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About Inca

Located on the gorgeous island of Mallorca, our vacation rentals in Inca are the perfect way for adventurous travelers to experience the best of Spanish living. Ideal for older, more sophisticated visitors, these are some of the best rentals for a quiet getaway with your spouse, grown children, or dearest friends. 

Here on Mallorca, it’s all about luxury and refinement – celebrities like Rafael Nadal, Claudia Schiffer, and Andrew Lloyd-Webber choose to spend their free time in luxurious homes on the island, and lovers of fine leather work find exceptional craftsmanship and luxurious goods to bring home as gifts to lucky family and friends.

Where is Inca, Spain?

Inca can be found on the island Mallorca, the biggest of the three gorgeous Balearic Islands in the Balearic Sea off the east coast of Spain. The town is centrally-located between the capital Palma and Alucida. It's easy to rent a car or use the affordable public transit and take the train from Palma. You can take the ferry from nearby coastal destinations like the stunning Javea or epicenter of Barcelona, or hop on a quick flight from Valencia, Barcelona, Madrid, and many other major Spanish cities. Escape to Inca for fewer crowds and unmatched privacy. 

Shopping in Inca, Spain

Known as the “City of Leather,” gorgeous Inca is known for fabulous footwear and leather goods. Home to brands like Camper, Barrats, Lotusse, George’s, Farrutx, Munper, Asinca, and many more, vacationers who have their eye on a little taste of luxury will love it here. Our Inca vacation rentals are a short distance from the weekly market, where you can browse these genuine leather goods to your heart’s content.

Dining in Inca, Spain

Spanish cuisine is known around the world for being hearty and delicious. Try out some of the best restaurants in Inca. Popular local favorites like Celler Can Amer or Celler Ca'n Ripoll are tucked into old wine cellars for a true Old World feel. These unique eateries serve traditional Mallorcan dishes like sopes, mallorquines, and tombet for an authentic Spanish dining experience. 

Things to Do in Inca, Spain

Schedule your visit to Inca around a Thursday to experience the sights, sounds, and tastes at the weekly Inca Market, where the streets near Placa d’Espanya are filled with stalls with leather goods, jewelry, carved wood, lace, and delectable local food.

In the autumn, visit Inca for Dijous Bo (“Good Friday”) for multiple exhibitions, musical acts, drinking, dancing, and a stunning fireworks show! 

Day Trips from Inca, Spain

A stay in Spain isn’t complete without a little exploring! Make your way out of town to a charming hill village nearby – quaint Lloseta, ancient Selva, and Macor de la Vall are all great destinations for adventurous travelers who want to experience the Spanish countryside. Bikers will love the rolling hills and scenic pathways. 

Very few tourists, plenty of fantastic things to do, and no hotels whatsoever make Inca a fabulous destination for experiencing genuine, unfiltered Spanish culture. Don’t miss out on the chance to stay in one of our delightful vacation rentals during your next Spanish getaway. 

Photo Credit: Robert Steinhofel via Flickr