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Alcudia is a town located on the north east of Majorca, the largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands. The resort is situated between two bays and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful towns on the island of Majorca.The town is filled with interesting history and you will find Medieval walls and even Roman ruins while on holiday in this stunning resort.
When in Alcudia, the list of attractions and things to do is endless. To feel like you’re living in Medieval times, head to La Porta del Moll, one of the entrance gates to the old town, where you can walk on top of the ancient city walls. For a more common tourist attraction, take a glass bottom boat trip and see the beauty of Majorcan marine life.
As Alcudia has beautiful beaches, modern bars and fascinating history, it is the perfect resort for families, singles and couples who want a beach holiday with a city break feel.
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There is a vibrant nightlife in Alcudia, with plenty of bars offering live music, karaoke and quiz nights, alongside delicious cocktails and tasty Spanish beer. However, if you want to witness the best nightlife Majorca has to offer, the Magaluf party bus runs weekly from Alcudia.
There are many restaurants in Alcudia that serve fantastic local cuisine. For dinner with a view, be sure to dine at Port d’Alcudia, the cities beautiful Marina.
Kids will love a visit to Kartingmania, where the entire family can ride Go Karts and test their speed skills!
Playa de Alcudia is a beautiful white sand beach set in idyllic scenery. This beach has stunning blue waters with calm waves, making it the perfect beach for families with young children.
The famous Alcudia market takes place every Tuesday and Sunday in the town’s centre. Here you can purchase local crafts, clothing and accessories.
Alcudia’s Autumn fair takes place annually in October to celebrate Alcudia’s agricultural season. During Alcudia’s autumn fair you will find parades, musical performances and parties for the entire family to enjoy.
The best time to visit Alcudia is during the summer, when temperatures average in the high twenties. However, the hottest month on the year is August, when temperatures average in the low thirties and the town gets over twelve hours of sun daily!
Euro is the currency used in Majorca
Majorca is one hour ahead of Ireland.
Flights from Dublin, Cork, Knock and Shannon operate to Majorca up to seven days a week during summer. From Dublin it is a two hour and thirty-five-minute flight and From Palma de Mallorca Airport it is a fifty-minute drive to Alcudia. While holidaying If you want to explore the entire island of Majorca, car rental is a great way to do so!