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Set on the northeast coast, Alcudia is one of Majorca’s most popular holiday spots. Its Blue Flag beach, (among the longest in Majorca), is bliss for sun lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Bask in year-round fabulous temperatures on the white stretches of sand or make a splash in the clear waters. Thrill seekers can try out exhilarating watersports such as jet-skiing, windsurfing, paragliding or scuba diving. The impressive beach, along with sparkling nightlife, buzzing markets and a dash of Roman history, make holidays in Alcudia the perfect beach break. And not to mention the exotic marina brimming with amazing bars and restaurants! For holidaymakers in search of tranquillity, make your way to the north coast – you'll find a selection of secluded beaches and coves where you can snorkel, swim and sunbathe away from the crowds. Partygoers can head to the opposite side of town for the best spots to dance the night away during your Alcudia holidays.
Get Active on Sporty Beach
Aptly named Sporty Beach, or Playa Deportivo, this main stretch of sand in Alcudia offers loads of watersports. Try bouncing across the waves on banana boats or ski-tubes or learn how to kitesurf. Holidaymakers looking for something quieter can find their paradise on Playa del Muro – a serene beach where the sea is shallow and calm. It has a good number of bars and cafes to hang out in too.
Horse riding at Rancho Grande
Saddle up and be a cowboy for the day! The largest ranch in Majorca, Rancho Grande is set in over 900,000 square metres of rural land. It offers excellent horse riding opportunities where riders can admire spectacular views as they trail through pine forests and woodlands. For those who don’t want to actually ride a horse, there are also horse-drawn carriages. After the ride, indulge in an authentic Wild West BBQ dinner, before learning how to line dance like a pro.
Wander Alcudia’s old town
Hemmed in by medieval walls, the old town of Alcudia is a treasure trove of historic buildings, hole-in-the-wall restaurants and tiny bars. Amble along the narrow cobbled lanes that lead to squares lined with boutiques and cafes. Admire the medieval Sant Jaume church or explore the ruins of Pollentia and climb up to the ancient walls for panoramic views of Pollensa Bay. For some retail therapy, buy traditional products from Sa Cisterna or haggle at the Sunday market for clothes, jewellery and food. Don’t forget to taste and buy local wines from the town's quaint wine cellars.
S’Albufera Natural Park and Marineland
Pack a picnic and head for the S’Albufera Natural Park, a delight for wildlife fans. There are well-signed walking trails that are beautiful during spring and autumn. For a fun-filled family day out, Marineland is your go-to spot. One of Spain’s largest aqua-and-animal parks, it hosts dolphin shows where a group of bottle-nosed beauties showcase their acrobatic skills. There are also exotic bird displays featuring parrots and macaws, while huge aquariums exhibit sharks, turtles and tropical fish. When you need a change of scene, make your way to the private beach, with sunbathing areas and cafes.
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