In Inca, we have a different way of experiencing festivities and fairs. Some occasions where people from all over the island meet in our city to celebrate some very special days that you cannot miss for anything in the world.
Important market with a big turnout from all over Majorca. There are large exhibitions of all kinds, literary and livestock competitions, musical recitals and sports celebrations. It takes place on the fourth Thursday following the feast of Saint Lucas… Usually the third Thursday in November.
On the Saint's feast day, a large service, the traditional blessing of animals and the parade are held. On the day before, there are bonfires along Inca's streets so that all citizens can participate in the “torradas”.
This day commemorates the Bubonic Plague of 1652 and how the people of calle San Sebastián did not leave the town throughout the pandemic. There is a big bonfire, a rosary singing, glosses, a sermon “About the pandemic or the plague”, '“ximbombades” and sweet wine with “paciències”, which is a Majorcan pastry.
The main service is celebrated in the chapel of the hermitage of Saint Magdalene with a traditional pilgrimage, races, athletic marches, paella competition, etc. It takes place on the Sunday after Easter.
Days before the Abdón and Senén festivities, the City Council holds different events: dances (balls de bot), bulls, recitals, festivals, high mass, always officiated by a priest son of Inca, visit to the Miquel Mir residence, etc...
Inca's weekly market takes place on Thursdays with stalls set up all the way from the Railway Station to Plaza de Oriente, passing through Plaza de la Quartera, Gran Vía de Colón, calle Jaume Armengol and calle General Luque, Plaza de Santa Maria la Major and calle de la Sirena.The market for animals, trees and others is held in Plaza del Bestiar. On Sundays, in this square as well, there is a fruit and vegetable market and all kinds of second-hand materials and objects.As for the Fairs, there are three; those that start the Sunday following the feast of Saint Lucas, 18th October, and on the two subsequent Sundays. There are exhibitions, recitals, athletic races, craft shows, competitions, dances, and a range of entertainment.
Co-patron of the city. The day before the dance of the demons, the ''verbena'' and large bonfires are held all across Inca. It is traditionally commemorated on the weekend before Dijous Bo.
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