Whether you are looking for a cheap last minute holiday, an all inclusive family hotel or a luxury 4 or 5 star hotel, Alcudia has a wide variety of holiday accommodation to suit everyone.
Listed below are a selection of our clients favourite hotels in Alcudia/Playa de Muro you can search for all properties in the area from our hotel finder above;
Astoria Playa » Botel Alcudiamar » Ferrer Maristany » Grupotel Los Principes » HSM President » Iberostar Alcudia Park » Iberostar Albufera Playa » Iberostar Ciudad Blanca » Iberostar Playa de Muro » JS Sol de Alcudia » Las Gaviotas » Playa Esperanza » Viva Blue Aparthotel » Viva Sunrise » Viva Tropic »
Holidays to Alcudia
The popular holiday resort of Alcudia is set amid a six-mile stretch of beach, it has a quaint old town, charming harbour and a rich history.Set in the north of Majorca, Alcudia was once the island's capital it has a fascinating past including occupation by the Romans, Greeks and Phoenicians and nowadays by British holiday makers!
The old town in Alcudia is located within an ancient Moorish fort and features quaint squares, street caves and a small Roman amphitheater. Alcudia's long beach stretches all the way to the resort of C'an Picafort, and offers glass bottom boat trips plus a range of water sports that include; windsurfing, pedalos, para-sailing, banana boats, jet-skiing and snorkeling.
Families are particularly attracted to Alcudia due to its gently sloping sands and calm waters. Alcudia's beach is actually one of the longest on the island. To enjoy the best views of this magnificent bay you could make the climb up to Sa Talaia d'Alcudia.
At the end of the beach you will discover the old fishing village of Porte d'Alcudia. Here visitors can enjoy a sangria or two and sample the catch of the day in one of the charming restaurants.From Alcudia's port you can also take boat trips to the neighbouring island of Menorca or mainland Spain and the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona.
It is not just families and couples that like to holiday in Alcudia it is also popular with outdoor enthusiasts. Keen hikers and bird watchers will not be disappointed in the area, they can explore the wildlife and scenery of the protected S'Albufera nature reserve.
Evenings in Alcudia can be spent enjoying traditional Spanish cuisine or international dishes at one of the many restaurants or pavement cafes and then enjoying the lively bar and pub scene. There are also a few nightclubs for those with plenty of energy. Most of Alcudia's night-scene is found around the port or northern area of Lake Esperanza.