The old town of Alcudia is 2 miles inland from the coastal development and port. It is well worth a visit. Parts of the town date back to around 1300. But it dates back much further to the original Phoenicians and Greek settlers, followed by the Romans, who made Alcudia the capital of the island.Visitors to Alcudia Old Town today enter the narrow streets through one of the two gates that were constructed, along with the impressive walls, after the conquest of the island by King Jaime I of Spain.

The actual port and holiday resort of Alcudia lies at the western end of the stunning Bay of Alcudia, which runs for over 8km through Playa de Muro and the resort of C’an Picafort in the east.

The Bay of Alcudia has warm shallow waters that make it very popular with families with young children. The beach is one of the main attractions having fine, clean sand with a wide variety of water sport and other facilities available to suit all tastes. Nowhere on the long beach is ever more than a few hundred metres from the nearest bar or cafe.

Alcudia is a popular international tourist resort, however it is not loud with evening entertainment mainly found in the hotels. It is particularly suitable for young families.

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Viva Tropic & Spa

4 star hotelSelf-Catering | B&B | Half-Board | All-Inclusive
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Alcudia Garden

3 star hotelSelf-Catering | Half-Board | All-Inclusive
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Botel Alcudiamar Club

4 star hotelB&B | Half-Board
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