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Why go to Inca?

Inca holidays have an authentic Majorcan flavour that is often missing from the more popular seaside resorts. It is the ideal choice for those who wish to combine relaxing days on the beach with sightseeing and exploration of the island. There are many sightseeing opportunities in the area and Palma, a little over twenty miles away is easily reached by bus.


Who is Inca popular with?

Inca holidays are popular with couples of all ages. They appeal to those with an interest in history, and in cycling and walking in the area. The coast is easily accessed for those who wish to intersperse their holiday with days on the beach.


When to go to Inca

Inca holidays can be taken from April to the end of October. Temperatures rise from twenty to the low thirties at the height of summer. Early and late season, when the weather is more temperate, are popular times for walkers, cyclists and sightseers.


Inca - The place

Inca holidays take you twenty three miles north east of Palma, to a bustling town with a good economy supported by a combination of agriculture, tourism and the manufacture of leather.

It is a town with a long history and there are a number of buildings that are well worth visiting. If you are energetic you can climb the hill to the Sanctuary of St. Magdalena which was founded in the thirteenth century and was restored at the end of the last century. The visitor is rewarded by wonderful panoramic views.

Inca holidays are ideal for those who wish to combine sightseeing with walking or cycling in the countryside as well as occasional trips to the sandy beaches of the north east or the south coast.

Inca accommodation provides for all budgets and its restaurants, serving everything from traditional island fare to fast foods and international cuisine, cater for all tastes. The provision of shops is excellent and of course there is the large Thursday market where you can search for your Inca holiday bargains. If greater choice is needed you can take the bus to Palma.

If you wish to make the most of your Inca holiday, car hire is recommended.


Inca nightlife

Inca nightlife is fairly low key. Although there are a number of lively bars Inca is not a resort that parties into the early hours. There are many fine traditional restaurants where you can spend a pleasant evening in the company of family and friends.


Inca shopping

Inca has a great supply of shops, second only to Palma on the island. The famous Thursday market is a great place to haggle over your gifts and souvenirs. Popular purchases include leather goods manufactured locally, embroidered linens, pottery, basketry and jewellery. If even greater choice is needed, take the bus to Palma where you'll find a host of fashion boutiques and specialist shops.


Inca Eating

Inca is well known for its fine restaurants that serve a wide variety of cuisine that caters for all tastes. If you are new to the flavours of Spain, order tapas and you will be given a selection of tasty morsels which will surely delight your taste buds. Local wines are as pleasing to the palate as they are to the pocket. Children are always made very welcome and their tastes and portion sizes are usually accommodated.