INCA AND PLAYA DE MURO
Sightseeing, Swimming, Shopping, Entertainment, Lunch not included
Inca welcomes us with its famous weekly market for a morning dedicated to shopping and to its cellers, the traditional Mallorcan wineries where we can enjoy some of the island’s specialities before relaxing on the white sand of Playa de Muro, the long beach stretching along the calm turquoise waters of the island’s northern coast.
What we will see
- Walk around the famous Inca weekly market and the city centre alleyways
- Coach transfer to Playa de Muro and relaxation on the beach
What we will do
- Our coach takes us to Inca, the third largest populated city on the island. This thriving city is located in Mallorca’s hinterland and developed at the beginning of the 20th century, when the first leather goods businesses started the long tradition of leather-working on the island. World-famous shoe brands like Camper and Farrutx started up here. Today we have the chance to discover this city's main attraction, i.e. The weekly market held every Thursday, the largest on the island. Every week, the streets of the historic city centre are filled with stalls selling all kinds of goods - fruit and vegetables, soap, scarves, flowers and the unmissable leather goods.
- For those looking for something more, Inca’s streets are lined with cafés serving local delicacies including the traditional celler, i.e. typical local wineries.
- We leave the centre of Inca behind us and head by coach to Playa de Muro, a long white sandy beach covering six kilometres along the northern coast of Mallorca. Awarded with the famous Blue Flag, his beach is one of the longest in the Balearics and it is particularly popular with families thanks to its white sand and seabed gently sloping towards calm turquoise waters. Because of its length, Playa de Muro is divided into four sectors, each one a real paradise for bathers who can take advantage of all kinds of facilities - hotels, restaurants, lounger and parasol hire, toilets, showers and much more. The safety and tranquillity of this well-equipped beach, which is also accessible to disabled people, is guaranteed by life guards.
What you need to know
- This excursion does not include a dedicated tour guide, but a local guide will be present. ?