Love shopping and food? Mallorca's third largest town, Inca, is famed for both. Known as the 'city of leather,’ you’ll find an array of leather goods on offer at one of the biggest and oldest markets on the island, or at one of the delightful shops in the town. You can even arrange to go on a leather factory tour. Amongst designer-label shops and modern boutiques you’ll find established traditional bakeries and delis selling the finest olive oils and ensaimadas with mouthwatering fillings such as angel’s hair (pumpkin) or crème de caramel.
Inca is fantastic if you’re a foodie, and an outing to one of the traditional, cosy celler restaurants, which are essentially basement (cellar) restaurants in some of Inca’s oldest buildings is a must-do. Here you’ll find traditional Mallorcan fare, ready to be washed down with a refreshing local wine – a real treat. Or visit a café on your stroll down Carrer Major to Placa de Santa Maria Major – Inca’s main square with lovely cafe terraces and a view of the historic Parish Church of the same name.