Hotels in Alcúdia

      Alcúdia Details

      Alcudia, located on the north coast of Majorca, is the sunseeker’s paradise. Five miles of white beaches and warm crystal blue waters make this part of the island the perfect stress-free zone. The town itself is not without its history and visitors can learn all about what’s behind the island’s Greco-Roman past with a guided tour or the afternoon can be spent shopping in the town’s markets. No matter what the choice, it’s a great way to spend a week or a weekend. Alcudia is known to be the better venue for family vacationers who look to avoid the hustle and bustle of busier resort towns; and Alcudia hotels can be found conveniently located within reach of beaches and marinas. Hotels in Alcudia are available to fit any budget, with many options for those who prefer discount hotels. Alcudia visitors often find these hotels offer above average amenities for the price, especially when reserving a room with EasyToBook.com. In Alcudia, cheap hotels can provide a pleasant stay without the extravagant cost.Alcudia is an island that has an ancient history that goes all the way back to Greek and Roman times. Because of this, three common points of the city are often recommended: the Casa dels Dos Tresors, the Roman Theatre and the Archeological Museum of Pollèntia. The ancient walls of the Alcudia have been painstakingly refurbished and now stand as they did centuries ago, holding the Ruins of Pollentia inside. Near the remains of the Roman city is the Chapel of Santa Anna, built in the 13th century. The Alcudia San Juame church is considered to be one of the most beautiful buildings on the island and is also close to the Roman ruins. For those who enjoy the atmosphere of a bazaar the Sunday Market in Alcudia has everything that a shopper could want. Foods, drinks and lovely items such as clothing, purses and shoes can be found. In the summer, the island celebrates the San Pedro Fiesta. Fireworks, live concerts and dancing abound as decorated boats and pleasure craft prepare for the ‘blessing of the boats’ by the local Bishop.