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About Lloseta
One of the smallest municipalities on the stunning island of Mallorca, Lloseta is centrally located and boasts impressive scenery as well as world-class cuisine. Just 22 miles northeast of the capital, Palma, and neighboring the larger, cultural town of Inca, our vacation rentals in Lloseta put you in the artisanal heart of the island and close to everything you could want to visit. 

Things to Do in Lloseta

Known primarily for its industrial history (it used to be a mining town and cement is a huge export), Lloseta has grown to become more all-encompassing, and is especially renowned for its shoemaking. Spend your days perusing local booths and vendors for unique souvenirs. 

Lloseta is also home to several delicious restaurants known as cellers (old wine cellars turned gastronomic centers). Santi Taura and Celler Can Carrossa are particularly well respected. 

Explore some of the burial caves, which offer glimpses into the island's prehistoric past, in Corral des Porcs and Can Patos, or head to Inca at which you'll find one of Mallorca's largest weekly markets at Placa d'Espanya. Inca is known as the "City of Leather", and you'll find one-of-a-kind belts and leather jackets here as well as unique jewelry to bring home to loved ones. 

Lloseta Day Trips

Majorca is renowned for its delicious cuisine, but it also has incredible wine to discover. Wine has been cultivated here since 1200 B.C. and the island is home to two D.O.-designated and two regionally-designated wine regions. Binissalem plays host to 13 wineries and Pla i Llevant is home to 13 more. Try lesser known varietals such as Manto Negro, Callet, and Fogoneu. Mallorca Wine Tours can take you throughout the island, tasting some of the best vino around. 

The location of our vacation rentals on the southern slopes of the Serra de Tramuntana means ample access to tons of hiking and exploration. A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Serra de Tramuntanas offer a splendid example of natural beauty and rich culture. There are many fiestas, festivals, and museums you can explore in this incredible area—not to mention the cliff sides, trails, and spectacular beaches of Alcúdia a short drive north.

Palma, the capital of Mallorca, is bustling with loads of restaurants, bars, and museums. Get your urban fix here for a night or two enjoying the nightlife or head to any of the famous beaches and soak up the sunshine.
For sunshine, shopping, and sightseeing, our vacation rentals in Lloseta are a fantastic base for your adventures on the beautiful Balearic Islands
Photo Credit: Robert Brands via Flickr