If you’ve ever wondered what to see in Alcudia, Majorca, now is the time to find out. This destination offers spectacular beaches such as Muro and Alcudia, a walled old town and beautiful buildings. Going shopping here is a joy too. If you’re a culture vulture, you’ll discover lots of fascinating sights. So, what are the major attractions?

Alcudia old town

If you like medieval towns, you’ll love this maze of narrow streets and charming buildings. The Iglesia de Orati de Santa Ana, a thirteenth century Gothic church is a good place to start exploring.

Next, visit the renaissance town hall and the delightful plazas around it, a perfect spot to sit outside a café and enjoy a tasty meal. An impressive central tower with four clocks, one on each side, is the building’s most compelling feature. You’ll never tire of wandering around Alcudia’s old town; there are always new features and details to admire!

The Walls of Alcudia

The old town is completely encircled by its medieval walls, adding to the unique character of the town. One of the most popular activities for tourists is exploring the walls, which are rich in symbols, legends and iconic spots.

The Porta del Moll, one of the most charismatic gates is near the Alcudia market, which we will tell you about in a bit. You can access the walk along the top of the ramparts from the Porta de Vila Roja. The walk along the walls of Alcudia covers a kilometre and a half, the longest on the island of Majorca.

muralla de alcudia en mallorca

Alcudia Market

Twice a week, on Tuesdays and Sundays, the area around the Paseo Mare de Déu de la Victoria fills with colour, flavour, aromas and street vendors. From 8 am to 1 pm, very close to the abovementioned Porta del Moll, fun, hustle and bustle and quality products are guaranteed.

You can buy crafts, clothes, fabrics and local produce. The Alcudia market is one of the largest on Majorca and extends throughout many of the nearby streets. If you enjoy visiting markets, you’ll definitely want to repeat the experience.

Port of Alcudia

This is the cultural and social epicentre of the town and the most popular place for tourists to visit. It offers many services, bars, restaurants and attractions. In fact, it’s a popular hangout spot among the trendiest crowd.

Of course, it’s also the perfect place to go for a boat trip. How about setting sail for Formentor, the Caves of Drach or Menorca? There are also a wide range of water sports on offer including snorkelling, coasteering and kayaking.

A stroll to the dockside to see the boats moored here is a great way to relax and unwind. With the right person, it makes for a wonderful romantic experience.

Alcudia Puerto

The beaches in Alcudia

Visitors to the town can choose between its stunning beaches. The most popular among tourists is Alcudia beach, which is right next to the port and benefits from the area’s vibrant atmosphere. Alcudia beach is large, convenient, offers great services and attracts all types of tourists.

Another of Alcudia’s must-visit beaches is Muro. At 6 kilometres long, it is the longest beach in the whole of Majorca. Order a paella, seafood or fish in one of its beach bars and you’ll be in seventh heaven.

Do you want to explore more charming beaches nearby? Make a note of these names: Coll Baix, Sant Pere and San Joan. There are also loads of idyllic coves that are perfect for escaping the busyness of life in picturesque surroundings.

Playa de Alcudia

Other things to see in and around Alcudia

There are so many places of interest in and around the town. For example, the Museo Sa Bassa Blanca is a great place to visit with your family. The museum’s gigantic animal sculptures will stimulate children’s imagination while getting in touch with nature. There are also works of art and beautiful buildings. It is only 7 kilometres from the centre of Alcudia so it’s easy to get there.

The Roman town of Pollentia is a magnet for lovers of history and architecture. It is located next to the walled old town and contains traces of the town’s Roman past. Pollentia, which was founded in 123 B.C., was the capital of the Balearic islands at this time. 

Lastly, the Iglesia de Sant Jaume is the town’s most significant religious building. Nothing remains of the original fourteenth century church which unexpectedly collapsed at the beginning of the nineteenth century. It was later reconstructed and dedicated to St James, the patron saint of Alcudia.

Now you know what to see in Alcudia, Majorca we’re sure you’ll be wanting to visit as soon as possible. Use our Ideal Property Mallorca browser to find your perfect holiday accommodation in Alcudia. Get ready for an unforgettable getaway!

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