Located to the north of the island in the Bay of Alcudia, this resort is busy without being rowdy and has all the amenities you’d expect of a major Balearic tourist destination.
There’s more than your fair share of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants and whilst most of the evening entertainment is hotel based, there are a few music bars, karaoke clubs and also a couple of discos to try out your dancing shoes in.
The whole family will enjoy a day at the Hidropark Majorca water park, followed by a friendly game of mini golf on the giant course next door. There’s also an18 hole golf course for the serious contenders plus tennis, squash, go karting and cycling.
When it’s time to chill out most people head for the beach which slopes gently into the shallow Mediterranean water making it perfect for children and non swimmers. There’s also the usual choice of water sports in the bay waiting to whisk you away from your relaxing sun lounger.
The old town of Alcudia lies within ancient Moorish fort walls and dates back centuries. The walls give Alcudia a spectacular setting and with much of this area pedestrianised, it’s safe and easy to get around. Why not book a guided walking tour to fully appreciate the fascinating history of your holiday destination.
In Port Alcudia you can hop on a boat and explore the coastline, join a fishing expedition, search for Nemo on the glass bottomed boat, or simply relax at a waterside café and watch the world go by.