The pedestrian zone offers inviting restaurants, cafés with beautiful terraces and cosy backyards, shops with handicrafts, stylish boutiques and shops with Mallorcan specialities. Don’t miss Alcudia’s outdoor market, which takes place every Tuesday and Sunday and offers a colourful mix. Due to its particular width, the beach of Alcudia is also very popular for romantic walks by the sea, especially in the low season. The beautiful beach of Playa de Muro is also only a few minutes away from Port Alcudia. In recent years, Playa de Muro has become increasingly popular, especially due to the excellent gastronomic highlights directly on the beach such as the Ponderosa Beach, the Royal Beach or the Can Gavella Restaurant with dream views over the beach and feet in the sand.
For golfers, a visit to the Alcanada Golf Course nearby is almost a must. And for bird lovers and nature lovers, the S’Alfubera Nature Park is a great address. Another nice destination is the Yannick and Ben Jakober Foundation, an attractively designed artist’s house filled with a private art collection, as well as another museum space with children’s portraits and great animal sculptures in the park.
With a wide range of activities, this area is an ideal holiday destination for a wide audience. Directly on the beach there are numerous water sports of all kinds such as pedal boats, kite surfing, windsurfing, sailing and stand up paddle. The beach also has volleyball and beachball courts in certain areas and children’s playgrounds. If it’s too hot, you can walk through the dunes and trees and enjoy a picnic in the shade.
The small town of Alcúdia and its harbour Port d’Alcúdia are located on a peninsula in the north of Mallorca. Only one kilometre inland from the well-known resort of Port d’Alcúdia, the town is ideal for enjoying Mallorcan flair combined with holiday idyll. The port of Alcudia, only a few minutes away from the old town, offers a beautiful promenade with many shops, restaurants and bars. Directly next to the sought-after marina “Alcudiamar” also begins the extensive sandy beach of Alcudia, which in some places still offers untouched nature and no hotels in the direct vicinity. Geographically speaking, the region around Alcudia is a peninsula. Bonaire, with the neighbouring villages of Mal Pas, Manresa and Barcarés on the north side of the peninsula, is a very green and peaceful urbanisation, which has been developed in three different building phases and offers something for everyone interested in real estate, from old, stately villas directly on the sea to a new development on the upper part of the slope with beautiful panoramic and sea views. Alcudia, with all shops for daily needs and a complete infrastructure, is just 5 minutes away by car.