Alcudia Majorca

Alcudia is a destination to be treasured. With its old town, quaint harbour and wonderful beach, it's the faultless place for a unwinding break in the sun. Alcudia lies on the north of the island and offers plenty to see and do on your summer holidays. You've got the wonderful Roman ruins and narrow streets lined with shops and markets. One of Alcudia's main attractions is the port area. To the west of the island you'll find Porte D'Alcudia, the old fishing village at the end of the beach. Here you can experience some of the wonderful fresh catches of the day in a quaint seaside restaurant. For those more interested in beach towels and sun tan holidays, Alcudia possesses one of the longest beaches in Majorca. It's got over five miles of gently shelving sand, punctuated now and then by pine-sprinkled dunes. There's also an abundance of water sports, like windsurfing and paragliding. To fully appreciate the entire vista, climb Sa Talaia d'Alcudia. This steep hill offers you marvellous views of the bay and surrounding area. When it comes to nightlife, Alcudia is lively and buzzing. It centres on the bars and pubs, with some offering entertainment and live music. For those that want to carry on until the small hours, there are a few night clubs to party the night away. Of course this isn't to everyone's taste. If you prefer things slightly more low-key, there are an abundance of restaurants. Try some of the Spanish fare, or maybe something international, like Indian or Chinese. There are also a few restaurants that serve a taste of back home, like sausage and mash, or fish and chips. Holidays in Alcudia are just the ticket for sun, sea and total relaxation. So what are you waiting for?

The bustling town of Alcudia was originally developed by the Phoenicians, who were followed by the Greeks and Romans moved in. These ancient civilisations must have recognised an excellent location when they saw one. Alcudia is a place to be coveted if you book up for Solecito Apartments in Alcudia. Alcudia offers an a historic centre, a pretty harbour and a wonderful beach, it's a great choice for a relaxing break in the sun. The town is positioned on the northern side of the island and it offers some great choices for your summer holiday. By staying at Solecito Apartments in Alcudia you have the option to see the interesting narrow streets and Roman ruins and all the shops and markets.

If you're into kite surfing or just enjoy the spectacle then take the coast road north towards Puerto Pollensa. Kite surfers have staked out a stretch of coast as their domain and they come out in force there whenever there is an onshore breeze. South of the port the boundary of Alcudia is getting hard to define these days as the beach stretches for miles south towards Ca'n Picafort. This costal strip has lots of hotels, bars, restaurants, supermarkets and just about everything to satisfy the energetic holidaymaker. The main coastal highway runs a couple of blocks back from the seafront. This road has some interesting iron artwork. Nothing to quite match the scale of The Angel of the North but if she ever came on holiday to Alcidia she would find a nice giant sized iron deck chair right in the middle of a traffic island!

The resort of Alcudia is set on the stunning Spanish Balearic island of Majorca. Majorca offers something to satisfy every holidaymaker be it non-stop partying in Magaluf, soaking up the sun in delightful family resorts, numerous stunning places to walk, cycling, shopping, sightseeing and culture in the cosmopolitan Majorcan capital of Palma. There is something for everyone in fabulous Majorca. For those who like to explore, we recommend car hire in Alcudia for at least part of your holiday so that you can discover for yourself the truely stunning beauty of Majorca.