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With a beach that stretches into the horizon and a charming old town, Alcudia is very much the center of northern Majorca. Despite its success in attracting visitors, anyone staying at Alcudia hotels can expect peace and quiet on the town's pedestrianized streets. Travelers to the area have plenty of choice when looking for hotels - all of the major hotels are included in Venere's search facility. From some of Europe's largest hotel complexes to quaint alternatives, Venere brings Alcudia accommodation options to the fingertips of families and solo tourists alike. Beach hounds can select somewhere which backs out onto the sands, while culture lovers can situate themselves in the village itself. We feature sample pictures for all hotels, with honest and accurate ratings from previous travelers.

What's Alcudia Like?

Alcudia offers a rare blend of conventional beach attractions, a relaxed island lifestyle and historical sights, making it a perfect family destination. The area has been populated for thousands of years, and tourists can visit the Roman theater, as well as the well preserved ruins of ancient Pollentia. The Old Town, much of which dates from the thirteenth century, contains plenty of charming bars and restaurants. For many people, the main attraction will be the 14 kilometer long Playa de Alcudia, which always has space available. For sports fans, Alcanada Golf Club is one of Majorca's finest. Nearby beaches include Aucanada and Coll Baix, and there is also the opportunity to take yacht trips along the coast. Families may also enjoy the excitement on offer at Hidropark, a favorite local waterpark, or the cultural delights to be found at the Jakober Art Foundation.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Alcudia

Anyone choosing Alcudia hotels will find it easy to adapt to the relaxed Majorcan lifestyle, but there are some things to remember to make the experience as enjoyable as possible. Firstly, don't be afraid to say hello (or 'bon dia!') to people you meet. Alcudia is famous for its friendly welcome, and frosty attitudes won't get you far. Try to explore the island's interior. Near Alcudia there are some fantastic restaurants tucked away and waiting to be discovered. The interior is also prime wine country, and locals will be happy to offer you samples whenever you pass by. Another great idea is to get out onto the island's trails. Areas like the Serra de Tramuntana are best seen by foot or bike. Alcudia hotels and businesses in town will offer great value car or bike rentals to make exploration as easy as possible.