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Alcudia, the historic village of Majorca

Visiting the northern part of the island of Majorca necessarily implies visiting the town of Alcudia. With its beautiful bay, with a direct connection to the neighbouring town of Pollensa, it offers incredible views of beaches, bays, small mountains and valleys, Alcudia is one of the villages on the island with greater history and cultural heritage in Majorca.

A connecting point between Sa Pobla, Muro and the entire north coast of the island, from Formentor to Arta, Alcudia is strategically located to the point that you can get there from Palma in less than an hour's drive, almost completely on the highway. Upon arrival, the prize is well worth it. The beauty of its natural setting and its majestic walls and typical Majorcan palaces, make the historic centre of this city an architectural jewel in which to spend a few days of relaxation and tranquillity.

Walking through its streets, observing the traditional courtyards hidden behind traditional wooden doors, enjoying a drink and relaxing in one of the terraces that populate the streets, shopping for traditional and gourmet products, enjoying the traditional Majorcan restaurants and its classic specialties made with special care in a town that has been protecting its natural and architectural heritage... Alcudia is a haven in which to find everything you need, easily manageable, secure and always lively.

On Sundays, during the summer season, the streets of the old town are filled with street stands where you can find all sorts of items, such as traditional Majorcan fabrics and leather, pottery, handmade traditional food products, and ideal souvenirs with which to surprise your friends and family upon return of your holidays.

Another advantage is that the beach of Alcudia and its port are very close, making it possible to combine days of walks around the village and then finish the day with a swim in the clear waters of the beach. In this paradise of culture and tradition, which has been declared an ecological municipality for their special care of the environment, Prinsotel has one of its most emblematic hotels, the Prinsotel Mal Pas. It is a charming hotel, designed for family holidays and located in one of the most beautiful areas of Alcudia, in the area of ​​La Victoria, surrounded by hidden coves, Mediterranean pine trees and local holiday huts.

Come and discover Alcudia with Prinsotel and treat yourself to a luxury 2016 holiday at the best price.

For those who travel with Family or children and want a bigger Hotel or Apartments we recommend Prinsotel la Dorada , close to Alcudia Village.

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