Inca is a busy working town in the heart of Majorca at the foot of the of Serra de Tramuntana mountains and is halfway between Palma and Alcúdia. Often overlooked, it is worth a visit for a glimpse into the real Majorca as it’s not a typical tourist town.
Inca is famous for its leather industry and is home to Camper, the well-known shoe manufacturer. The town is also known for its boutiques and leather markets and prices can often be a little cheaper than the capital Palma.
Inca is well located with good transport links making it a convenient base to explore the island. It is surrounded by some wonderful quaint hill villages that are worth a visit including Caimari and Selva to the north, Mancor de la Vall to the northwest and Biniamar and Loseta to the west.