Alcudia City Break
From Alcudia, the well-known city of Barcelona is approximately 120 miles (193 kilometers) to the northwest.
The Alcudia Port is a good spot to visit when you are in Alcudia.
From much-loved, tourist hotspots to lesser known delights, Balearic Islands is crisscrossed with cultural and natural attractions. Take a trip to the Cala Barques and Pollensa Port in and around Pollensa, about 6 miles (10 kilometres) to the east of Alcudia.
Get some transportation head to Palma de Mallorca, a retail and transport hub for the region, located some 30 miles (48 kilometers) away from Alcudia. The place has a wide range of tourist attractions, including Es Trenc Beach, Aqualand and Son Vida Golf Course. Cala Figuera Beach, Palma Town Hall and Porto Pi Centro Comercial are also good to visit.
If you're on the lookout for activities that won't wreak havoc on the budget, take a tour of Balearic Islands' popular lighthouses. The area around Alcudia is well known for its many old towns; these are often evocative testaments to the area's colourful history.
Why not make use of locals keen to share their passion and knowledge and sign on for a specialised tour? Cycling tours, guided nature walks and segway tours are popular in this region. Active travellers searching for action, adrenaline and adventure can get their fix by joining a hiking or caving adventure.
At the end of your holiday in Alcudia, you'll be sure to bid this place a fond "Adiós" But be comforted by the fact that you'll be leaving with photos and memories that you can enjoy for years to come.