Ivory Playa

The Ivory Playa provides you with a varied pool scene and a packed agenda of activities. During your stay you can play tennis, football or just hop between the pools.

Each pool has something different. The main one is a huge, lagoon-like number, while the second’s a quieter affair. Kids also have their own pool in a shady spot.

A poolside bar is also on hand when you want lunch on your lounger, but main meals are served in the buffet restaurant, too.

Overview of Alcudia

Alcudia is famous for its beach space, which stretches out for more than 8km in front of the Ivory Playa.

The resort is a big hit with families of all ages because of its seemingly endless list of activities. You can head to the karting track to get your adrenaline fix, or you can spend a more relaxing afternoon at the mini golf course. If you’d rather soak up some culture, Alcudia caters for you in that department, too. If you head to the old town, you can explore the castle walls.

No matter how you spend your days on your holiday to Majorca, you can spend your evenings unwinding in Alcudia’s great selection of family-friendly bars.

Things to do in Alcudia

The Ivory Playa is just over the road from Alcudia’s stretch of Blue Flag beach, so it takes a matter of seconds to reach the sand. You’re five kilometres away from Alcudia’s harbour, but the bus stops right outside the hotel. As well as looking at the luxurious boats, you can enjoy a meal in the surrounding restaurants.

Alcudia has been occupied since the Bronze Age 4,000 years ago. The old town centre is still surrounded by 14th-century walls and the houses inside date even further back.

If you’d like to reconnect with nature, you’re close to the S’Albufera nature reserve, which is popular with hikers and cyclists. The relaxed town of Alcudia is a great spot for a family-friendly break in the sunshine!

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.