Superb golden sandy beaches
Late deals to Alcudia represent the very essence of what a family could ever want when they are looking for some beach based fun in the sun.
Alcudia is situated on the north east coast of Majorca and is one of the most popular Balearic Island resorts; a comfortable 90min transfer will take you from Palma Airport to this picturesque destination.
An amazing 5km stretch of golden sandy beach that slopes down to gentle warm waters makes Alcudia a particular favourite with families wishing to take advantage of clean safe sands as well as a great lively atmosphere. Holidays in Alcudia are best spent lazing along the fine sands under the glistening Spanish sunshine or participating in the abundance of fun filled water sports along this stunning Mediterranean coastline.
If you wish to take a break away from the superb sands there are many souvenir shops to stroll around as well as a small selection of boutiques. If it's serious shopping you're looking for head into the capital of Palma with its streets lined with trendy designer boutiques alongside well known high street shops.
The old town of Alcudia is home to a wealth of culture, with its pedestrianised streets lined with shops, cafes and restaurants perfect for an afternoon stroll. The old town itself is surrounded by ancient fort walls that date back centuries and create a warm traditional feel to the town. On the outskirts of these fine walls you will find a selection of fascinating Roman ruins as well as Spain’s smallest amphitheatre. Port Alcudia hosts daily ferries to the neighbouring Balearic Island of Menorca as well as to Barcelona on the Spanish mainland making an ideal day out for the more adventurous.
Quick Alcudia Tips
The currency needed for Alcudia holidays is the Euro
There are no visa requirements for holidays to Alcudia for British passport holders
You will land in Palma Airport (PMI) for holidays to Alcudia
Transfers from Palma Airport to Alcudia take approximately 40 minutes
Spanish is the language spoken on Alcudia holidays, however English is widely used
Alcudia has excellent child friendly facilities throughout the resort so is extremely popular for family holidays to Majorca
Traditional paella to international cuisine
Throughout Majorca there are many reliable bus and train links making it easy and stress free to visit the capital Palma for a change of scenery and a day of shopping. If you want to witness the breathtaking views of Alcudia Bay its well worth climbing Sa Talaia d'Alcudia, a steep hill on the outskirts of the resort that looks out over the spectacular Alcudia coastline and the backdrop of mountains and lush green hillsides. The action packed Hidropark is an incredible day out for the whole family to take advantage of the exhilarating rapids and waterslides during your holiday to Alcudia.
You will find a vast selection of cafes and restaurants that serve everything ranging from traditional Spanish paella to international cuisines such as bangers and mash on your Alcudia holidays, ensuring that there's something to tempt the taste buds of the pickiest of eaters and put a smile on the face of children. Evenings in this bustling resort come alive without being over the top; there are many different bars and discos with family orientated atmospheres along with one or two nightclubs for the older ones. If you prefer to spend your evenings dining in a quiet romantic restaurant you will be more than happy with the choice on offer on Alcudia holidays.
Within the resort you have a fantastic selection of accommodation from luxury 5* beachfront hotels filled with entertainment, children's clubs and all inclusive meal options as well as comfortable well maintained self catering apartments for the more independent holidaymaker. Wherever you choose to stay you are sure to have the holiday of a lifetime in amazing Alcudia. Book late deals to Alcudia online here at Latedeals.co.uk.
Top Places to Visit
See dolphins, penguins, sea lions, sharks and exotic birds with displays throughout the day and even a small water park where the younger ones can cool off.
Western Water Park
You name it and they've thought of it at this water park, exhilarating slides such as The Beast and The Boomerang will keep adrenalin seekers amused all day while there's a mini park for the younger visitors.
Explore the historic old town, the cosmopolitan new, or make time to do both on a trip to the island's capital city of Palma. Mix Gothic architecture with designer shopping split by lunch at a harbour side cafe and you have the perfect day out on Alcudia holidays.