Situated on Majorca’s stunning North East coast, and less than forty miles from Palma, is the beautiful resort of Alcudia. This sublime region is by far one of Balearic island’s most popular destinations, rivalling both Can Picafort and Puerto Pollensa. The golden Blue Flag beaches, warm climate and child-friendly accommodation have long tempted both families and couples. Book your dream holiday to Alcudia for 2020 or 2021 today.
So, what makes holidays here so special? Well aside from the beach and year-long sunshine - the temperature rarely drops below 20 degrees Celsius from May to October - Alcudia also boasts a wealth of activities and sightseeing opportunities.
Holidays in Alcudia offer something for everyone; from the region’s historic old town, which dates as far back as the bronze age, to a vast array of restaurants, bars and family entertainment venues. The resort boasts plenty of places to enjoy watersports and scuba diving.
Alcudia’s sights, attractions and entertainment mean there’s something for everyone in resort here. From the historic ruins of the old town district to the seven kilometres of glorious Blue Flag coastline, this popular Majorca resort is a paradise rivalled by few. Watersports, water parks, bustling tourist towns and an endless selection of bars and restaurants are all on your doorstep.
Whatever you enjoy doing on holiday, whether it’s lounging by the pool with a good book or jetskiing on the Balearic Sea, you’ll be sure to find it here..
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Like many Majorca resorts, Alcudia is the perfect choice for a holiday all-year round. The summers are hot and the winters are mild here, making it ideal for British holidaymakers. Here’s what to expect from the weather throughout the year:
In January and February, Alcudia enjoys mild to warm weather with the temperature falling between 10-15 degrees. On a budget? This is one of the best times to visit Majorca, with plenty of cheap deals available to help you escape the winter cold.
In March and April, the temperature begins to creep into warmer territory. Alcudia in spring welcomes temperatures of around 12 -18 degrees.
In May, temperatures rarely fall below 18. In the height of day, you can expect the temperature to stay around the 20s.
In June, the start of summer is well and truly underway with the temperature in Alcudia ranging from the mid to low twenties.
In July and August, Alcudia experiences its hottest weather. The temperature often averages at around 24-25, but highs have been known to almost hit 30 - sun cream is a must and it’s essential to keep hydrated in this weather.
The British summer may be over, but Alcudia in September still brings with it warm weather. Temperatures range from the mid to high 20s during this time, so grab yourself a late summer break, skip the school holidays and bag a bargain.
In October, the temperature begins to fall, but not naturally stays hotter than the UK! The temperature falls to about 18 but you can still expect a few days here and there in the 20s.
In November and December, Alcudia experiences more mild weather and lower temperatures of 12-14 degrees. But compared to the UK, winter here is still a pleasant affair.
Activity-filled Alcudia is the ideal choice for all holiday types, with plenty of fun things to do throughout the year. Need help planning your Balearic getaway? Read on to find out what you can expect in Alcudia.
Alcudia’s glorious coastline is famed for its sun-kissed golden sands and turquoise waters. The 7 km stretch is Blue Flag accredited, meaning it’s safe, sustainable and well looked after. Watch the world go by or explore the sea on a fun pedalo ride, just remember to bring your towel and plenty of sun cream!
Medieval castle walls, cobbled streets and stunning architecture are what you can expect from the historic town of Port d’Alcudia. The Old Town is a brilliant place to spend a day in the sun. See the sights, browse the area’s many souvenir shops, or simply watch the world go by in a traditional Spanish restaurant, café or bar.
Why not set sail on a maiden voyage of the Mediterranean Sea? Sit back, relax and let the waves gently carry you on an oceanic tour of Majorca’s hidden coves and nearby islets. Boats regularly depart from Alcudia Bay, simply turn up and pick a tour provider.
Alcudia is awash with diving and watersports centres, all of which offer the ultimate underwater experience. If you’re feeling a little adventurous during your holiday, try your hand at jet skiing or water skiing. Want to explore the stunning ocean depths? Don a snorkel and be taken aback by shoals of tropical fish and coral reefs.
Alcudia is home to a number of superb golf courses and clubs including, the Club de Golf Alcanada near Port d’Alcudia. The verdant course is situated by the coast and boasts beautiful sea views, so you can admire the scenery while taking shots on the fairway.
On top of activity centres and entertainment venues, the area also boasts a wide selection of fun-filled water parks. The Hidropark offers something for everyone, from tots to adults. Ride the slides until your heart’s content or unwind from the comfort of a sun lounger.
The resort is situated 40 miles from Palma Airport. There’s no need to take a taxi, shuttle buses and coaches regularly run between both destinations.
You can fly direct to Palma, Majorca from most UK airports including Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, London airports, Leeds/Bradford, Belfast and more.
Looking for hotels? The region hosts an array of accommodation that will suit all budgets and tastes, including the popular BelleVue Club.
Have a brilliant holiday from all of us at Holiday Gems!