Average 2 hour flight
Time difference +1 hour(s)
Average temperature 23°C
If there's anything more relaxing than strolling through the quaint Old Town of Alcudia before stopping for a refreshing glass of sangria in a local bar, we have yet to find it. You can bask in the glorious sunshine on your holiday to Alcudia, one of the most delightful resorts in northern Majorca, and get active with the whole range of exciting beach activities, so whether you're visiting as a couple, family or with friends you certainly won't be short for things to do!
Embrace the gorgeous summer temperatures of up to 25°C, and head to one of the beautiful sandy beaches to top up your tan. Or, perhaps you're keen to have an active day at the beach - why not take advantage of the watersports, windsurfing or pedaloes? For a really unique experience on your Balearic Islands holiday, channel your inner explorer and go paragliding or snorkelling, or make a day of it and head to the harbour for an exciting boat trip.
When you fancy a break from the beach, you can visit Alcudia's Old Town and admire the stunning architecture and the region's rich history. The stunning S'Albufera nature reserve is also less than half an hour away from Alcudia, if you fancy hiking and exploring the superb wildlife this serene reserve has to offer. For family-friendly fun, you'll be pleased to know that Hydro Park Alcudia is just over ten minutes away from the centre of the resort too. It's the only waterpark in the north of Majorca, and definitely worth visiting if you love water rides. You can also enjoy a spot of go-karting at Karting Magic and see who's the fastest in your family!
The nightlife in Alcudia is laid-back in comparison to other Majorcan resorts like Palma and Palma Nova. However, if you're keen to show off your best dance moves, you can head to the port and revel in the bars and discos. Time to dine? You certainly won't go hungry on your holiday to Alcudia, with a wide range of restaurants serving traditional Majorcan food as well as Chinese, Indian, Italian, French and British cuisine. Head to the Old Town for a quiet evening of fine dining, or enjoy the freshly caught seafood or fish at the old fishing village of Porte d'Alcudia.
If a holiday in Alcudia sounds like just what you're looking for, call Hays Travel today and trust us to book a exciting getaway to the Balearic Islands for you. We have over 37 years of experience in booking memorable holidays to Spain and the Canary Islands and we have been voted the UK's Best High Street Travel Agent - so you can guarantee your well-deserved Alcudia holiday is in safe hands with us!
There are lots of things to do on a holiday in Alcudia. The beach is lined with pedalos 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 you'll find a few bars and discos. Entertainment is mainly hotel based 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, Port D'Alcudia, at the end of the beach, is the place to be. Local wines go down well with your meal.