Mariners Club

Smart, friendly apartments in a central location await you at the Mariners Club. Set in spacious Mediterranean gardens, rooms are well equipped with attractive wooden furnishing, sky-blue sofas and whitewashed walls. From your room, step on to a wide sun terrace circling a large curved pool, which is lined with palm trees and parasols. It’s great if you’re simply looking to relax or join in with the fun activities in the games area. In the evening, there’s plenty of entertainment as you watch the sun set, with professional shows twice a week.

Overview of Alcúdia

Head to Alcúdia on your holidays to Majorca and you’ll find amazing beaches and a culture rich with Mallorcan heritage. Combine that with wonderful coastal scenery and you have all the promise of a lively, family-friendly break. In the north-east of the island, 7km of golden sands await, lining a picturesque port and some exciting attractions. And that’s all before heading into the picturesque old town for deliciously fresh seafood served in the many restaurants and cafes of the cobbled back streets.

Things to do in Alcúdia

From the peaceful Mariners Club, it’s just a 15-minute walk to one of the longest beaches in Majorca. Blue Flag sands roll out from the marina, through a nature reserve and beyond. All along, there are loungers and parasols to hire, along with a great line up of watersports to try. And when you’re done, head to the many shops, bars and restaurants behind the beach. Don’t miss Alcúdia’s old town, either. Enter through 14th-century city walls and enjoy Roman ruins and bustling squares filled with pavement cafes. Elsewhere, enjoy the thrill of Hidropark water park and visit nearby S’Albufera Nature Reserve. Take the trails between sand dunes and lagoons to see some amazing wildlife. There’s so much to do on your holiday to Majorca, but you could also choose to do sweet nothing and enjoy every second of it.

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.