Enjoy a drive or walk to the panoramic viewpoint of Santa Magdalena. Up here, you will enjoy the views over Inca, with the dramatic Tramuntana rising in the horizon.
This old hermitage, can be dated all the way back to the 13th century.
The first inhabitants of this place, was a group of hermits who moved here in the late 13th century.
Up through the 15th and 16th century, various religious orders occupied the hermitage. The last of these, was the Hieronymites nuns who was moved to the Sant Bartomeu convent in 1534.
Between 1566 and 1784, Santa Magdalena serviced as a religious school.
In modern times, only a group of missionaries has had the place between 1931 – 1985.
There is a panoramic restaurant up here, where you can enjoy a refreshment or lunch.
How to get to the Santa Magdalena hermitage
Inca is the third largest city in Mallorca, and famous for its production of leather goods and footwear. Inca is a great shopping and dining area, there are hundreds of shops and a wide variety of great restaurants in all price ranges. Inca boasts Mallorcan cultural heritage with iots many points of interest and attractions to see, i.e. the beautiful parish church, the Dominican monastery, the museum of footwear production, the Santa Margalida hermitage etc. One of the best times to visit Inca, is on Thursdays when the weekly tourist market is held, filling up the streets with hundreds of thousands of visitors who come to bargain the best prices on clothes, leather goods, shoes etc.
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