3 bedroom holiday villas in Alcudia


Photo : Alcudia - Villa Toni Carro 3 bedroom air-conditioned holiday villa with sea view in a scenic location overlooking The Bay of Puerto Pollensa 3 bedrooms    Read more ...

4 + bedroom holiday villas in Alcudia


Photo : Alcudia - Dominga 6 bedroom, 5-bathroom holiday villa with pool situated between Pollensa and Alcudia. 6 bedrooms    Read more ...


Photo : Alcudia - Can Seguinet 4 bedroom, 3-bathroom, air-conditioned holiday villa with pool close to the beach 4 bedrooms    Read more ...

For those who enjoy walking around old roman towns admiring the architechture and maybe relaxing at one of the many restaurant and bars located throughout the town, then Alcudia in the north of Majorca is worth visiting. Alcudia old town is one of the most beautiful and historical destinations on the entire island of Majorca Although most people visit Alcudia in order to walk along the Paseo Maritimo or swim in the remarkable beaches, all visitors should also make time to visit the area known as the Old Town which is full of amazing architecture and Roman ruins that have been standing for more than two thousand years, so there is always plenty to do and see. If you are a history lover, or if you simply want to get a better feel for the local culture in northern Majorca, then a trip to Alcudia Old Town is a great choice.

Alcudia also contains Mallorca's longest golden beach beach so you could include some seaside relaxation in your outing from Pollensa or Puerto Pollensa. Alcudia is only a 20 minute local bus journey from Puerto Pollensaand you can see it quite easily in the distance across the bay of Puerto Pollensa.

You can visit Alcudia and be back in a morning so you do not need to spend the entire day there unless by choice. The bus leaves fairly early from the bus terminus at the roundabout and the price each way is appropimatly 2 euros. Why not enjoy the sprawling market held twice a week, where you can purchase anything from fresh local produce to souvenirs

You will find the bus timetable in your 'whats on in Puerto Pollensa' brochure which you can collect from the tourist information office. Make sure you check the bus time for the return journey as their is a period over lunchtime when buses do not run - due to the siesta.