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How to get to Alcudia

The ancient town of Alcudia and the popular Port d’Alcudia holiday resort are located on Majorca’s northeastern coast, about 60 km from the capital of Palma. A transfer from Majorca Palma Airport to Alcudia takes 45 minutes with a private transfer, 60 minutes by speedy shuttle and about 75 minutes by bus. These transfers times are approximate. Prices range from £13 to £34 dependent on active promotions and vehicle selected.

Why visit Alcudia

Alcudia is a popular northern town and a great holiday destination for couples, families and groups the whole year round. Offering a mix of history, culture, wonderful beaches and lively nightlife, Alcudia and the neighbouring resort of Port d’Alcúdia allow visitors to get a taste of Majorca’s heritage as well as plenty of sun, sea and sand.

Things to do in Alcudia

Discover some of the island’s rich culture and history with a visit to the medieval old town where you can discover the Church of Sant Jaume, the little Roman Theatre and the impressive Palma or Sant Sebastia and the Xara or Del Port Gates.

If you’re looking forwards to a day on the sand, Alcudia beach offers watersports and boat trips around the coast, as well as snorkeling and scuba diving. For a quiet spot away from the crowds, walk along the beach to Playa de Muro, or the peaceful beach of Coll Baix.

Nightlife in Alcudia

Whether you’re looking for a sophisticated night of cocktails and conversation or you’re headed straight for the Magaluf Party Bus - direct to the nightlife capital of Majorca - there are plenty of options for a fun night out in and around Alcudia. The marina area of Port d’Alcudia is the perfect place to start your evening and is full of chic bars and restaurants where you can get a bite to eat. From there, take in the live entertainment and music along Pedro Mas Y Reus (or ‘Dollar Street’) or dance the night away at the Banana Disco Complex.

Popular restaurants in Alcudia

S’Amfora Restaurant, on Calle Arta, offers fantastically fresh seafood and tapas dishes at very reasonable prices, and in a very kid-friendly environment. Another good spot for family food is Restaurant Miramar on Passeig Maritim 2, offering great views, friendly staff and home cooked children’s meals. For some more incredible views, but with an option of fine dining, try La Terraza Alcanada for some delicious Mediterranean cuisine.

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