Sites of Interest in Inca

San Bartolome Convent

It is located in the Es Raiguer region, in the interior of the island. Inca is among the first cities on the island in terms of number of inhabitants. Historically, the municipality had Talayotic settlements that continued to be inhabited during Roman rule, until the s. V. In Islamic times it was called 'Inkàn', and some vestiges remain of the Arab presence, such as the 'sinies' and the 'ganats' or 'foggara', different systems for drawing underground water. The rise of the town began at the beginning of the 20th century, when, favored by the train and the installation of a gas factory, the first industries in the leather sector appeared, mainly aimed at footwear. In Inca there is a market every Thursday, considered one of the most important in Mallorca.

Church Santa Maria la Major

Temple built on an old site, here lay the Parish Church of Santa María de Inca from the year 1248. The current church, from the Baroque period, is the third to be built (1706-1893). It has a single nave finished in a semicircular apse. It is covered by a half-pointed vault with stained glass. The most interesting part is the side door presided over by the image of the Mother of God of the Angels. The bell tower (16th-17th centuries), separated from the main façade, predates the current church. It is quadrangular, with a pointed door and is made of stone.

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Can Monroig gallery

The peculiarity of this house is that it is suspected that it was built on an old Jewish quarter, due to the remains that have been found during its renovations. A couple of restorers were in charge of its remodeling, turning it into a kind of cave, with a multitude of works of art, furniture, sculptures and decorative objects, all of them very curious and belonging to different regions of the world.

Plaza España

It is a perfect place to enjoy a typical Mallorcan dish in one of its restaurants and as a starting point to do your shopping, since in the surrounding streets you will find many shops of all kinds.

San Bartolomé Convent

Convento de San Bartolomé

Address:

Carrer de ses Monges, 144, 07300 Inca, Illes Balears

 

Descripción

It is located in the region of Es Raiguer, in the interior of the island. Inca is among the first cities of the island in terms of number of inhabitants. Historically the municipality had Talayotic settlements that continued to be inhabited during the Roman domination, until the s. V. In Islamic times it was called 'Inkàn', and from the Arab presence there are some vestiges, such as the 'sinies' and the 'ganats' or 'foggara', different systems to extract the underground water. The boom of the town began in the early twentieth century, when, favored by the train and the installation of a gas factory, appeared the first industries in the leather sector, mainly focused on footwear. In Inca there is a market every Thursday, considered one of the most important in Mallorca.
 

Church of Santa Maria la Major
Iglesia parroquial de Santa Maria la Major

Address:

Plaça Santa Maria la Major, 1, 07300 Inca, Illes Balears

Descripcion

Temple built on an old site, here lay the Parish of Santa María de Inca in 1248. The current church, Baroque period, is the third that is built (1706-1893). It has a single nave finished in a semicircular apse. It is covered by a half-pointed vault with stained glass windows.
The most interesting part is the side door presided by the image of the Mother of God of the Angels.
The bell tower (16th-17th century), separated from the main facade, predates the work of the current church.
It is quadrangular, with an ogival door and made of stone.

 

Can Monroig Gallery

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Carrer de Can Valella, 22, 07300 Inca, Illes Balears

Descripción

The peculiarity of this house is that it is suspected that it was built on an old Jewish quarter, due to the remains that have been found during its renovations. A couple of restorers were in charge of its remodeling, turning it into a kind of cave, with a multitude of works of art, furniture, sculptures and decorative objects, all of them very curious and belonging to different regions of the world.

 


 

Plaza España
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Address: 

Carrer de Can Valella, 22, 07300 Inca, Illes Balears

Descripción

It is a perfect place to enjoy a typical Mallorcan dish in one of its restaurants and as a starting point to do your shopping, since in the surrounding streets you will find many shops of all kinds.

 


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