Alcudia is situated at the northern end of the large curving Bay of Alcudia on the north east coast of Majorca, 34miles northeast of Palma airport which is linked by a good road network. The flat coastline, sandy beaches and gentle shallow waters together with a wide range of amenities make holidays to Alcudia an ideal destination for all, especially couples and families. A holiday to Alcudia has a cosmopolitan feel with mainly German and British holidaymakers visiting.
Beaches in Alcudia
The beach at Alcudia is one of the longest and best on Majorca, stretching for almost 9 miles with a pleasant, shady tree-lined pedestrian walkway along most of it.
Sightseeing around Alcudia
A good public transport system runs through Alcudia linking the resorts of Puerto de Pollensa and Ca'n Picafort and a visit to the old walled town of Alcudia 1 mile away, is highly recommended.
Taxis in Alcudia are readily available and reasonably priced with fixed rates displayed at the taxi ranks
Designated cycle lanes on the mainly flat roads in Alcudia make this an ideal destination for cyclists and walkers alike and several small lakes connected by canals and basins add interest to the area.
Who is Alcudia suitable for?
In the daytime Alcudia has a range of activities including a large water park, go kart tracks, water sports, cycling, horse riding, tennis and wetland bird watching.
In the evening Alcudia has plenty of bars, restaurants and shops and nightlife is centred mainly around the port area where there are a selection of bars and nightclubs. Many hotels in Alcudia have their own in house entertainment,
- Nearest Airport
- Palma De Mallorca