Dijous Bo, always packed.
Dijous Bo in Inca is this coming Thursday, November 17.
Dijous Bo, well attended as always.
Dijous Bo 2019
Dijous Bo attracts people from across the whole island.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to visit the town today, despite the horrible weather.
First events for the biggest of all Majorca's fairs - Dijous Bo, this coming Thursday.
Dijous Bo dates back to the 19th century and is the biggest traditional fair on the island.
Out and About
Death defying leaps, incredible feats of balance and sheer nerve was put on display.
The mayor added that the town hall wouldn't be removing them; these are roads for which the Council of Majorca has responsibility.
Dijous Bo in Inca is Majorca's biggest fair and is preceded by a night of parties.
The island's biggest fair of all, Inca's Dijous Bo, is on Thursday (and some of Wednesday as well). Caimari's olives fair and Llubi's honey fair. Leading British folk singer Lisa Knapp in Palma.
Majorca's biggest fair of all - Inca's Dijous Bo - is this Thursday (and also Wednesday, which is really Dimecres Bo). The Caimari Olive Fair takes place over the weekend and the Llubi Honey Fair is on Sunday. Absolute highlight of the music week is legendary guitarist Al Di Meola at Palma's Trui Theatre on Wednesday for the Jazz Voyeur Festival.
Fairs and fiestas
Good weather brought out a record number of visitors to the Inca fair.
The fair of fairs, the most important of Majorca's fairs - Inca's Dijous Bo - is this Thursday. Much of it gets started on the Wednesday (Dimecres Bo), when there will be some late-night partying in local bars as well. Other fairs are in Llubi (devoted to honey) and in Caimari, Selva, where they say the olive oil is the best you can get; hence, it's the olives fair. Musically, a blast from 30 years ago as Queen Forever relives the Wembley concert of 1986 at Palma's auditorium this Friday.