Inca is the third largest town in Mallorca with 30,000 inhabitants and is known as the leather capital of the island, Inca boasts its historic footwear manufacturing tradition and its small workshops that are still open in the town. The legendary Mallorcan brand Camper has its main outlet shop here.
In recent years, this town has undergone major reforms and projects. For example, the streets in downtown are now for pedestrians, perfect for strolling around observing the buildings and traditional squares of its historical center.
For example, in downtown there is the main church Santa María la Mayor, which is a must stop for people interested in Mallorcan culture. Being a large town, it is normal to find different convents and monasteries.
In this same area you will find the ‘celler’, small restaurants that offer local dishes, ideal to discover the gastronomic culture of the island. However one of the main attractions in Inca is its weekly market on Thursdays.
The population of Inca is formed by a great international community that hosts everyone from English to German citizens. Being such a developed city, there is a wide variety of renovated flats and houses.
The majority of this international population is distributed around Inca, more than in the town itself. Manacor de la Vall, Selva and Lloseta are the towns in the area with a more rural and relaxed atmosphere.
In Inca there are two zones: the reformed area of Inca and the oldest one that conserves its old facilities. Both of them have a wide range of properties at different prices. Of course, these houses are smaller than the large farms that are located in the vicinity.