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The city of Inca, also known as "the capital of Raiguer" or "city of skin" (ciudadd e la pell), has been, since ancient times, one of the commercial points par excellence of the island. Not for nothing, there is one of the most powerful traditional markets on the island: "the market since Thursday" (the market for Thursdays), where hundreds of artisans, farmers and ranchers grow to offer products of all kinds. This market reaches its climax with the celebration of the so-called Dijous Bo, a festival that is celebrated by thousands of Mallorcans who come to the town to enjoy samples and exhibitions of all kinds, attractions, artisan stalls ... that is celebrated in November after 4 fairs previous topics.

But what is really known in Inca internationally is the large number of companies dedicated to the fur industry and, above all, the quality of the products they offer: jackets, footwear, pants ... of traditional and cutting-edge designs.

Also, it is worth mentioning its lively business fabric that, along with a large number of corners and emblematic buildings, makes it a real pleasure to stroll around the city. It is really interesting to visit some spaces such as: the Footwear and Leather Museum (Shoe and Skin Museum), the Serral de les Monges Park, the Church of Santa Maria La Major, the Church and the Cloister of Santo Domingo, the 
Church and the Cloister of Sant Francesc, the Monastery of Sant Bartomeu, the Hermitage of Santa Magdalena, the Plaza de España, the Main Street ...

Another really interesting aspect of Inca is its fabulous Mallorcan gastronomy, which we find in any of its multiple and old "cellars" (wineries), spaces formerly devoted to the elaboration of wine that, over the years, have been converted into restaurants.

And if the city is a reference in many ways, it could not fail to be also in the sport. Inca has a remarkable public and private sports offer to practice any type of sport: pavilions, swimming pools, multidisciplinary tracks, sports fields ... As regards the tournament, we will enjoy the magnificent facilities of CE Constancia, which has several artificial lawns and a large field of natural grass, which is where the games play the first team in the city.


Address: Plaza España, nº 1

Community: Islas Baleares

Population: Inca

Postal code: 07300

Web page: www.incaciutat.com





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