Puerto de Alcudia, also known as Port d’Alcúdia is a family-friendly seaside resort in the north of Mallorca. This resort town is very popular with British tourists who come here to spend their family holidays, with great activities for all ages. Puerto de Alcudia has a stunning 7 km white sand beach, a seafront promenade with restaurants and cafés, as well as a gorgeous marina with fishing boats and luxury yachts. Port d’Alcúdia is also just 2 km away from the ancient town of Alcúdia.
Mallorca’s coastal town of Puerto de Alcudia has one of the longest beaches in Mallorca with 7 km of perfect white sand. The port of Alcudia is busy with ferries and yachts sailing in and out of the bay. Right next to the port you will find a stretch of beach, known as Ciudad Blanca (white city), where you will find the top beach bars, restaurants and exciting watersports. All along the idyllic Pla-ya de Alcudia you will find seafront properties such as frontline apartments and villas.
Families love Puerto de Alcudia for its safe, friendly and laidback atmosphere. There’s something utterly soothing about the white sand and tall palm trees, which form the perfect background for peo-ple who wish to escape worry or hurry. Both children and adults have dozens of activities to enjoy in this seaside resort, with various watersports, yachting, golf and the Hidropark Alcúdia water park offering something for everyone. Puerto de Alcudia is a top area for holiday homes.
The beachfront promenade in Puerto de Alcudia is lively throughout the summer, with many fine restaurants, cafés and hotels providing great experiences. Along the beach you will also find playgrounds for children and stands offering boat excursions and dolphin watching tours.
Eating in Puerto de Alcudia is a pleasure, with many international restaurants catering to all tastes. The Michelin star restaurant Maca de Castro is one of the top culinary delights, as is Los Patos Restaurant with local cuisine. Italian Tratoria Italiana S’Espiga also has great reviews.
Golfers will find themselves in paradise in Puerto de Alcudia. The impressive Alcanada Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course with beautiful sea views overlooking the large Alcudia Bay. This exclusive golf club also includes an elegant restaurant and golf academy in truly privileged surroundings.
Puerto de Alcudia has a large port which is popular with big ferry boats taking you to Menorca, Barcelona, as well as Toulon in the south of France. The marina is also one of the greatest in the north of Mallorca, with a mix of local fishing boats and luxury yachts owned by international people.
Naturally, the beach of Puerto de Alcudia is the main attraction of this heavenly seaside resort. Playa de Alcúdia which merges with Playa de Muro is the longest white sand beach with shallow, crystal clear waters. Alcudia beach is popular with watersports, such as windsurfing and paddling.
As with many historic towns in Mallorca, the main town is located inland, whereas a separate port with the same name is found on the coast. This is the case with Puerto de Alcudia and Alcudia. The historic town of Alcúdia is located merely 10 minutes away from the port, with a very different atmos-phere. Alcudia’s ancient past includes Roman, Phoenician and Arab influences with a restored Me-dieval town, old city walls and Roman ruins. Discover our properties for sale in Alcudia.
Puerto de Alcudia is very popular with retirees and expats who choose the north of Mallorca to buy second homes, holiday homes or beachfront apartments near Playa de Alcudia. The area of Puerto de Alcudia also includes many frontline properties for sale in Mallorca which have holiday rental li-censes, allowing you to rent out your property when you’re not on the island during short-term peri-ods. Many exclusive properties in Alcudia can be found in the Mal Pas Bonaire area.
Getting to Puerto de Alcudia from Palma takes approximately 45 minutes by car. Take the MA-13 motorway towards Port d’Alcúdia, taking you all the way until the port. From Palma you may also take the 351 bus which takes 1 hour and 15 minutes to get to the seaside resort. En-route to Puerto de Alcudia you will also find Inca, Sa Pobla, Alcudia and Playa de Muro. Taking a taxi from the PMI airport to Puerto de Alcudia costs approximately 60€, driving up to the north of Mallorca.
Puerto de Alcudia is a family-friendly seaside resort and coastal town in the north of Mallorca. The holiday resort is located just 3 km from the ancient town of Alcudia. Puerto de Alcudia is known for its long white sand beach, beachfront hotels and the huge bay of Alcudia, with ferries heading to Barcelona and beyond.
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