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Searching for villas in Alcudia is often high on the list of people who fall in love with the lovely island of Mallorca. The picturesque ancient walled town of Alcudia is a real north Majorcan gem and a popular choice for many potential property buyers who are in the market for villas for sale in Alcudia.
There is a good range of villas for sale in Alcudia. So whether you're looking for asimple family villa in the centre of Alcudia, a cool, contemporary villa overlooking the rooftops of the old town, or a luxurious villa-style property withviews to the Bay of Alcudia, we at Balearicproperties.com would be delighted to help you find your dream villa for sale in Alcudia.
Alcudia is such a delightful old historic town, perfect for enjoying family life in the sun in Mallorca. It is literally steeped in Mallorcan history. The old town itself is surrounded by a medieval wall and there is also an ancient Roman Theatre on the outskirts.
The Gothic Church of Sant Jaume is a major attraction in Alcudia, particularly with its sixteenth-century painted panels giving one a real feeling of the heritage of the place. Even Alcudia town hall is a joy to behold; its seventeenth century structure featuring a beautiful balcony and bell tower.
In fact, it's not hard to see why Alcudia is regarded by many residents and visitors as being their favourite place in the whole of Mallorca! Alcudia is a town with so much culture. The town’s Museu Monografic (971 547 004) is a must-see for history buffs interested in the heritage of northern Mallorca and Alcudia in particular.
Yet it’s not all history in Alcudia by any means. The achingly cool, ultra-modern cultural centre, Auditori d’Alcudia features an arts centre, a theatre and a library. Interestingly, Alcudia hosts one of the largest open-air markets in Majorca. Twice a week, hundreds of locals and visitors throng around the ancient town centre to look for a bargain before relaxing in one of the town's many bars, cafes and restaurants.
Enjoy a round of golf? Well you won't be disappointed in Alcudia. Nearby Golf Alcanada, a delightful 18-hole course overlooking the sea is a popular choice. The clubhouse is in a converted old Mallorcan mansion and features a stunning terrace and upmarket restaurant. Restaurant S'Arc is a lovely place to eat in Alcudia. This renovated old stone house serves fresh local produce in season, and features a delightful terrace. The building also hosts the Hotel Can Simo. Or you could try Restaurant Sa Placa (971 546 278) for traditional Mallorcan cuisine - salted cod is a house speciality.
Hugely popular Alcudia is geared to cater for all ages and tastes. For action packed days head to the nearby waterpark, the local wetland nature reserve and the long soft white sand beach with great choice of watersports on offer. Less energetic pastimes include soaking up the old town's historic charm and exploring the rocky coastline by boat. Boutiques and shops are across the resort and bars, restaurants and cafes sit along the bay. Alcudia's cosmopolitan and lively nightlife scene centres on the busy port area with further entertainments spread throughout the resort.
Conveniently, Alcudia is a very easy drive from Palma International Airport, taking about 50 minutes. Simply follow the motorway and it will take you almost all the way to Alcudia town.
Yet another reason to come here to look for those dream villas for sale in Alcudia!