Incredible Inca Holidays
Located at the heart of the beautiful island of Majorca, Inca holidays may not transport you to the idyllic coast that this Balearic Island is so famous for, but it will reveal to visitors a wonderful and authentic impression of traditional life on the island. Majorca has long served as a paradisiacal family holiday destination, offering excitement and entertainment by the sea across a number of vibrant or tranquil resorts, exciting the kids and relaxing the parents.
Inca however serves the other side of the coin, appeasing culture vultures and holidaymakers looking to experience a slice of traditional Majorcan or Spanish livelihood, away from the tourist-driven areas of the island found towards the sand and sea. Holidays to Inca will allow you to delve into the authenticity of a typical working town of Majorca, famed for its leather industry and bustling market, this is Majorcan livelihood at its rawest form.
Traditional Majorcan Life
Inca is the third-largest town on the island, so you can expect decent infrastructure and plenty of avenues for entertainment and indulgence during your stay in the town, whether in the form of a wonderful, local restaurant or a range of fantastic shops. Leather is the word in Inca, with the town famed for its industry, so expect to encounter a number of shops and vendors selling leather products at decent prices – perfect for souvenirs to take home from your Inca holidays. One of the best places to splash a little cash in the town is at the fantastic market held every Thursday. The market is one of the largest on the island, invading the streets around Placa d’Espanya. You can expect to encounter leather, jewellery, carvings, lace and fresh food products, while the square itself is inundated with flowers and plants.
Besides the fantastic local experiences you can immerse yourself in during your stay in Inca, the town is also home to some impressive landmarks for your camera to capture. The Santa Maria la Major church towers high above the town, while the pretty and picturesque Orient Square provides a fantastic setting for some unrivalled people watching. If you fancy a daytrip or two during your holidays to Inca, hit the coast or some ancient history. Can Picafort is one of the most desirable nearby destinations, offering unprecedented beach bliss to those looking to get some z’s in on the sand, while those seeking more history and culture would be greatly rewarded in a trip to Alcudia, a historic city boasting a beautiful old town surrounded by medieval walls.