Holidays to Puerto de Alcudia
This bay plays host to the island’s biggest beach resort. Once a modest port town, it’s now a major tourist draw thanks to the excellent hotel and long stretch of sandy beach. The new marina attracts luxury yachts, while behind the promenade are restaurants and bars. The town of Alcudia lies north, but has been overshadowed by the port. It has its own charm though with restored medieval city walls and Roman ruins.
The beach by the port of Port d'Alcudia is not one for bathing, due to its muddy sand. But it does great cafes nearby.
Playa de Muro
As the main beach narrows it becomes Playa de Muro. It’s quieter than by the port and has soft, white sand.
This Gothic castle was built in the 14th century and is now one of Majorca's main attractions.
Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art
Housed in a 17th century mansion, this museum houses work by 20th century artists including Picasso, Dali and Miro.
With everything from bustling markets to designer shops, Majorca is perfect for a little retail therapy.
If you want to get around in Majorca, why not hire a bike? It's a great way to see the island.
The modern marina is the place to go for fine dining. The restaurants are filled with people just off their yachts.
Old Town market
This twice weekly market on Tuesday and Sunday is famous locally. It offers everything from fruit to small animals.
The marina gets busy at night as the bars start the music. There’s Irish pubs, small local bars and fancy restaurants.
Avinguda del Tucan
Just off the front is this busy street. It’s not as fancy as the marina but has a number of bars and clubs.
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