Dear All,

Today, we guide you with more suggestion box ideas to add to your agenda of visits when your next in the area, or  if your are not already staying on holiday with us at the moment.

Last week, we suggested you visit Aucanada or Alcanada as both referred.

Over on the same area, which is only approx 10 mins drive from Pollensa and/or Puerto Pollensa there are the delightful towns of Alcudia and its sister resort Puerto Alcudia which you may wish to visit both of which are only approx 10 mins from Aucanada.

Firstly, we talk about:-


The medieval town of Alcudia, which was called Pollentia originally, truly is well worth a visit and strangely it is “referred” to as a city founded around 123BC.  It offers a charming ambience, behind its old city walls and once you get into the heart of Old Town Alcudia you then experience quaint narrow streets, various small squares offering abundance of side walk cafes, restaurants, boutiques.  One can actually walk the walls that surround Alcudia town about 200m from the walls of the city you can explore roman ruins, which include roman theatre.  There is also a church and bell tower to visit, and close to the church is the Alcudia monographic museum.  On the restaurant scene, based on clients recommendations they have enjoyed Restaurant Can Costa nestled within the narrow streets, which offers traditional Mallorcan cuisine with a court-yard setting, and is run by a local family, which you may wish to try out.

Secondly, we talk about:-


The port of Alcudia enjoys an reputation of excellence as being a delightful resort, and becoming more appreciated day by day due to the facilities it offers.  The beach of Alcudia stretches over 10klm is appreciated as being one of the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca with white sands with its magnificent  turquoise waters similar to the Caribe.  There is a wide pedestrian prom where the the pretty harbour nestles nearby and yacht marina further along. As one sits enjoying a coffee  you overlook the bobbing fishermen boats, and across the Bay.   There are abundance of restaurants to choose from along the main line  referred to as Paseo Maritimo, in around the Marine, Port and interior streets, along with side walk cafes and boutiques.

Between the two resorts you can first enjoy some exploring amongst the roman ruins,  few mins drive takes you down to Port of Alcudia where you can enjoy its magnificent beaches and is a totally different feel to its sister “city” the medieval town of Alcudia.

We hope you enjoyed our suggestion box places to visit today, look out for more next week!….


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