Must-See Attractions

The ancient history of Alcudia is visible in the town’s architecture and culture even today. From Roman remains and renaissance walls to 16th century palaces, the town is replete with beautiful buildings and gorgeous art. Art lovers will adore the Sa Bassa Blanca Museum, which contains a one-of-a-kind collection of 16th to 19th century paintings and 20th century sculptures.

For those with a passion for nature, the S’Albufereta and S’Albufera parks and wetland areas are sure to stun.

During Your Visit to Alcudia

Alcudia has no shortage of activities to take part in, from golf to walking and cycling. Many of the beautiful hotels have tennis courts and other activities for residents and non-residents alike. At S’Albufera Natural Park, a beautiful nature reserve and wetlands awaits. To the north of Alcudia lies a glorious peninsula with hikes and walks trailing through beautiful countryside with sea and coastal views.

For families who love the water or have young children, the Port d’Alcudia Hidropark has lots of fun and activity. The park also features paintball, many delicious restaurants, and miniature golf.

Relax on the Beaches

With its proximity to the coast, tourists can enjoy the beaches in northern Mallorca after only a couple minutes drive. With regular buses shuttling people to and fro, gorgeous coastal relaxation could not be more accessible. The pale blue water and the shallow depths make it an idea place for young and old alike. The sand is a gorgeous golden hue and with the numerous array of watersports available, the beaches are ideal for both those who crave relaxation as well as adventure.

Dining is a Pleasure

Alcudia is well known for its restaurants and its traditional Mallorcan cuisine including stuffed veggies, fish, rice, and delicious stews. Some establishments also serve tapas and other Spanish dishes and others provide guests with gourmet, creative Mediterranean foods.

A Place to Stay

The ancient town has also become home to a number of beautiful boutique hotels which have been carefully situated within historical palaces such as the Can Tem and Cas Ferrer Nou. For those looking for a more rural feel, the countryside is dotted with traditional hotels that are ideal for peace and quiet. And for those looking for a beach resort, the Port d’Alcudia is the place to be.

Events in the Town of Alcudia

On Tuesdays and Sundays, tourists can flock to the market which is located in the town centre. Local produce as well as linens, souvenirs, and leather goods are just some of the unique items available. Cafes dot the surrounding area where visitors can grab a beverage while people watching.

Alcudia also hosts numerous festivals during the year, from agricultural fairs to nautical gatherings. Al fresco events with tours and theatre productions in the amphitheatre are also big tourist attractions with music festivals and sporting events and even rugby tournaments rounding out the festivities ensuring everyone has something amazing and memorable to do.