Free to Explore
With its seven-mile stretch of golden beach and plenty of shops, bars, cafés and restaurants to choose from, Alcudia appeals to a wide variety of tastes.
Food is a popular aspect of visiting Alcudia, and no holiday would be complete without trying the ratatouille and potatoes dish called Tumbet, the Coca pizza, and Lechona, which is roasted suckling pig. There are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy locally caught fish. The area's nightlife is also an attractive draw for anyone who enjoys relaxed watering holes or even lively nightclubs.
In contrast with the nightlife, Alcudia is also home to ancient Roman ruins and an amphitheatre, which are definitely worth visits. The twice weekly market in the Old Town is also good for a bargain or two, helping to make Alcudia a very desirable accessible holiday destination.
Transfer time from the airport is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.