You now have the opportunity to rent a boat without a license in Alcudia. Confirmation will be received just a little short after the booking. The sites are near public transport and all animals are allowed on board. The activity requires good weather and calm waters. The prices start at $200 for several hours and more than one person, which is great for adventurers.
Enjoy the natural beauty of the fascinating Mallorca Caves located not far from the center of Alcudia. With tickets coming at an approachable price, many tourists book this location as a must-visit during their visitation to Alcudia. During your 45-min guided tour, you would get the chance to observe stalactite and stalagmites that have been sculpted by the cave water for thousands of years.
Take the pleasure of enjoying Alcudia’s waters to another level by hiring a Jet Ski during your holiday. A 60-minute ride around the fabulous bay of Alcudia will definitely make you fall in love with the magnificent nature and seas of Alcudia. Enjoy driving your own Jetski for an approachable ticket price while exploring the wonders of Alcudia.
Join a guided kayak tour and explore the beautiful waters of La Victoria Nature reserve. Observe breathtaking sea caves, spectacular cliffs, and other magnificent nature creations you won’t be able to forget. Grab your swimsuit, and enjoy a 2 hours ride on a comfortable, secured kayak boat with a friend or solo. You will even be granted the opportunity to go snorkeling or cliff jumping in North Mallorca.
Observing medieval history in the old town of Alcudia, might be the best thing to do during your visitation to Alcudia. The filled with traditional marks and Alcudia-style old-town components makes the atmosphere in this place wonderful. Discover the secrets of the old town at Alcudia and be amazed by entertaining attractions, souvenir shops, and many fancy little bars.
The strategic position of the city has made the town invaluable since Roman times but has also exposed the town to danger, being to the coast. You can wander on the inside and see the city walls constructed back in the 16th century during the time of King Jaume II. You can combine this trip to the coast with visiting the historical center, or also called the Old Town of Alcudia, surrounded by massive walls.
Palma de Mallorca is the capital city of Majorca and located about 59 km. from Alcudia. A great day out in Palma de Mallorca is a great attraction. Holidaymakers may explore Palma de Mallorca by city sightseeing buses. There are many beautiful and historical places to see in Palma de Mallorca that include the Bellver Castle, sa Llotja (old commercial exchange), the La Almudaina Royal Palace (the old Citadel), and the La Seu Cathedral.
The neo-gothic style church was once constructed by the order of King Jaime II back in 1302, but because of construction breaches, the vault collapsed, and it was restored in 1893. Amazing place to learn some of the neo-gothic cultures of Alcudia and get familiar with the traditions. This object is being visited by hundreds of tourists every year and you would love to go if you’re a fan of the neo-gothic culture.
If you’re a lover of cultural treasures, then you will definitely want to visit the Sa Bassa Blanca Museum in Alcudia. You can access the museum any time of the day and it’s open most of the month. It’s based on the restoration and preservation of Spain’s Historical Heritage, covering mainly the Balearic Islands. You would certainly enjoy a visit to this temple of culture if you’re an art and history fan.
Alcudia, a beautiful township packed with attractions in the northern part of the mesmerizing Majorca island of Spain is one of the best holidaying destination in Spain. Though, Alcudia is a part of Majorca island, the Alcudia town have enough capability to attract tourists and portray itself as a separate holiday town as like Albufeira manages to do so, when it’s also a part of Algarve in Portugal. One of the pleasant way to kick start your holiday in Alcudia is visiting the popular, peaceful Church of St. Jaume which is located just 1 kilometre away from the main city centre of Alcudia. The Neo-Gothic architecture of Church of St. Jaume shows the evolution of both Alcudia and Majorca island from olden times to present, as you’ll feel it while stepping in the old town with cobbled streets where the church is located. Church of St. Jaume in Alcudia is one of the oldest church in Alcudia and Majorca island as the church was built during 13th century. The Church of St. Jaume in Alcudia looks so beautiful with medieval paintings, marble staircase, high bell tower and picturesque views. Do visit the Church of St. Jaume when you’re in Alucdia.