Alquiler de chalets de lujo en Alcudia

En el norte de Mallorca, Alcudia y Port Alcudia atraen con su cautivadora mezcla de historia, belleza natural y comodidades modernas.

Why to choose Alcudia?

Alcudia, a charming mediaeval town, situated on the northern tip of Mallorca. It boasts well-preserved remnants of its ancient Roman roots, including a picturesque old town encircled by ancient walls. Family-friendly, historic, and blessed with good restaurants and cultural events, the town has much to offer. 


In contrast, Port Alcudia, just a stone’s throw away, offers a vibrant seaside escape with its stunning beaches, bustling marina, and array of waterfront cafes and shops. Together, they form a dynamic duo, catering to both history enthusiasts and sun-seeking vacationers. 


Renting a holiday villa in Alcudia allows visitors to immerse themselves in this enchanting corner of the island. Whether exploring the narrow streets of Alcudia’s historic quarter or lounging on the golden sands of pristine beaches, this destination promises an unforgettable Mediterranean experience.

Restaurants in Alcudia

Eating out in Alcudia is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in local culture. Our restaurant selection:

Ca Na Marcè a holistic restaurant in Port d’Alcudia offering different flavours both from the land and the sea plus exquisite interior creating altogether a memorable atmosphere.

Ca’n Costa the oldest restaurant in Alcudia and is located in the heart of the old town, offering guests to enjoy traditional Mallorcan dishes, historic atmosphere, courtyard and overall authentic experience.

Restaurant Vermutería Ca’n Matevet offers a careful and avant-garde gastronomic experience and invites you to enjoy food and signature cocktails in a place with multiple design spaces, with the best sunsets and views of the Port of Alcudia.

Restaurant La Terraza Alcanada in a prime location along the seafront, right by a charming cove, the restaurant offers a menu of Mediterranean delights.

Best beaches near Alcudia

Playa de Muro

6,5 km from Alcudia old town. Playa de Muro offers an idyllic coastal paradise with a long stretch of golden sand backed by dunes and pine forests. Perfect for families with children.

Es Coll Baix

For those seeking a quieter and more secluded beach experience, Es Coll Baix which is located 7,5 km away from Alcudia, offers a spectacular virgin beach with sand and pebbles. Perfect for nature lovers as the last stretch of the path to the beach is only accessible on foot.

Platja de Sa Font de Sant Joan

2,5 km from Alcudia old town. With its clear waters and sandy beach it’s clearly a gem. There is parking close by, but you do have to walk to the beach.

Things you can’t miss while in Alcudia:

  • Wander through the charming streets of Alcudia’s historic old town. Including the iconic Church of Sant Jaume and the ruins of the Roman city of Pollentia.
  • Discover the natural beauty of the S’Albufera Natural Park.
  • Indulge in thrilling water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking, and paddleboarding or take a boat trip and explore the scenic coastline from the water.
  • Golf lovers can enjoy their time in Club de Golf Alcanada, an exquisite 18-hole course crafted by Robert Trent Jones and his son.
  • Have an evening stroll from Port d’Alcudia along Playa d’Alcudia.

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