several experiences to be had for anyone visiting Inca. One is to visit its weekly markets. Inca is known throughout the island for its big weekly market on Thursdays. The streets of its historic centre are filled with stalls and stalls where you can buy unique local and kilometre 0 handcrafted products. On Sundays, in Plaça del Bestiar square, there is another market, in this case of local agricultural and food products.
Another interesting experience is to visit the footwear and leather goods factories, as Inca is an industrial centre internationally renowned for the quality of its products and designs. In addition, a visit to one of its well-known cellers or restaurants, where the best wines of the area are paired with the island's traditional gastronomy, is a must.