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  • Air Condition
  • Baby friendly
  • Dishwasher
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Ironing board
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Kitchenette
  • Outdoor pool
  • Private Bathroom
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Seating area
  • Terrace
  • Towels
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • WiFi





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Alcúdia is a small town on the Spanish island of Mallorca, with a warm-hearted community that barely exceeds 3,000 souls. However, this little town can offer you breathtaking sights and experiences, that could hardly be surpassed or forgotten, so don’t let its size fool you. People have lived on this island and around the Gulf of Alcúdia since the Bronze Age, but we can talk about an organized community on these lands only after the arrival of the Romans, around the first century B.C. At first, the town has gain a strategic importance for the Roman troops and after their departure, the bay of Alcúdia became a little heaven for the pirates of the Mediterranean Sea. The attacks of the pirates almost brought the community to its knees, most of the inhabitants fleeing the region. It was in the late 16th century when a commercial harbor was constructed in the Bay of Alcúdia and the town consequently improved its security and economy.

The colorful history of Alcúdia generated beautiful stories and since the early ‘20s, tourists from all over Europe were coming here for the summer, to live a timeless experience, beyond the majestic gates of the city walls. The town of Alcúdia has definitely gained a timeless vibe. The shadowy streets are flavored by the exotic aromas used in the cuisines of dozens small restaurants scattered all around.

Alcúdia can offer lots of fun things to do for those looking for an active vacation, both on land and ashore. The warm and calm waters of Baida d’Alcúdia are ideal for snorkeling and kayaking, but the lack of waves makes surfing almost impossible. The best alternative to surfing in Alcúdia is windsurfing, especially if you are a novice in this sport. The docks of the port are filed with boats and yachts for hire or small beach shops organizing small trips at sea on a daily basis.

If you want to try something that involves less sea, you should visit Hidropark, a water park that also has a 54-hole mini-golf course. Since we have mentioned golf, you must also know that Mallorca is one of the most popular golf destinations in the whole Europe and the small town of Alcúdia is hosting not one, but three of the largest and nicest golf resorts of the island, one of them with 9 holes course and the other two with 18-holes courses.
The night life of this little town could be appealing for the young generation, especially during the peak of the summer season, when students from Spain and other parts of Europe are here on holiday. Several clubs in town are opened all night and the small bars along the seashore are hosting beach parties till sunrise. And yes, from the beaches of Alcúdia, you can watch the wonderful show created by the emerging sun, glowing every morning from the sea.

But the most important reason that should attract you to this this small town is the authentic fiesta atmosphere. No other beach resort from the island’s bigger towns will ever top the true Spanish experience you can witness in Alcúdia.

Sports and nature

Sports and natureAlcanada Golf Course is situated only 4 miles away. Cycle hire available in the town. This town its recommended for families with children due to not so deep waters and its long beach.


NightlifeMany bars, pubs and restaurants available here. Also you can have a long party night in one of the many discos of the area.
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