Grupotel Maritimo

The sweeping facade of the Grupotel Maritimo is just one element that gives it the presence and character that keeps guests returning year on year. Other selling points include pretty bedrooms, two swimming pools and enviable beach-adjacent location.

Offering plenty on the way of evening entertainment, fantastic and varied food and an upmarket spa, there is very little that the hotel can’t offer and even then, a short walk will get you somewhere that can. Being just 150m to the beach, 200m to the bustling Playa de Muro and 4km to the chic marina, the hotel is perfectly positioned, as well as being entirely luxurious.

Overview of Alcudia

Holidays to Majorca are always a treat and not just because it’s the largest and most popular of the Balearic islands. The combination of great weather, beautiful beaches and a welcoming vibe are what have kept ever-increasing numbers of tourists falling in love with Majorca.

Alcudia, in the north-east, is a relaxed and culturally significant part of the island, thanks to a host of Roman ruins to explore, but there’s more to enjoy than just history. Foodies leap at the chance to sample the local cuisine and active types thrive thanks to the plethora of hiking trails and diverse range of water sports to try, many of which are available just outside the Grupotel Maritimo walls.

Things to do in Alcudia

When it comes to well-positioned hotels, you’ll struggle to find anything as fortuitous as the Grupotel Maritimo. A hop and a skip across the road you’ll find a superb family-friendly beach, which is perfect for lazy sunbathing or trying your hand at some new activities and to keep the water theme alive, you could wander down to the marina.

To take in some history, a visit to old town is a must and gives a piquant insight into the evolution of the island, but it doesn’t have to be all educational. For a chance to let your hair down, head to the Hidropark, an all-in-one adventure destination that offers water slides, karting and mini-golf.

Perfect for holidaymakers of all ages, Alcudia is a wonderfully varied and relaxed destination that can be as exciting or laid-back as you choose – the only question is what sort of break do you need?


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.