Alcudia (Puerto Alcudia) offers great attractions for kids and families. The Puerto Alcudia beach offers great day out for families and children and provides all day fun with variety of water sports activities for children.

Alcudia is a lively beach holiday resort in Majorca, Spain. Holidaymakers may find great day out activities and entertainment in Alcudia (Port d’Alcudia). Below you may find the Top 10 things to do in Alcudia.

#1 Alcudia Beaches

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A great 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.


#2 Alcudia Old Town
alcudia-old-town-tThe medieval town of Alcudia stands within an ancient Moorish fort wall from centuries ago. A great day out at the Alcudia Old Town and experiencing the authentic Majorcan life by visiting the reconstructed ramparts and walls, the two impressive gates, the Palma or Sant Sebastia Gate and the Xara or Del Port Gate is worth a visit and see and one of the best things to do in Alcudia.

#3 Hidropark Alcudia



Hidropark is a great water park in Alcudia (Puerto Alcudia). It is also the only water park on the north part of Majorca. It is a perfect place to have fun for families and children.



#4 Boat Trips in Alcudia


Participating to a daily boat trip and explore the beautiful coasts and bays of Alcudia (Puerto Alcudia) and surrounding area is one of the best things to do in Alcudia. Boats enable holidaymakers to discover and enjoy hidden niches along the coast that are impossible to reach by land. Holidaymakers may easily find a boat trip in Puerto Alcudia port and beaches


#5 Water Sports in Alcudia


Holidaymakers may also find variety of water sports along the beaches in Alcudia. Windsurfing, paragliding and more may be found at the Playa Deportivo beach near the port.

Playa Deportivo is also called as sports beach. The sea at the Playa Deportivo is excellent for water sports and visitors may see a lot of kite-surfers, wind-surfers, doughnuts, banana boats and ski-tubes. Holidaymakers may hire here what they look for from the water sports centres at the end of the port.

#6 Nordic Walking in Alcudia



Alcudia (Puerto Alcudia) and its environment is great for nature lovers and the resort has great opportunity for Nordic walking which is suitable for all ages. There are two mountain and one coastline route for Nordic walking in Alcudia.


#7 Cycling and Mountain Biking in Alcudia



Holidaymakers may hire a bike and explore Alcudia and around and enjoy the the landscape, the culture and the secrets of Alcudia and Majorca by pedalling through its charming paths and roads.


#8 Puig i Cova de Sant Marti (5,5 km. from Alcudia)


Puig de Sant Marti is a popular excursion area and it is located about 5,5 km. from Alcudia. In Puig de Sant Marti, holidaymakers may find and take all kinds of walking, horseback riding and biking trips. In addition, paragliding or hang-gliding from the top is also popular for the extreme sports lovers. The cave of Sant Marti at the area is also worth a visit.


#9 Roman Alcudia (Roman City of Pollentia)


The Roman City of Pollentia is the Roman Alcudia located on the south of the historical quarter of Alcudia towards the port. The site covers between 16 and 18 hectares in which visitors may find several different excavation sites that allow us to discover aspects of life in this city and the site hosts thehouses of La Portella, the forum and the Roman theatre.


#10 Palma de Mallorca City Sightseeing


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 Pollensa.

There are many great places to visit and see in Palma de Mallorca for the holidaymakers that include; Bellver Castle, sa Llotja (old commercial exchange), the La Almudaina Royal Palace (the old Citadel) and the La Seu Cathedral. The whole route should be done on foot. Hardly any distance at all separates the Cathedral from the Almudaina, the Mallorcan Museum and the Moorish Baths.