Alcúdia is one of Majorca's most important resorts, as well as an interesting, historic city. There are beautiful beaches here, awarded each year with the Blue Flag, and the most important archaeological site on the island, Pollentia.
What attracts many tourists to the resort are the local beaches, Alcúdia Beach and Port Alcúdia Beach. It is covered with fine, light sand, and the sea here is quite calm. The beach is divided into sections for swimmers, surfers and other water sports. An attraction for tourists is also the water park Hidropark Alcúdia.
The most charming part of the village is the Historic City of Alcúdia, surrounded by fortified walls. Within the walls, the old city gates, the Porta del Moll Gate and the Mallorca Gate - St. Sebastian. The most valuable buildings in the Old Town are the City Hall in Alcúdia and the Church of Saint Jaume d'Alcúdia. On the other hand, the place where the most bars and venues are concentrated is Plac Konstytucji.
Outside the center of Alcúdia is the Roman city of Pollentia. It is the largest and most important archaeological site in Majorca. Within it there are, among others Roman Theater of Pollentia. There is also the Pollentia Monographic Museum, which presents monuments from the excavations, including Roman sculptures, architectural elements and ceramics.
Alcúdia is picturesquely situated between two bays. For this reason, there are peninsulas and headlands in the area, which are great places for walking. A popular destination is the Penya des Migdia viewpoint in the former watchtower. You can see the coast of the island and the panorama of its interior.
The part of the coast protected under the S'Illot Nature Reserve is also extremely beautiful. There are water cascades, rock walls for climbing, and lush Mediterranean vegetation. There are several walking paths in the reserve.