The Thursday morning market in Inca is the biggest on the island, and wandering through it feels like the stalls might go on forever. At first glance, it seems as though there are mostly stalls selling cheap tat, but on further inspection there are plenty of quality goods, too – the market is so huge that it can take a while to get your bearings and figure out which sections are better than others. The artisan craft stalls are generally very good and have wooden items, baskets, olive oil and delicious deli-style foods. Inca is famous for its leather goods, so there is an abundance of stalls selling shoes and bags. Both tourists and locals come here to shop, with many people arriving by train from Palma, which is an easy (and cheap) half-hour journey.
HOURS: Mon–Sat: 8am–2:30pm, Wed–Fri: 8am–8pm
Mercat D’Inca SL, Calle Pau, 0, Inca, Mallorca, Spain, +34 971 50 57 45