Alcudia is one of the most popular towns in Mallorca, not only for its beach, but also for the lively and charming atmosphere that attracts its inhabitants and visitors. It has an important cultural heritage and its historic quarter is ideal for getting lost in its lively alleyways.
From Palma, Alcudia and Puerto de Alcudia can be reached in just under an hour's drive. From the island's capital, take the Ma-13 motorway, which runs south of the Serra de Tramuntana directly to Alcudia. The town of Alcudia itself and the Port of Alcudia are connected by a common road network.
Without a doubt, Alcudia is a fantastic town to visit all year round, offering life, history and culture. One of the things that most interest visitors is that it is situated one kilometer from the Port of Alcudia, where you can enjoy an excellent meal in one of the many restaurants. The port area is perfect for a stroll during the day or at night when the atmosphere is at its most lively.
The town and its surroundings can also be discovered from the top. The views are unforgettable. The most advisable thing to do is to climb the wall and if it is of interest, combine it with an excursion.
GOOD TO KNOW ABOUT Living in Alcudia
Catalan, in its dialectal variety called Mallorquin.
Official languages: Catalan and Spanish.
Alcudia de Carlet Station
Alcudia de Crespins Station
DISTANCES FROM THE CENTRE
11 Km to Pollença beach
60 Km to the airport (Son Sant Joan)
68 Km to Playa de Sóller
75 Km to Playa de Deià
62 Km to the Port of Palma
70 Km to the beach of Valldemossa
CEIP Porta Des Moll
CEIO S'hort Des Fassers
Nuestra Señora De La Consolación School
Tourism and agriculture
Alcanada Golf Club
Pollença Golf Club
Son Gual Golf Club
WHAT TO SEE IN ALCUDIA: HISTORY, ART AND CULTURE
The residential area of Alcudia has many options to visit and enjoy, mountain peaks, forests, traditional villas, a parish church, charming narrow streets and the market square that characterizes the town.
The market in the main square, held every Tuesday and Sunday, attracts numerous visitors interested in buying local produce, clothes, accessories and much more.
Another interesting attraction is to visit the numerous Roman remains of the ancient city of Pollentia, of which the remains of the ancient amphitheater with some tombs are still preserved, as well as the forum and residential areas.
The most touristic area is the Port of Alcudia, which is very commercial. Not forgetting the Natural Park of S'Albufera, an area bathed by a large marsh that is home to a rich animal and plant world. It is ideal for discovering the flora and fauna characteristic of the Balearic Islands.
ACTIVITIES AND NATURE IN ALCUDIA
Alcudia is one of the most charming municipalities on the island of Mallorca. It is situated at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, where you can enjoy a wide variety of activities in nature or in the town center.
Apart from peace and quiet, it also offers a cultural and emblematic atmosphere. Undoubtedly, the best known and most visited places in Alcudia are its routes for excursions and nature walks.
The municipality of Alcudia also has several kilometers of coastline made up of coves and beaches with crystal clear water, perfect to go with the family. The best known beaches are the beach of Alcudia, the beach of Muro, Can Picafort and the cove of San Vicente.
BUYING A PROPERTY IN ALCUDIA
In Alcudia the properties for sale include a wide variety of properties ranging from 1 million euros to 2 million euros. On the one hand, traditional houses are located in the center to enjoy the small businesses and gastronomic establishments. And on the other hand, houses on the outskirts of the town to enjoy nature, both on the beach and on the way to the Tramuntana mountains.
The properties for sale in Alcudia have everything that most appeals to any visitor to the island, both on a cultural, traditional and emblematic level.
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