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. Stroll along the pedestrianised promenade to the working harbour, or alternatively watch the sun set in one of the low-key bars or seafood restaurants serving fresh catch of the day. A resort best suited to anyone looking for a relaxing beach based holiday within easy reach of a busier resort of (Alcudia). Transfer Time – 80mins
The main streets of Ca'an Picafort are lined with a wide variety of restaurants, meaning you can get whatever you're in the mood for! There are Spanish restaurants serving tapas and locally-sourced seafood, and plenty of English options for the homesick. The resort has a strong family feel, making it an ideal place to eat out with children.
Ca'an Picafort is home to a beautiful stretch of sand, and while the most popular areas can get overcrowded, secluded spots can be found just a short walk along the beach. The town has a wide selection of shops, and a local market visits the town once a week to sell local crafts and delicacies at bargain prices. For a fun day trip, hire bikes and follow the 5-mile cycle lane to Alcudia.