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Holidays to Alcudia, Majorca

Situated on the north east coast of Majorca, Alcudia is an authentic and traditional town that has maintained its Majorcan charm. Surrounded by 14th century walls, Alcudia was built two miles inland to help protect local inhabitants from the threat of pirate attacks.

Though pirates are no longer a threat, the walls remain a sign of Alcudia’s history and are a great starting point to do any sightseeing.  This town now thrives on the tourism industry, showcasing quaint and authentic shops and cafés behind the city walls.

Further towards the coast, the Port of Alcudia is home to one of the longest golden beaches in Majorca. This area, only a short distance from the Old Town of Alcudia, caters more to families looking to relax in the sun.

LANGUAGE Spanish
CURRENCY Euro
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1
FLIGHT TIME London: 2 hrs
COST OF A BEER €3
3 COURSE MEAL €25

Top Resorts in Majorca

C’an Picafort

Set in the heart of Alcudia bay on the North east coast of Majorca, C’An Picafort is perhaps most famously known for its 12k of sandy beach which stretches all the way to Alcudia.

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Cala Bona

Hidden away on Majorca’s east coast Is Cala Bona, a quiet harbour town with undeniable charm. Wander the quaint streets, relax on the beach, and dine on fresh seafood in the local restaurants.

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Cala D’Or

With its many sheltered coves or ‘calas’, and array of golden sandy beaches, which gently shelve into the calm blue seas, Cala D’Or must be one of the east coast’s most beautiful areas.

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Cala Millor

This modern purpose built resort offers restaurants that cater for every taste, wide sandy bays which are host to an excellent range of water sports and clear shallow waters, in fact, everything you need for fun in the sun.

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