One of the nicest jobs on Mallorca must be counting its beaches. The last official tally was 76, of which more than half are awarded Blue Flags by the European Union for being safe, clean and well kept; perfect for a sun-drenched holiday. Beaches are crucial to the success of tourism on the island, and the Mallorcans work hard to maintain standards in the resorts; the seafronts in Palma Nova, Magaluf and S’Arenal were recently given a facelift.
The historical Old Town of Alcudia dates back to the 14th century with the old roman ruins and impressive city walls providing some stunning views and local culture. If street stalls, bartering and a vibrant atmosphere is your thing then do not miss out on the local market every Sunday and Tuesday.
Playa De Muro is a quieter part of the resort but has some great places to visit. The S’Albufera natural park offers brilliant opportunities for walking, bird watching and sight seeing. The Bellevue strip is where you will find the more familiar eating houses, bars, shops and in general lively tourist area. The Dollar Street area, at the resort's centre, is an enjoyable cluster of international bars, sports pubs, German beer gardens and Scottish and Irish bars - and, yes, there are even Spanish bars too, should you fancy a plate of tapas with your San Miguel on your holiday to Alcudia.
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