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Weekly Market

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Shaun A wrote a review Jul 2019
8 contributions7 helpful votes
Mostly fruit and veg ,odd clothes stall ,but mostly catering for Spanish people or self catering families
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Phil T wrote a review Sep 2016
Gloucester, United Kingdom79 contributions21 helpful votes
We decided to visit this market but was disappointed as there was only about 10 stalls of which 4 were fruit and veg, it may be that it was late in the year and not so many stalls were there,although the main square where it was held is not that big
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Kelly M wrote a review Jun 2014
35 contributions19 helpful votes
We came to Inca Market today with a prearranged Thomson's excursion. From Sa Coma (Marjorca) it takes about a 50 mins drive. We were advised about the pick pockets, but luckily we came back with everything intact. The stalls are nearly arranged in small side streets and they go on on for a good length in all directions. There is a really good range of everything. In between the stalls there are many places to sit and have a drink and a light bite. I recommend Cafe Mercantil, a bit like a Spanish version of Betty's Team room In York, England. We got three hot drinks, a sandwich, and 4 cup cakes for 10euros. Very reasonable. Unfortunately we only had two hours here, but you could easily make a day of it, there is so much to see. The market holders were not as pushy as I thought they would be, so it makes for a pleasant walk around.
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Harleylover00 wrote a review Jun 2013
15 contributions14 helpful votes
the market was good for tourists to get a few souveniers like bracelets and magnets for people and to get some food.
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Date of experience: July 2012
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Ben9Copenhagen wrote a review Jan 2012
Jaegerspris, Denmark126 contributions31 helpful votes
It was a nice market with different local stuff. Also clothes and shoes, jewels and so on....
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Date of experience: September 2011
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