Majorca has some of the longest beaches in the Balearics, so it’s a great destination for family holidays and all-out relaxation under the Mediterranean sun. But when you don’t feel like paddling in the warm sea or stretching out on a lounger, you’ll find plenty of other things to do in Alcudia to keep you entertained, whatever your style. The simple delights of sipping your favourite drink with a view of a trendy marina, getting lost in a maze of medieval streets and taking a ride on a quaint old tram could be highlights of your holiday. Or perhaps you’re up for a big night out in one of Majorca’s famous nightclubs? Whatever you fancy, it’s on offer in the popular resort of Alcudia.

Amazing Alcudia

One of the most popular spots on this side of the island for holidays in Majorca is the stunning resort of Alcudia. Nestled between the glorious Majorca countryside and the deep blue water of the Mediterranean, this popular destination offers families, couples, and groups a slightly more laid-back vibe. An easy-going approach to life makes it attractive to anyone who simply wants to kick off their flip-flops and chill out. That award-winning beach probably has a lot to do with the happy-go-lucky feel of Alcudia, but scratch beneath the surface and you’ll discover there’s much more to this town than meets the eye.

Medieval marvels

The town traces its roots back to Medieval times, and the jumble of winding cobbled streets and pretty architecture captures the town’s olde worlde charm perfectly. Head further back in time and you’ll find Roman ruins, including a theatre and even an entire Roman town! Drop into any of the local restaurants and you can taste the heritage, thanks to traditional dishes that are still a big part of Majorcan culture today. Simply strolling around is a great way to spend a day, and alongside a host of other things to do in Alcudia, it makes this charming location full of fun and interest for everyone.

Natural wonders

Take a short trip to the S’Albufera Nature Reserve for a day’s bird spotting. This tranquil spot is perfect for a romantic walk among the sand dunes, or for nature lovers to see some of the island’s rarer plants and animals. Watch out for the cute little lizards sunning themselves on the rocks!

Family days out

If you’ve got the family with you and want things to do in Alcudia that’ll keep everyone happy, then you’re in luck! Choose Alcudia as your holiday base and you’re just a few minutes away from northern Majorca’s only water park, the wonderful Hidropark. With foam slides, Kamikazes, and the dizzying twists and turns of The Spiral, you’ll love this family-friendly attraction. If you prefer to stay dry then the park has a 54-hole super golf course, paintballing, bouncy castles for the little ones, and trampolines.

Feeling a bit more energetic? Why not hire bicycles for the whole family and head out into the hills? Cycling is hugely popular in Majorca, and the tracks and trails take you to the more out-of-the-way spots where you can really discover the natural beauty of northern Majorca.

Head offshore on a boat trip from Puerto de Alcudia, and if you’re very lucky you might just get to see the local dolphins in their natural habitat!

1. Church of St Jaume

As Majorca’s oldest city, you’ll find plenty of historic buildings on your visit to Alcudia. While exploring the narrow streets, make sure you take the time to see the Church of St Jaume, a neo-Gothic building in the heart of the Old Town. If you’re driving to Alcudia, there’s a small, free car park nearby.
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2. Fundación Yannick y Ben Jakober

See one of Spain’s most unique collections of artwork with a visit to Fundacion Yannick y Ben Jakober. Just a short drive east of Alcudia, the museum is home to a fascinating collection of art and sculpture, making this a must-visit on your holiday to Majorca.
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3. Relax at the beach

The beach in Alcudia Bay is the longest on Majorca at 11km, and one of the island’s very best. If you’re bringing the kids for a family holiday,
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4. Hire a bike and go exploring

Cycling is very popular in Alcudia, and one of the best routes for a gentle holiday bike ride is the cycle path to the S’Albufera nature reserve at Playa De Muro. The reserve is peaceful and full of wildlife and the lagoons and dunes
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6. Splash down at Hydropark

You can’t have a fun family holiday without a trip to a waterpark, and you won’t have to go far to find this one. The thrills of Hidropark are only about 10 minutes away from Alcudia,
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