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Comme jaime une maison simple, peinte dans des tons clairs et pas trop meubl?e, jai choisi cette villa. il offre une tranquillit? qui ma fait sentir bien et a pass? mes journ?es l?-bas compl?tement d?tendu. Ce que j?ai aim?, c?est la piscine propre, la vue depuis le balcon des montagnes. Les femmes de m?nage ont fait de leur mieux. Je nai rien ? dire ? ce sujet.Read more
Not enough words to describe how beautiful this island is. Already when searching for a holiday villa we all agreed that this would be it. The beaches with the blue sky water, where you would like to stay for a long time, the many attractions that tourists like to go to, have been part of our search for new experiences. As far as the house itself is concerned, the owner has done his best to offer his guests a spacious facility in terms of comfort, luxury, courtesy, views of a breathtaking mountain landscape and above all a clean house. We spent the night hours in the many restaurants with good music, friendly staff and above all delicious food and drinks. Mallorca, we will be back again verRead more
Soggiorno perfetto in una casa meravigliosa. La piscina era totalmente privata e tranquilla. La citta di Alcudia e una delle nostre citta preferite. Grazie mille.Read more
Somos a primeira fam?lia nesta vila a passar suas f?rias l?. A primeira coisa que chama a aten??o nesta vila ? que ela ? ideal para crian?as por causa da cerca ao redor da piscina e de uma cerca perto da escada do primeiro andar. Apesar de tudo isso, mantivemos um olhar atento sobre nossos filhos, porque os filhos s?o de responsabilidade de seus pais. Os espa?os interno e externo s?o espa?osos, com uma mesa de badminton que tem muito o que fazer para todos. Tome banhos de sol ? beira da piscina a combina??o com o ar fresco do mar era um verdadeiro luxo. Preparamos parcialmente nossas refei??es e ? noite comemos nos restaurantes pr?ximos.Read more
We enjoyed a magical Christmas in Mallorca. Weather was sunny every day, although the pool was a little too cold for us to swim in. Maybe it was eating too much Turkey! Thanks again. Garland family.Read more
We have stayed in many houses and know from experience that every stay has its own appearance. This house is not inferior to the others. We were able to find ourselves in what we were looking for in a vacation home. The walk to the beach, with fine white crystal sand, our experience at the aqua park was great and the many entertainments did us good. Invited to go back to our daily activities.Read more
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Villas in Alcudia
The medieval town of Alcudia is the largest tourist destination in northern Majorca. Situated on a peninsula that separates the ports of Pollensa and Alcudia, this charming ancient resort boasts an authentic local atmosphere, beautiful beaches, luxurious villas and a fascinating history that spans as far back as before the Bronze Age. The town is easy to reach by car, bus or taxi and Palma de Majorca airport is not far away.
Up until the 13th century Alcudia was under the Moorish occupation, when in 1362 King James II of Aragon bought a farmstead known as Alcudia, where the story of this beautiful region begins. The first thing you notice about this little gem is its medieval wall and towers guarded by two historic gates. The Old Town is at the heart of Alcudia and visitors can enter through the two historic gates of La Porta del Moll and La Puerta de Majorca. These magnificent gates are flanked by historic watch towers connected by a thick stone arch. The Old Town itself is surrounded by well-preserved medieval walls which visitors can walk on.
As a change from sunbathing you can also visit S'Albufera Natural Park, 5km south of Port d'Alcudia; it’s famous for its wetlands and bird watching. Or surprise your family with a visit to Hidropark, a water park in Port d'Alcudia. You can enjoy a nice game of golf at Club de Golf Alcanada, some 3km east of the port. If you feel like getting more acquainted with the history of Spanish people, you can do that at the Fundación Yannick y Ben Jakober. Additionally, there are several hiking trails leading from the Talaia d'Alcúdia wildlife park to Mirador Penya des Migdia for any outdoor enthusiast to enjoy.
The region enjoys a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot, dry summers. From June the temperature rises up to 30°C, with an average daytime temperature of 27°C. There’s relatively little rain in the peak summer months so make sure you enjoy the beautiful nearby beaches or relax in your villa’s own private pool. Stay in one of our Alcudia villas to explore everything this charming region has to offer: charming 13th Century houses, palm-lined beaches and atmospheric restaurants, cafés and shops. Some of northern Majorca’s most beautiful beaches are just a few miles away and are easily reached by one of the regular buses from Alcudia to Port d'Alcudia. Playa de Alcudia, one of Majorca’s most spectacular Blue Flag beaches, is right on your doorstep. At 7km long it’s the longest beach on the island and it stretches from Port de Alcudia to Cuidad Blanca. In the centre of town lies the Church of St. Jaume, as well as a Roman theatre less than a kilometre away. Alcudia is a home to traditional fiestas, fairs and classical music festivals. It has one of the best markets on the island and it is surrounded by beautiful countryside which is easy to explore by car or bicycle.
Key holiday info
- The nearest airport is Palma, 59km away from Alcudia.
- Average temperatures during the summer can reach a sizzling 30°C during the day and rarely fall below 15°C in winter.
- Water temperatures can vary from a cool 15°C in winter to a pleasant 26°C in summer.
- The 3.5km-long Playa de Alcudia is one of the island's best known Blue Flag beaches.
- The Alcudia Old Town lies on the Roman ruins of Pollensa. There are three areas on the site: the Theatre, the Forum and the residential area.
Did you know...
- The golf club offers a 9-hole and 18-hole course, with a charming whitewashed Mediterranean restaurant just outside.
- The Fundación Yannick y Ben Jakober includes a park, café, observatory and museum to explore.
- The climb up the Mirador Penya des Migdia can be quite tricky, but views from the top and remnants from the Spanish Civil War make it a well-earned journey!