Holidays To Alcudia 2021/2022
Cheap Alcudia Holidays
Alcudia Holidays Guide
Situated on Majorca's north east coast, the popular holiday resort of Alcudia offers an ideal combination of beautiful beaches and turquoise water, with plenty of hotels, bars and restaurants to enjoy, making a holiday to Alcudia very appealling. If you're looking to save money with the kids, you may also find that operators like TUI and Jet2holidays offer free child places to a number of the hotels in Alcudia, although you'll find the summer school holiday months of July and August, these places will go quickly.
Getting to, from and around Alcudia
Whether you're flying from Glasgow, Dublin, London or Bristol, there are lots of flights into Majorca's Palma airport make getting here very cheap and very easy. Once you've arrived on the island, if you're booked onto an organised coach transfer, the journey from Palma airport to Alcudia can take up to 90 minutes, depending on any other hotel dropoffs on the way. This may be included as part of your package holiday if you're booked. Hiring a car is a great option in Majorca, allowing you to travel to Alcudia in your own time, stopping along the way, while giving you the freedom to go out and explore the island during your stay. You can also hire a car from Alcudia, where are a number of car hire companies including Rent A Car Vanrell, Carpay and Sixt, all within easy access of the main Carretera d'Arta.
Things to do in Alcudia
Once you've arrived in Alcudia, you may simply want to stay in your hotel and enjoy the numerous facilities on offer, but you should definitely get our and explore more of the area. For a start, whereever your hotel or accommodation is in Alcudia, you'll never be very far away from the beach. Platja de Muro or Muro Beach is a long, stretch of lovely sandy beach, starting at the marina and going right down the coastline.
For a fun day trip, why not book onto one of the various boat trips available from the port area. We recommend researching any day trips in advance so you can be confident in what you're booking, having looked at reviews and prices before you arrive. Alternatively, your hotel and/or holiday rep will be able to advise on the tours and day trips in the area.
The marina is another great place to wander through, watching the boats and enjoying some of the local Spanish tapas dishes at the various restaurants which are dotted along the marina promenades.
Golf in Alcudia
If you're a golfer, the nearby Club de Golf Alcanada, perched on the coastline with stunning views of Alcudia Bay and over to Colonia de Sant Pere and Betlem. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr, the 18 hole golf course is set amongst pine and olive trees offering a challenge to all levels of golfer, making this one of Majorca's favourite courses.
Where to stay in Alcudia
Alcudia has some fantastic hotels and resorts dotted along the coast all the way from Alcudia Port down to Can Picafort. Try an all inclusive stay at the popular TUI BLUE Alcudia Pins on Playa de Muro, or perhaps you might prefer the Zafiro Tropic Aparthotel. If it's an adult only holiday you want, take a look at VIVA Golf Hotel near the port, while there are also plenty of self catering apartments and villas if you prefer to enjoy a getaway at your own pace. And of course don't forget to take a look at Alcudia Club Mac, a favourite hotel on this part of the island.