Medieval walled town
Alcúdia is a beautiful medieval walled town of quiet charm and character in the north-east of Mallorca just a few kilometres inland from the coast.
Surrounded by mighty walls that contain historic mansions, scenic plazas, cafés with beautiful terraces & warm-stone houses, this vibrant town is a year-round destination, providing a rich taste of history and culture and plenty of things to do for tourists.
Traditional fiestas and fairs,
The town is Mallorca’s largest tourist hub in the north of the island located on a scenic peninsula separating two bays. With an authentic local atmosphere, maze of narrow lanes, historic medieval centre, Casas Señoriales (houses of past nobility) and traditional fiestas and fairs, it is easy to see why this stunning northern town is a draw for tourists all year round.
The remains of Mallorca’s prime Roman settlement Pollèntia can be found on the outskirts of the town and within the wall during summer months, there are open-air concerts and theatre performances.
Within the pedestrian area of the town, you’ll find stylish boutiques selling Mallorcan specialities, top notch restaurants, handicraft shops & an assortment of bars & cafés.
Just 1 kilometre away is the famous holiday resort of Port d’Alcúdia. This is quite typical on the island, many of Mallorca’s oldest settlements were built a few kilometres inland to provide security and protection from pillaging pirates.
The main attraction in Port d'Alcúdia is the large beach; which is nearly 3 km long starting from the centre of the port and reaching Playa de Muro. It has many water sports and boating facilities and is a big draw for families.
Nightlife in Alcudia is excellent with an assortment of music bars and clubs including the very popular Banana Club.