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Alcúdia Majorca, Alcudia
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Alcúdia Interesting : Michelin's recommendations

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Alcúdia is surrounded by 14C ramparts and guards the access to a strip of land separating the Bay of Pollença from the Bay of Alcúdia. The fortified walls retain the modified Porte del Muelle or Xara gate, leading to the port and, on the other side of town, the San Sebastián or Majorca gate. Inside the ramparts, some streets have retained their old charm, including windows with Renaissance decoration.

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Tourist attractions Alcúdia : Things to see and do

  • Costa Rocosa Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    E - Alcúdia

    Extending along the west part of the island between Palma and Alcúdia, this is one of the wonders of Majorca. Popular with cyclists, the mountains fall away sharply into the blue and turquoise waters of the sea. Its stark relief is softened by abunda..

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  • Museo monográfico de Pollentia

    Sant Jaume 30 E - 07400 Alcúdia

    Housed in a chapel in the old district of Alcúdia, the monographical museum of Pollentia contains statues, oil lamps, bronzes and jewels found on the site of the old city of Pollentia.

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  • Port

    E - 07400 Alcúdia

    The port covers a vast bay, one side of which is very developed with hotels and high towers. A long beach stretches to the resort of Can Picafort. In the background, the marshland area of Albufera is a nature reserve.

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Hotels Alcúdia

  • Ca´n Pere Four stars Four stars Four stars Four stars

    Serra,12 E - 07400 Alcudia

    This boutique hotel is a delightfully renovated 19th-century, noble home with elegant, Neoclassical furnishings – enjoy your Mallorcan breakfast in the summer months on the sunny, outdoor terrace. Admire the rustic charm of the Ca’n Pere with sto..

  • Hotel Can Simo

    Sant Jaume, 1 E - 07400 Alcudia

    Can Simó is a small, exclusive hotel occupying a prime position in the historic town of Alcúdia just a few kilometres from both the Bays of Pollensa and Alcúdia with their beautiful sandy beaches and only 4 kilometres from the Alcanada golf course. A..

  • Sant Jaume

    Sant Jaume, 6 E - 07400 Alcudia

    Sant Jaume is a small hotel in the heart of Medieval Alcúdia, surrounded by the old city walls. It is a charming 19th-century building, with free Wi-Fi in all rooms. The Hotel Sant Jaume is set in a historic building with classic Mallorcan style. Th..

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Restaurants Alcúdia

  • Bistró del Jardín Quite comfortable restaurant 

    dels Tritons E - 07400 Port d'Alcúdia

    This appealing bistro is on the ground floor of a villa housing the Jardín restaurant, which is under the same ownership. Entrance hall, porch-style dining room, plus an attractive garden terrace. Reasonably priced traditional cooking.

  • Jardín Very comfortable restaurant  A very good restaurant in its category

    dels Tritons E - 07400 Port d'Alcúdia

    A gastronomic restaurant that is clearly on the up. On the first floor of a typical villa-style building with a comfortable and well-designed modern dining room. The single tasting menu features unique signature dishes that showcase the chef's techni..

  • Casa Gallega Tapas bar 

    Hostelería 11 E - 07400 Port d'Alcúdia

    This restaurant in the style of a typical Galician mesón or tavern has a terrace, a bar with a few tables and a contemporary-rustic dining room. Traditional à la carte dishes including tapas, raciones and a good value set menu. A free tapa comes with..

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