A holiday to Alcudia simply must include a visit to the historic old town in More Vermey along the bay of Pollensa. The labyrinthine streets are home to a vibrant market, where you can shop for handmade arts and crafts. Foodies should keep their eyes peeled for delicious regional ingredients, including the zesty and aromatic Majorcan olive oil, made from olives grown at high altitude in the Tramuntana mountain range.
An Alcudia holiday has something for all the family, and children of all ages will adore the local waterpark's amazing slides, wave pools and mini golf. The resort's relaxed atmosphere also provides an idyllic setting in which to enjoy the wonderful food and drink on offer. Whether you prefer elegant fine dining, tapas bars or simply fresh seafood landed that morning, there will be something there to suit your tastes and mood.
Alcudia's friendly bars and restaurants provide plenty of lively evening entertainment, but ardent clubbers may enjoy an after dark visit to Majorca's party zone in Magaluf on the island's south side. Discos that don't close until well after dawn, famous guest DJs, and wild foam parties make the nearby town one of the most exciting beach holiday night spots in the Balearic Islands. See more Majorca holidays.
Hotels & Villas
Our range of family hotels in Alcudia are the perfect way to enjoy the sea and sand in this pleasant resort in Majorca. The shallow waters and clean beach ma... Read More