Alcudia and Puerto Alcudia together offer everything that Mallorca lovers want; a long sandy beach (the longest on the island) reminicent of the Caribbean thanks to its fine white sand, the crystal-clear waters and the palm trees. The setting is just perfect for barefoot long walks or just relaxing in the shade.
The recently refurbished Alcudia Port is within walking distance of the beach and offers a wide range of fantastic restaurants, cafes and entertainment options. Only a few minutes’ drive away is one of the best golf courses in Europe; the golf course at Alcanada, built and still owned by the world renowned Porsche family. The course boasts a beautiful view of the Bay of Alcudia, the long stretch of beach and the Alcanada lighthouse.
A traditional image of the north is Alcudia old town, a short drive from the harbor. The landmark of this beautiful old town is the wall, which protected the inhabitants of the village from invaders in earlier times. Today, it invites visitors to admire the old structure and enjoy the old town from above. The beautiful stone facades and picturesque pedestrian zones, which invite you to stroll endlessly, complete the picture of the old town. Alcudia and its port are well connected thanks to the direct accessibility of the motorway from the airport in the south of the island.
Alcanada is considered a true treasure in the north of Majorca. Many tourists know the golf course here, which was voted Number 1 in Europe in 2016. This may be due, among other things, to its excellent location, which offers breathtaking views of the beach and the Alcanadas lighthouse. Every year, thousands of golfers enjoy the green, the great weather and the great welcome from the patrons. Even for non-golfers, the golf course is a popular place to enjoy a coffee in the noble restaurant with fantastic views or a Sunday lunch on the terrace, though book ahead as it is always busy.
The beach in Alcanada is often underestimated, which is to its advantage since it is much less crowded than other beaches in the north of Majorca, even in the summer months. The crystal clear water is ideal for swimming and snorkeling. The residential neighborhood of Alcanada is made up of beautiful villas that, thanks to their hilly location, often have uninterrupted views of the water and beautiful bay flanked by the lighthouse.
Malpas and its direct neighbour Bonaire are considered to be the most exclusive neighbourhoods in the north of Majorca. Thanks to their hilly location, many villa owners benefit from an incredible view across the bay of Puerto Pollensa and the famous Formentor Hotel. The neighbourhood in Malpas is adjacent to beautiful sandy beaches with turquoise waters and nature. Malpas is also gaining in popularity among tourists, as there are many bays with sandy beaches in the immediate vicinity. Even the short distance to Alcudia makes the place so charming, as a spontaneous city visit is only a short drive away.
Bonaire is just a few minutes’ drive from Alcudia. In this exclusive neighbourhood, the demand for real estate is particularly high. The close proximity to beautiful coves and the marina make this place so special. The neighbourhood is surrounded by a mountain landscape and opens to the fantastic view of the sea and the bay of Pollensa. Here, despite the high rate of visitors on the island, the nature and crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean island can be enjoyed in tranquillity as the area is never overrun with tourists.