The Ramis Factory is closely linked to Mallorca’s industrial heritage. After painstaking remodeling, it has re-opened its doors to hold corporate, institutional and private events. This iconic building was built at the end of the 1920s to house a textile factory. In the 1960s, the businessman, Antoni Ramis Tortella, purchased and converted it into a leather goods factory. In the late decades it was run by Francisco Ramis Obrador
Today, the family has created a center to hold all types of corporate, social and cultural events. The building consists of four bays spanning 1,000 square meters each and a central patio and green area measuring 300 square meters. The central patio is also an ecological garden and features a sample of typical flora from the Balearic Islands. The factory’s most distinguishing feature is still the slim, 26-meter-tall chimney, a testament to the city of Inca’s industrial past and its ties to the world of leather goods and shoes.