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The quiet former fisherman's bay in the town of Puerto Alcúdia (which originally had only small fishing boats commuting through), has now transformed into a family friendly, fashionable marina and popular nautical destination. All Anchors drop here still, but is now also home to some of the biggest and most elegant yachts in the northern region of Mallorca. It is recommended in this case to visit the marina "Alcudiamar" as one of your upmost priorities when living here on the island - this can be approached by car or on foot, with the marina to the left and the Playa de Alcúdia to the right.
The key to North Mallorca's success as a destination, has been its ability to adapt to new tastes. Especially with this port being a newly popular, internationally recognised area on the property market; owning a modern sleek studio apartment for either yourself or for all your family to enjoy is a must. However, if you are looking in to more of an investment than a second home, then it's still absolutely recommended renting out your stylish new property whether it being a villa, apartment in high season or/and for long term rentals.
This area is full of family style properties, many within walking distance of the busy and atmospheric promenade. So, whether you are looking for a semi-detached villa close to the buzz of the numerous shops, bars and restaurants or a quaint finca a little further out, then this is the area for you. The whole family could never be bored in Puerto Alcudia – a real crowd pleaser – with restaurants serving every type of cuisine; gastronomic, rustic or a simple snack. Just take a walk along the promenade and see the huge mix of boutiques and cafés for yourself.
When living in the neighbourhood of Playa Alcúdia (Alcúdia Beach) and 8km of white caribbean like sands, accompanied by desirable blue ocean on your doorstep, you will be able to understand why the vibrant and hispanic culture, is so hard to leave behind.
You will see on the map you’ll be able to follow the coastline - from the jaw dropping beach of Playa de Muro all the way through to Alcanada, home to one of the best golf courses on the island (Golf Alcanada) This is also where some of the glamourous second home properties will be situated on the bay front, with large idyllic gardens and modern yet traditional Mallorca stone finish.
There are a couple of smaller areas like Sa Marina, a daintier area and much more of a quieter place to exist but none the less a charming area. This is not the case for the outskirts of Alcúdia, for example, Mal Pas & Bon Aire which in English translates to ‘bad path & good air’ - where there is more of a luxury zone. This is of more private way of living - with rocky and narrow roads high up on a hill, that will lead you to some of the most spectacular sea and viewpoints of the Alcúdia and Pollenca bay. This is where you will find some larger and more exclusive properties.
Even though it is known for its busy atmosphere and everyone's prime second home destination in the summer and spring. Puerto Alcúdia does eventually quieten down to a small community that live all year round. We would like to emphasise with this and say that winter in Mallorca is rarely bleak; Some restaurants and local shops do close for the season, yet banks, pharmacies and boutiques hardly close. Local places stay open for you to have more than enough of a comfortable way of living – especially with nearby areas on your doorstep like Pollenca etc.