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Our first visit to Inca and not our last. Must be the largest on Mallorca. Having been to Sineu the day before Inca was a real change, extensive stalls with room to move round not squashed together like Sineu. We arrived just after 9 and...More
This market is one of the mafor street markets in Mallorca and as such takes place every Thursday morning, winter and summer alike. The many and varied stalls shoot off in any direction they can and virtually take over the town centre. Well worth a...More
Thursday market perfect for a spot of bargain hunting selling everything from souvenirs to treats for yourself. Particularly good for leather goods. Closes around 2pm so get there early and then enjoy some lunch in one of the many little restaurants or cafes.
Visited mid September.
Let’s face it, you can’t go away without visiting a market, despite being dragged round so many as a kid, I felt I needed to find one and go anyway.
We had a rental car and parking it was surprisingly easy despite...More
I would rate this is a "must visit" place for those staying in the north of the Island.
A huge variety of stalls every Thursday selling fashion, cheaper than at resorts; trinkets and ornaments; and food for those staying self-catering accommodation. It is a haven...More
Made a change from the beach. Morning out up to the market just a 45 minute drive away. However its all the same stuff you get in resort more expensive if you can't be bothered to Barter for it. Leather goods and baseball caps were...More
Getting there from Palma: a clean airconditioned train from the main station for only 2,95 Euros! (Remember to save the ticket all the way, you need to scan it to exit the station in Inca)
The market opens att 0900, and the first stands are...More