Pollentia was a Roman city founded by Quintus Caecilius Metellus Balearicus in the present city of Alcúdia, allegedly in the year 123 BC.
Come see the remains of this impressive defensive system built around Mallorca's oldest city. The walls and gates have been fully restored.
Alcudia Beach is probably one of the finest on the island. It stretches for around 9 kms and it is possible to walk all the way along the…
Part of the former medieval town walls.
The Port d'Alcudia is rightly considered to be the most attractive part of the resort and everything revolves around the walkway leading…
Peaceful rocky beach. Head here if you want to escape the crowds.
Built in the 1st century and carved out of the bedrock - this is what makes it unique and worth a visit.
The Church of St. Jaume is a Roman Catholic church in Alcúdia, Majorca.
If you are looking for something to do in and around Alcudia, then why not pay a visit to the Hidropark.
This preserved 12th century fortress also houses a hotel.
Also called Saint Sebastian Gate, this 14th century gate was a part of Mallorca's defensive system.
This church is said to be one of the best preserved churches in Mallorca. It dates back to the 13th century.
The Fundación Yannick y Ben Jakober is located near Alcudia, Mallorca, Spain.
If you fancy honing your golfing skills whilst on your stay in Mallorca, then Alcudia houses one of the best courses on the island.