Top ChoiceViewpoint in Inca

Ermita de Santa Magdalena

For extraordinary views, make the pilgrimage to this hermitage with 13th-century origins, which sits astride the Puig de Santa Magdalena (307m). From the little chapel, your gaze will take in the full sweep of...

Top ChoiceMediterranean in Inca

Joan Marc Restaurant

A total contrast to Inca's dark and traditional cellers is this light, imaginative restaurant. The minimalist decor is softened by nature-themed design touches like tree trunk coat hangers and almond shells....

Top ChoiceMallorcan in Inca

Celler Ca'n Amer

Refinements to Mallorcan classics are the hallmark of Tomeu Torrens, who slings the pans at this lively celler, rustically charming with its wooden beams and huge wine barrels. The house speciality is lamb...

Shoes in Inca

ReCamper

Snag a bargain at Camper's factory outlet, which does a brisk trade in seconds and end-of-lines.

Mallorcan in Inca

Celler Ca'n Ripoll

Delve down to this enormous, cathedral-like 18th-century celler, with a high-beamed ceiling resting on a series of stone arches. On the menu are hearty island specialities like the superb roast suckling pig...

Convent in Inca

Claustre de Sant Domingo

The last Dominican convent to be founded in Mallorca, Claustre de Sant Domingo is notable for its baroque architecture. Attached to the 17th-century convent-church of the same name, it was built in 1730, used as...

Market in Inca

Mercat d'Inca

Sprawling over most of the town centre, Inca's Thursday market is one of the biggest on the island, with hundreds of stalls doing a brisk trade in everything from honey and herbs to ceramics, flowers, fabrics and...

Cultural in Inca

Dijous Bo

The town's biggest shindig is on the third Thursday in November, with processions, livestock competitions, sporting events, a fun fair and concerts.

Mallorcan in Inca

Celler Sa Travessa

With a chattering indoor fountain, and every nook crammed with Mallorcan rural emphemera, this celler is big on old-school atmosphere, as you'd expect from a place in business since 1878. The menu is all...

Church in Inca

Església de Santa Maria Major

Inca's baroque church stands proud on Plaça de Santa Maria Major. Its greatest treasure is a Gothic retable of Santa Maria d’Inca, painted in 1373 by the early Mallorcan artists Joan Daurer.

Shoes in Inca

Barrats

Barrats has been hand-making shoes since the days of Queen Victoria. Its flagship store, in Inca, also sells jackets and luggage.

Shoes in Inca

Lottusse Outlet

An elder statesman of Inca's famed leatherworking tradition, Lottusse makes upmarket shoes, clothing, bags and other accessories.

Shoes in Inca

Ballco

The factory outlet of this long-standing shoe manufacturer offers a cheaper way to pick up its handmade leather footwear.

Fashion & Accessories in Inca

Munper

Munper's factory outlet is a cornucopia of bags, belts, shoes, clothes and accessories.