Alcudia Surroundings

Outside of Alcudia but inside the local district, there is Port d´ Alcudia with its recently modernized nice promenade thanks to the Plan of highest quality changing it into a wide pedestrian area, into a commercial and leisure avenue.

On the promenade you´ll find shops for all tastes: perfumeries, gifts, shoe shops, clothes boutiques, jeweller, banks,… and restaurants specialized in international and regional cuisine, as well.

It is worth to visit the Cave Sant Martí which is located at about 4km from the town of Alcudia. It is natural cave and has two medieval altars dedicated to Sant Martí and Sant Jordi. To visit the cave you can collect the key from the town hall of Alcudia and from the Tourist Information Bureau.

L´Albufereta is located about 2km from Alcudia near the way that goes from Alcudia to Port de Pollença. It is one of the most ecological important marshlands in the Balear Islands.

The Victoria Hermitage located in a setting of unique natural beauty, is situated at about 7km from the town. It is a small Baroque church and has a single nave covered by a semicircular cannon arch. Above the artarpiece of the main altar stands a carved wooden statue in the Gothic style of the Mother of god de la Victoria, dating from the 15th century.

Penya del Migdia
From the hermitage of Victoria at about 3km there is situated the Penya del Migdia, a natural place where the panorama reaches the bay of Pollença and Cap de Formentor, and on a cloudless day, even Menorca.

Following the path of Victoria upwards you´ll reach the talaia the highest mountain of Alcudia with a hight of 444m. From there you can distinguish nearly the whole district of Alcudia.

Alcudia has a wonderful beach of fine sand, with a length of more than 7km situated in Port d´ Alcudia and the beach of Can CapdBou, situated in the bay of Pollença the beach of Alcanada and numerous holds distributed along all the coast.

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