Alcudia

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In the 18th century the construction of the port started, giving the place back its glory and finally making it a well-known tourist destination.

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Alcudia, the medieval side of Mallorca

Once upon a time, the Romans who took over it named this seaside town of the Balearic Islands Roman Pollentia, and in different times, piracy was the biggest problem of the population who had to abandon the city and move to safest areas. In the 18th century the construction of the port started, giving the place back its glory and finally making it a well-known tourist destination. Find yourself in historical spots right next to stunning beaches and book cheap ferry tickets to Alcudia through Let’s Ferry.

The port of Alcudia


Best attractions
- The Medieval Walls of Alcudia actually surround the old city. They are 6 metres high, 1,5 km long, with 26 towers and 2 majestic gates: Xara Gate and Mallorca Gate.
- The remains of Pollentia, the ancient Roman city, which was built in 123 BC, can be found 2 km from the port.
- In the same area you can visit the remains of the Roman Theatre, which has perfect acoustics.
- Very close from there, at the Monograph Museum you can see interesting findings from the excavations at Pollentia.
- Sa Bassa Blanca Museum is a Contemporary Art Museum. The Sculpture Park, the garden of the museum, is a zoo of animals made of granite.

Best beaches
- Playa de Alcudia
is 7 km long, organized with white, shiny sand. Here you can enjoy water sports like SUP and kayak.
- Visit Alcanada and the same name islet that is across the beach and has a lighthouse at its higher point. Both beaches are unspoilt with trees for natural shade.
- Enjoy a day at Playa de Muro, which has shallow, turquoise waters and a photogenic wooden dock. It’s 7 km from the port.

Alcudia beach


Best activities
- Mini golf
and swimming at the water slides of Hidropark, a family park located 3 km from the port.
- Cycling and hiking
at the Nature Reserve of S’Albufera, a protected wetland 8 km from the port.
- Join the Copa Pescadisco of Alcudia with participants from all over the world. Live the unique experience of a frisbee festival.
- Take the bus and within an hour reach Palma, the capital of Mallorca. Swim at the vibrant Playa de Palma, visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma and the Joan Miro Foundation

Tip: You can reach Alcudia by car, ferry and bus. Mallorca’s airport is 65 km away. It is advised that during the summer months you should be at the port at least 1 hour before departure as it can get very busy. Visit the “hill”, as Al-Qudya translates from Arabian, with cheap ferry tickets to Alcudia through letsferry.com.

Information about the port of Alcudia

The port is connected to Barcelona, Toulon, Ajaccio and Ciutadella. The facilities you will find at the port are taxi, buses, ATM, car and scooter rentals and paid parking.  

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