Boccaccio Hotel

With an enviable postcode and beachfront restaurants, the Boccaccio Hotel has plenty of sun, sea and sand.

The hotel’s big on al fresco dining. You’ll find a beach bar and a restaurant right on the gorgeous sands, and the buffet takes pride of place inside the hotel. And you can tuck into international and Majorcan cuisine on a terrace.

In the hotel’s grounds, a good-sized pool has a section for children and a bar for snacks. Evenings are quiet, but kids can boogie till bedtime at the mini disco.

Overview of Alcudia

If you want a relaxing holiday to soak up the sun, Alcudia is perfect. Life here revolves around the four sandy beaches at the front of the resort, but there’s also plenty to see and explore, too.

Alcudia’s popular with tourists looking for holidays to Majorca because of the sheer variety of activities, culture and history to explore. If sea views on the beach aren’t your thing, take a 4×4 experience along the coast, get out on the open water or enjoy some traditional Spanish cuisine.

Things to do in Alcudia

The Boccaccio Hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from a beach and a lake where you can relax and top up your tan.

If you fancy getting out and about, the tourist train stops nearby. This will take you past Alcudia’s greatest sights and attractions before dropping you off in the old town. Here you’ll find well-preserved Roman relics and 14th-century walls. While days here are about architecture and history, in the evening you’ll find home-cooked meals on almost every street.

The perfect mix of relaxing beaches and adventurous excursions, Alcudia has enough to keep you coming back time and time again.

Resort Summary

Alcudia’s coastline is varied and scenic, broken into a number of beaches that each offer a unique way to relax beside the sea. The most popular beach is the Playa de Alcudia, where you can rent sun loungers and umbrellas for added relaxation. It’s also bordered by bars and restaurants, which keep this beach scene lively and, most of all, convenient.

The gorgeous Playa Coll Baix is a sheltered cove carved into a cliffside. It’s as stunning as it sounds, with turquoise waters and a pebbled beach that’s only accessible on foot or by boat. Needless to say, it’s pretty tranquil and idyllic. Once there, you can meet and greet the colourful fish swimming offshore or explore the caves lining the coast.

The Playa de Sant Joan is a peaceful bay lined with green cliffs, while the bustling Playa de Aucanada is a great day out with the family. Thatched umbrellas and sun loungers line the shore, while a long, wooden pier extends out into the water and is an excellent leaping-off point for a cool swim. It’s no wonder that for many people booking last minute holidays to Majorca, Alcudia is the destination of choice.