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Alcudia, located in the north of Majorca, is much calmer than some of the southern hotspots on the island but still has great summer vibes and beautiful beaches to enjoy. Famed as a family resort destination, Alcudia holidays offer a laid-back vibe in northern Spain, yet boast enough fun-loving keep the kids entertained. The list of things to do in Alcudia includes kitesurfing, dining on delectable seafood and swimming with dolphins at Marine land. If you like to be beside the seaside, the Blue Flag beach has clear shallow waters and fine white sand, and is crowned as one of the longest on the island. An idyllic getaway, holidays in Alcudia are not that expensive to explore.

 

With a pretty sorted nightlife unlike Magaluf, the beach town pulls its quota of party nomads at night. In house DJs and fusion bars ensure a fabulous nightlife in Alcudia. There are plenty of eateries around to help you explore the traditional Spanish cuisines too, with tapas a tasty venture on the menu.

 

The best time to visit Alcudia is during the Springs of May or Falls of October, and the average temperature remains around 16°C. The nearest airport is The Palma de Mallorca Airport which is around a 45-minute drive from Alcudia. Holidays in this Mediterranean gem are ideal for visitors after a perfect mix of fun in the sun.

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Get Active on Sporty Beach

Aptly named Sporty Beach, or Playa Deportivo, this main stretch of sand in Alcudia offers a number of exciting watersports for you to have a go at. You’ll see plenty of banana boats and ski-tubes bouncing across the waves, but if you really want to test your skills, kite-surfing and equipment are available.

Wander the old town

 

Wander the old town

Alcudia's old town is a treasure trove of tiny bars and beautiful buildings. Go bargain-hunting at the Sunday market for clothes, jewellery and food gifts. Visit the ruins of Pollentia and take the steps to reach atop the ancient walls for panoramic views of Pollensa Bay. Drop in at the local shop Sa Cisterna to pick some traditional products and always be on the look out for quaint wine cellars where you can taste and buy local wines.

 
Enjoy Family Days Out

 

Enjoy Family Days Out

Alcudia is a perfect pick for families, thanks to the great range of activities on offer. Pack a picnic and head for the S’Albufera Natural Park. It’s a treasure trove for wildlife fans with a well-marked walking trail to explore – just follow the red marks, or grab a map from the info centre. If you’re after a fun-filled family day out, Marineland is one of Spain’s largest aqua-and-animal parks and is bursting at the seams with attractions. We’re talking dolphin shows where a group of bottle-nosed beauties show off their acrobatic and swimming skills, exotic bird displays featuring brightly plumed parrots and macaws and huge aquariums showcasing sharks, turtles and shoals of tropical fish. Add a penguinarium, sealion shows and a tropical house crawling with snakes and lizards and there’s something here to please all ages. There are also sunbathing areas and cafes, as well as access to the private beach, for when you all need a break.

 
Saddle Up at the Rancho Grande

 

 

Saddle Up at the Rancho Grande

Yee-haa! Head to the Rancho Grande – the largest ranch in Majorca, set in over 900,000m2 of rural land – and be a cowboy for the day! At the ranch you can befriend a trusty steed, enjoy an authentic Wild West BBQ dinner and take a ride on a covered wagon, before learning how to line dance like a pro! Chaps and spurs not required.

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