Alcúdia is a locality in the northeast of Majorca and a privileged spot for lovers of nature and fun. It has 30 km of varied coastline and countless places for leisure and entertainment (restaurants, bars, pubs, discos...)
Alcúdia marketplace is one of the most important on the island due to its atmosphere and the great amount of products on sale: fruits, vegetables, footwear, clothing, souvenirs, leather, hippie items, braids, African products.
The marketplace is located next to the Walls of the Roman city of Pollentia.
Another must is the port, where you may walk around, dine, have an ice-cream, and enjoy all the magnificent views of the sailing boats and yachts moored in the Sailing Club, which you can visit freely.
Another way to visit Port d’Alcúdia and the beaches is from the sea, sailing along its coast, swimming in the virgin coves (calas) and snorkeling to watch its underwater world.
There are several tours with different destinations and duration at convenient prices.
Some 3 Km. from the hotel, there is the Club de Golf Alcanada, an 18-hole course located in a privileged environment where you may not only play golf but also contemplate Alcanada Island and Lighthouse.
Approximately 6 km from there, you reach Can Picafort, an area with a 3-km waterfront, with bars and shops on one side and the beach on the other, where you may dine, have lunch or just have drinks with friends. On the way to Can Picafort, 3 km from the hotel, you reach La Albufera, a natural bird reservation, where you can find a great variety of migratory species from all over the world. In front of La Albufera, there is an unspoilt and naturist beach, which you can only access by walking just 50 meters amidst nature.
Other interest spots are Pollença, Port de Pollença and Formentor
Port de Pollença is located approximately 6 km from Alcúdia and you can get there by a motorway with a lane for cyclists and pedestrians. All the way you will see, to your right and only 10 meters away, all the coast and the Bay of Pollença, a wild zone where you can sky-surf and wind-surf. Then you get to a beach with fine white sand, after which you reach the Sailing Club, where you will find a lot of entertainment and a lively atmosphere.
From here, you can go to Formentor, whose beach and cape are nature’s works of art.
Formentor is located only 20 km away from Alcúdia.
The trip by motorway towards Formentor offers magnificent views until one gets to the top and sees the cliffs with huge waves breaking down below. There you may rest and relax as you had never dreamed: 900 meters of beach divided into several zones are irresistible even for the most sophisticated holidaymakers.
Another must for a visit is the town of Pollença
Pollença is a medieval town that keeps the same charm it had hundreds of years ago, where you may find countless contrasts due to its narrow and ancient streets, its marketplace, that, as the one in Alcúdia, is one of the most emblematic spots in the island.
Its privileged geographical location, surrounded by mountains, will attract lovers of nature. Tourists will find several alternatives in its varied spots.
Landscape, history, culture, art, gastronomy, traditions.
Near Pollença you can visit Cala Sant Vicenç, one of the most beautiful coves in Majorca. If you wish, you may also visit the monastery of Lluc, 30 minutes away.