Holidays in Alcudia offer a six-mile stretch of beach, a quaint old town, charming harbour and rich history. Set on the north of the Balaeric Island of Majorca, Alcudia's history spans back to the Romans, Greeks and Phoenicians. Alcudia Old Town is set within an ancient Moorish fort and features picturesque squares, street caves and a small Roman amphitheatre. Alcudia's long beach stretches all the way to C'an Picafort and offers a range of water sports, including windsurfing, pedaloes, parasailing, banana boats, jet skiing and snorkelling. Porte d’Alcudia, the old fishing village, is the place to head for the catch of the day in one of the seaside restaurants. With such a great choice of things to do and see in Alcudia, it’s easy to understand why an Alcudia holiday is a popular choice for couples and families alike.
There are lots of things to do on a holiday in Alcudia. The beach is lined with pedaloes and banana boats or you can try your hand at jetskiing, paragliding and kitesurfing. Gokarting at Karting Magic is a fun way to spend a couple of hours, as are the chutes and slides of Hidropark waterpark. Take a fishing or diving trip by boat from the harbour. Tennis courts and a golf course are on offer too. Keen hikers and birdspotters can explore the wildlife and scenery of the protected S'Albufera nature reserve.
Alcudias nightlife is quite laidback but if youre looking for a lively time, head to the port area where youll find a few bars and discos. Entertainment is mainly hotelbased with live music and shows.
There's no shortage of places to eat and drink in Alcudia. The choice includes Chinese, Indian, Italian and French meals together with British favourites and fast food options. For traditional Mallorquin fare and fine dining, head to the Old Town. For seafood and fish, Porte DAlcudia, at the end of the beach, is the place to be. Local wines go down well with your meal.
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