As Palma's most important agricultural fair, we're thinking that you may want to make the trip out to Inca to check out what's going on. From the parade to the booths (some of which have tiny, wee animals!), it's a hotbed of fun, culture, and awesome sights to see. Plus, it's been going on for a century, so there's a lot of history here, too. So if you're hoping to catch as many local traditions as you can while you're kicking back in Palma, head a few miles inland and check out Dijous Bous!
In business for over 50 years, this small, family-owned bodega serves typical Spanish tapas and a... Read more