The Bay of Alcudia boasts clear, shallow waters and long, sandy beaches, attracting holidaymakers from all over Europe.
From the Puerto de Alcudia in the west to C’an Picafort 10km down the coast, you will find everything you need for an enjoyable stay, including beach bars, restaurants and cafes.
Alcudia stands at the head of a sandy beach which continues around the bay of Alcudia. Further up the northern coast is the commercial port where passenger ferries leave for the city of Ciutadella.
The area around the fishing harbour offers upmarket restaurants, mooring for luxury yachts and an attractive pedestrianised promenade.
Alcudia town, just a few kilometres inland is a restored Medieval town with city walls, Roman ruins and one of the best markets in Mallorca.