Puerto Alcudia (Port d’Alcudia) is the port, beach, tourist and accommodation area of Alcudia town and it is located about 1,8 km. from the old town of Alcudia
As for things to do and attractions in Alcuidia; holidaymakers may spend their days out with relaxing and enjoying the sun and beaches, go karting, riding horses along the beach and more
Holidaymakers may find great day out attractions in Alcudia. A fun day out at the beaches in Alcudia is one of the best things to do in Alcudia. Alcudia beach is the main beach of Alcudia stretching 9 km from Puerto Alcudia to Playa de Muro and Ca’n Picafort. Beachgoers may walk all the way to Ca’n Picafort along the Alcudia beach. Holidaymakers may also find variety of water sports at the Alcudia beaches. Windsurfing, paragliding and more may be found at the Playa Deportivo beach near the port. For the ones who want to escape from the crowd, the quieter end of the beach near Playa de Muro is very ideal. Holidaymakers may also head out of town to the unspoiled beach of Coll Baix.
Participating a boat trip to explore the beautiful coast of Alcudia, snorkelling or scuba diving along the crystal clear waters is also another great activity.
There are lots of places to visit and see in Alcudia. The medieval town of Alcudia (Alcudia Old Town), with its reconstructed ramparts and walls, and two impressive gates, the Palma or Sant Sebastia Gate and the Xara or Del Port Gate is worth a visit and see. The Church of Sant Jaume (St. James’) is a magnificent sight as well. One mile on the south, in the direction of the harbour, is the Roman Theatre, the smallest of its kind in Spain, its tiers carved out of the rock in a small declivity.
Nearby is the Albufera Nature Reserve and it is a nesting site for birdlife. Holidaymakers may discover the beautiful flora and fauna at the park.
A visit to the fantastic mountain village of Lluc and explore its monastery and fascinating museum and visit the nearby holiday town Puerto Pollensa and its old town is also great.
Also holidaymakers may spend fun day out at the Hidropark in Alcudia and enjoy the great rides and slides.
Another excursion option from Alcudia is the capital city of Palma. Palma de Mallorca is located about 59 km. from Alcudia. Enjoying the beautiful scenery of Palma de Mallorca is one of the best excursions from Alcudia.
Eating out in Alcudia is also fantastic. Holidaymakers may find variety of cafes and restaurants in Alcudiaalong the beautiful promenade area of Puerto Alcuda and at the back streets and enjoy the Mallorcan cuisine, traditional tapas, international dishes and fresh seafood.
Shopping in Alcudia is exciting. Holidaymakers may visit the local markets at the Alcudia Old Town on Tuesdays and Sundays between 10.00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Nightlife in Alcudia is lively and holidaymakers may find variety of entertainment and night time activities from live music and karaoke to games to traditional entertainment at the lively bars and pubs around Dollar Street.