In Mallorca’s northern region, an in the bays of Pollença and Alcudia, we find a small city full of life, historical monuments and many things to discover. This is Alcudia, which along with its harbour stands as one of the most vibrant destinations in Mallorca, thanks to its Roman ruins, its historic walled town-centre, and its beach surrounded by hotels and attractions for tourists seeking a great time during their holidays.
·Pollentia: The Roman ruins of Pollentia embody the importance that the area had after the conquest of Mallorca by the romans in the year 123 bc.
·Walled quarter: The medieval city wall of Alcudia surrounds the city’s old town-centre, today yielding a marvellous ensemble of back-streets in which to stroll and shop in its numerous little shops, while also making the most of its weekly Sunday market.
·Playa de Alcudia: The area connecting Puerto de Alcudia and the Playas de Muro is the most modern of all: built in the 70s and 80s it is brimming with hotels, tourist attractions as well as pubs and discos in which to “really get your summer on”.
What to do in Alcudia?
The great appeal of Alcudia is that if you spend your summer holidays here, you’ll never have to ask yourself “so what do we I now?”, as you’ll always have something to do:
– Playa de Alcudia is one of the largest in the región and is made up of an endless tract of sand with sunbeds, parasols, and a great amount of water sports companies.
– In the area of Puerto de Alcudia you can find anything from minigolfs to a wakepark. Also, at night it becomes a party area.
– Alcudia’s rich history means you have an enormous range of historical sites and monuments to visit. Besides also, a wide array of further cultural options.
– It seems impossible that in a place so filled with things to do, one would have the option to relax, but that’s just how it is: in Alcudia there are many ideal places for switching off.