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Cycling in Inca

Discover the wonders of cycling tourism in Inca: routes and tips for an unforgettable adventure.

Cycling Accommodations in Inca

Recommended cycling routes in Inca

Sa Calobra: compulsory cycle route !. The Inca-Sa Calobra route is perhaps one of the most iconic and demanding for road cycling in Majorca. The reason? The climbs to Coll de sa Batalla and sa Calobra.

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Although, as in cycling, the effort pays off. Only in this way can you enjoy one of the most exceptional views from the Serra de Tramuntana to sa Calobra. The photograph in the famous “tie knot” is a staple of any cycling album!

Cycling events in Inca

11/05/2024 8:00 am
A new edition of the IRONMAN 70.3 Alcúdia-Mallorca is scheduled on May 13, 2023, an edition that, unlike the ...
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Triathlon
Date
Confirmed
25/05/2024 8:00 am
The 10th edition of the Mallorca Olympic Triathlon is scheduled for May 27, 2023 in Mallorca, which will once ...
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Triathlon
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Confirmed
27/04/2025 8:00 am
On April 29, 2024, you can enjoy a new edition of the most renowned cyclosportive event on the island, the Mallorca ...
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Road
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Date pending
19/10/2024 8:00 am
A new edition of the popular Challenge Peguera-Mallorca is scheduled on October 14, 2023. This Half Distance ...
Modality
Triathlon
Date
Confirmed
From
210.00 €
13/04/2025 8:00 am
A new edition of the epic Triathlon de Porto Colom is scheduled on 2 April 2023, reaching its 25th ...
Modality
Triathlon
Date
Confirmed
From
80.00 €

What to see in Inca

Santa Maria la Major Church

The Santa Maria la Major Church is one of the most prominent landmarks in Inca. This beautiful church features a striking façade and an impressive interior, displaying Baroque and Gothic architectural elements. It is a significant religious site and a symbol of the town's history and culture.

Leather Industry

Inca is famous for its leather industry, and a visit to one of the local leather factories or shops is a must. You can see skilled artisans crafting high-quality leather goods, including shoes, bags, and accessories. Don't miss the chance to purchase authentic Mallorcan leather products as souvenirs.

Convent of St. Domingo

The Convent of St. Domingo is another notable historical site in Inca. This well-preserved building dates back to the 18th century and houses a small museum, providing insights into the town's religious heritage and history.

Thursday Market

Inca hosts a bustling weekly market every Thursday, known as "Inca Market" or "Thursday Market." It is one of the largest and busiest markets on the island of Mallorca. Here, you can find a wide array of goods, including fresh produce, local products, crafts, clothing, and much more.

Frequently asked questions for cyclists who want to get to know Inca

Absolutely! Inca is a fantastic destination for cycling enthusiasts, offering a variety of cycling routes and stunning landscapes to explore.

Some popular cycling routes in Inca include the scenic route through the Tramuntana Mountains, offering breathtaking views, and the flat routes along the picturesque countryside, perfect for leisurely rides.

Yes, the Tramuntana Mountains near Inca feature iconic climbs, such as the ascent to the Puig Major, the highest peak in Mallorca. Cyclists can test their skills and endurance on these legendary climbs.

The best time for cycling in Inca is during the spring and autumn months, when the weather is pleasant, and the temperatures are mild. Avoiding the peak summer heat is advisable for a more comfortable ride.

Inca and the surrounding areas host various cycling events and races throughout the year, attracting cyclists from all over the world. Keep an eye on local cycling clubs and event calendars for upcoming competitions.

Absolutely! Besides cycling in the Tramuntana Mountains, cyclists should explore the charming town of Inca itself, visit the Santa Maria la Major Church, and experience the bustling Thursday Market for local culture.

Inca offers a range of accommodations suitable for cyclists, including hotels, guesthouses, and rural properties. Cyclists can find places with bike storage facilities and bike-friendly amenities for a comfortable stay.