Inca Street Market
Inca Street Market
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Thursday
8:00 AM - 1:30 PM

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phoebe
England, UK6 contributions
Oct 2023 • Family
Inca Market was very pretty and popular. I’ve marked it three stars for 2 reasons.
• This market was very nice, however, sells the majority of the same things you can find in tourist shops, but more expensive. I would still say it’s worth a visit because there’s lots of fresh fruit and flowers for sale at extremely cheap prices, and the aesthetics of the market are beautiful.
• There’s metal clips used to hold up the fabric surrounding the marquees. One stall I visited had yet to clip up the sides, meanings the clips were swinging a little in the wind. My mum and I visited on a slightly windy day and my mum got hit in the face by one of these clips, cutting her face a little. The owners of the stall were very attentive and helpful, however, the cut wasn’t bad enough to need medical attention. Make sure you watch out for these clips!
Written 3 February 2024
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Mike1717
Christchurch, UK58 contributions
Oct 2023 • Couples
This is huge market winding through the streets of Inca, so there is lots of walking. Enormous range of goods and produce o offer, all to be haggled for.
Written 19 October 2023
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Milena K
3 contributions
Oct 2023 • Family
Market worths to be visited, but organised trips spend too much time picking up from hotel and no much time left for the market. In our case only 1.5 hour
Written 15 October 2023
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Jenna T
Morden, UK43 contributions
Sept 2023 • Family
Lovely town, lots of shops and the market on a Thursday goes all round the town so gives you a chance to explore. Great way to spend the morning
Written 9 September 2023
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Fleur's mum
Bridlington, UK44 contributions
Sept 2023 • Couples
We had intended to visit Arta today but missed the bus. Rather glad we did because having taken a chance to come to Inca, we were rewarded by being able to visit the beautiful church. So many churches are closed so we were delighted to find the Inca one open .... be aware though it us only open on Thursday mornings.
Had a good coffee at the cafe directly opposite the door.
Written 6 September 2023
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Peter
Almere, The Netherlands3 contributions
Sept 2022 • Couples
Very large market. Nice shops too. Visit the leather museum. {Entrance is free of charge).
Inca used to be, number 1 in leather products, like shoes and bags.
Only Thursday. Be there early. It's finished at 14:00
Written 24 September 2022
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guannyeu
Cambridge, UK86 contributions
Jul 2022
We hadn't been to a market during our time in Mallorca, and decided to head to Inca on its weekly Thursday market day.

Parking is naturally a bit of an issue if you don't know exactly where you're heading, and when the streets are already busy with earlier market-goers, but we managed to park in the car park of the Mercadona supermarket in town (we needed to go there as well), which gave us quick and easy access to the market.

The market itself was a bit of a jumble. Although Inca is supposed to be famous for its leather goods, a lot of it was imitation, offering knock-off Louis Vuitton, D&G etc, rather than local leather. Most of it was cheap toy stalls, tourist tat stalls, woven products, clothing (though much of it was the same) and underwear stalls. In an hour of walking around (and occasionally dragging one small child and cajoling a grumpy bigger child), we didn't find much to write home about.

There was one nice ceramics stall (though we'd have struggled to take them home on a flight!), one stall selling products made from olive wood, and a few fruit and vegetable stalls selling local produce near the church, but they were very much the exceptions in an otherwise pretty forgettable market.

Ah well. Next time, we'll head to Sant Joan or maybe Sineu.

The only real benefit of visiting was finding the Antigua Casa Delante on Calle Mayor (see separate review ;))
Written 31 July 2022
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Robert F
Lincoln, UK130 contributions
Sept 2021
Be brave and have a haggle, they expect it and respect you for the interaction. Huge bags of Pistachio nuts was my favourite buy and lots of fresh local produce
Written 1 April 2022
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Ruhskis
Vail, CO583 contributions
Nov 2019
This weekly Thursday market is much more than for food--lots of things to be had, especially leather goods (I got some slippers) and clothing that is stylish and affordable. It's a wonderful excursion from Palma, an easy drive right off the motorway. Did a good bit of Christmas shopping here.
Written 12 December 2019
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norman_white
Evesham, UK111 contributions
Oct 2019
It's a spread out market full of generic items of little interest. Nothing of a local market i.e. no local cheeses or wines just lots of cheap touristy goods for all the tourists that visit: items that could (and should) be bought elsewhere. very dissappointing.
Written 27 November 2019
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