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Surrounded by vineyards, Sa Vinya des Convent - Hotel Bodega offers accommodations with a pool in Inca, in the heart of the island of Mallorca. Gorgeous property, amazing vintage decoration, great views of the vineyard...Yummy breakfast with delicious coffee (great nespresso machine, loved it). They thought of all the small details that count! (including high quality soap, shampoo, linen, etc) Really enjoyed our stay! felt really pampered
Can Moscari is a detached villa set in Inca and featuring a garden with an outdoor pool. Guests benefit from terrace. There are many things about Can Moscari that are truly excellent. It was easy to find and sits within an easy ride of almost everything interesting in Mallorca. Palma is a half an hour away, so is the LLuc monastery, which sits in the heart of the Sierra de Tramuntana. Top notch hiking also 30 minutes away, as are pretty much the east, west, south and north ends of the island. Grocery stores are nearby, as are two excellent factory outlet stores (Camper and Kollflex), selling high-end leather shoes and goods for excellent prices. The location is convenient but not a main destination in and of itself (unlike Palma or Soller, for example), but the setting is phenomenal. The house sits on a large property, surrounded by two sets of fences. The one closer to the house includes the pool area, a real well, and many fruit trees, including oranges, apricots, kumquat. The larger area around the house is home to a flock of sheep that move around and provide delightful distraction if you're just whiling away the day around the house. There are also olive trees and bay leaf trees, etc. Although the road is nearby, the noise is either not noticeable most of the time or a faint din in the background, not at all distracting. Although surrounded by other properties, the house feels very private. I wonder if the location is as pleasant in the summer, when it gets hot in interior Mallorca. The house has enough of everything: a dishwasher, washing machine, oven, microwave, etc., utensils, plates & cups. The bedrooms are lovely and well lit, and the living room comfortable. The best part about the house is the covered outside lounging area: warm when the sun is out but plentiful shade if it gets too hot.
Creisell is located in Inca and features a private above ground pool, a kitchen and mountain views. The property has pool views and is 21 mi from Palma de Mallorca. The villa was a lovely place for me and my family to stop. The villa had everything you would need for a holiday . Great storage for clothes a well equipped kitchen and the Beds were really comfortable, the plunge pool was great for cooling down. Couldn't fault anything . We met the owners who are lovely and were really helpful with any questions that needed to be answered. I would recommend hiring a car as the location Of the villa is in the centre of Majorca. There's is transports links to get you around the island but a car is probably the best bet . I would stay here again . Lovely place .
Located in Inca in the Balearic Islands region, Palmer2A provides accommodations with free WiFi. The apartment in Inca is great if you want to stay where the locals are. You will only see a few tourists. Located in the centre of town you have everything in walking distance eg supermarket, restaurants, washing centre, street markets. The landlord is helpful and friendly and leaves you alone during your stay. If you are lucky you will get a parking spot in front of the apartment. The apartment is suitable for two people. If you are a road cyclist we can recommend you stay in Inca as you will get to the great routes and most famous climbs easily from here.
Son Vivot is a traditional farmhouse located on the Puig de Santa Magdalena plains, 3.7 mi outside Inca. It offers a large garden with an outdoor pool and fruit trees. Breacfast was exelant, evry Day was deferant meet and fruts, and location was very nice if you are traveling by car
Inca gets a bad reputation for being the industrial backwater of Mallorca. But the downtown has a couple charming plazas and streets, and the location is about as good as it gets without being crowded or touristy. In fact, there's really nothing that feels touristy about Inca. But, it's close to Sierra Tramuntana, Palma, and Pollenca.
Inca is pretty industrial and run down. the few buildings around and off of the main square are pretty and in the traditional spanish style but the rest of the city is very ugly. Think Milton Keynes or Hemel Hempstead.... You can definitely just pass through it... We spent two nights at Sa Vinya Convent hotel which is absolutely beautiful and a 5 min walk from the city centre, but we could have just done one. It's very walkable, there's supermarkets and lots of shops - if just does't really have any of the charm of towns like Pollença or Sóller. The one recommendation I do have is to go to a restaurant called 'Sa Fabrica' on the main street. It's in the Michelin Guide and the food was incredible and so cheap. A 5 course lunch tasting menu is only 27.50EUR per person and it's beyond delicious. Marcel, the chef is also super nice and will chat to you about the dishes. That was the highlight of our stay there. Book in advance to avoid missing out.
An ideal starting point for all cycling enthusiasts, since it is possible to encircle the whole island from here. The lively pulse of the city core is even more modest when the city core turns into a large market offering fresh local vegetables and meat products as well as many other little things
Inca is not a pretty Town but luckily close to other prettier small towns and villages but you need a car or if your cycling close to lots of good routes. We did not bother eating out as access from where we stayed difficult and did not look inspiring
A bit of a disappointment. Sa Vina d'es Convent was an oasis in the middle of nowhere! Restaurant Anthony: poor food, quite poor service occasionally. The hotel itself four stars according to my scale. Breakfast and warm water every time would make it even five 😊
Thursday is Market day, lots of Tat but some people love it. It certainly pulls the crowds but you will find parking, which is never easy impossible. Some very good restaurants, particularly for Del Dia offers at lunch. Best way to get round is to walk, note you can easily get train into centre as this resolves the parking problem.