Inca is a small town in Mallorca, known for its wine cellars and its leather goods.
The town was a mass producer of wine from the 17th to 19th centuries. Leather tanning and craftsmanship are also linked to Inca. The old wine cellars are now largely used for serving traditional Mallorcan cuisine and local wines.
Inca lies half way up the motorway from Palma to Alcudia at the foot of the Tramuntana mountain range. The town is easily accessible by car and train from Palma.
Inca offers beautiful architecture in the town centre and a large and colourful Thursday market.
Mallorca’s biggest autumn fair is held in Inca. Dijous Bo was originally an agricultural fair which now includes live music, fireworks and all-night parties!
The main square of Placa d’Espana is home to the town hall and the Spanish steps, plus a choice of cafes. The Museum of footwear and leather exhibits machinery and other objects which relate to the leather industry in Inca.
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