Alcudia Old Town Spain
There’s been a town at Alcudia since the Romans were here, but the Old Town of today is a bit newer than that; only a few hundred years old. It’s surrounded by medieval walls, which you can walk along to look down on the rooftops and alleyways. This warren of cobbled streets is the place to get a feel for the local culture, with the best tapas in Alcudia, bustling little squares and all kinds of market stalls filling the cobbled streets on Tuesday and Sunday mornings.
You can find out more about Alcudia’s history on a guided walking tour, or explore as you choose. Wherever you decide to wander, don’t miss the ruins of Pollentia just outside the centre, where you can look at the remains of Roman houses and stand in a Roman theatre. To find them, follow the footpaths from Sant Jaume church.
As if Alcudia Old Town wasn’t already quaint enough, it’s even lovelier in the evenings. The bars and restaurants get lively, the lights come on, and locals and holidaymakers mingle, adding to the charming atmosphere. If you want a memorable night out during your Alcudia holiday, the Old Town is the place to be.