Visiting Alcudia in Majorca is the Best Holiday Choice

By | 4 September, 2021 | 0 comments

When you’re deciding on a family friendly holiday resort, you can’t get better than the beautiful island of Majorca. We share why visiting Alcudia in Majorca is the best holiday choice and our exciting new additions to the Club MAC family holiday resort.

Why Visit Alcudia?

Where do we start? Alcudia is a sun drenched, culture rich historic town on the stunning and much loved island of Mallorca. British and European holiday goers have adored the Balearic Islands for many years, and this Spanish love affair is why millions choose the archipelago to holiday every year.

Majorca is the largest island in the Balearics, and many would argue that it is the most beautiful with its scenic coastline, sun drenched beaches and the Serra de Tramuntana mountains in the north. This is why many celebrities choose to holiday in Majorca or even set up home on this idyllic island. Majorca has something exceptional, and if the island can produce a tennis star like Rafael Nadal, there must be something magical in the water.

Depending on your location from the UK, you can be unpacking in your Club MAC resort room and starting your holiday in around 4 hours. Now, doesn’t that sound like complete bliss after all your hard work this year?

Food Scene in Alcudia

If you’re looking for the best places to eat in Alcudia, you will be spoilt for choice. There are so many wonderful restaurants and bars in Alcudia that serve vibrant fresh foods sourced locally, mostly based on vegetables, fish and pork. The hearty homegrown and cooked foods are bursting with natural ingredients, including garlic, olive oil, lemons, herbs, and all served with delicious Spanish wines.

Alcudia Marina boasts some wonderful seafood restaurants cooking fresh fish dishes and delivering some of the most majestic nighttime views in the town. The sparkling lights of the boats bounce off the moonlit water providing a superb experience while you sample their local cuisine.

What is the Weather Like in Alcudia?

The warmest weather in Alcudia can be found from June to September, where temperatures can reach up to 30°C but still with a delightful sea breeze to help keep you cool. The sea temperature is around 23/25°C, the beach is safe and shallow for some distance, and the water is very calm, making it the perfect location for taking kids on holiday.

Is Alcudia Good for Walking?

Alcudia is a walkers paradise because it offers something for every type of walker. You can do anything from a stroll to a full on hike. There are cobweb blowing coastal walks to mind blowing mountain hikes.

With walking such a popular way to see the sights of Alcudia and also a great way to stay fit in body and mind whilst drinking in the culture, here at Club MAC, we have partnered with walking tour experts.

An Alcudia native or expert will guide you around all the historic city’s incredible sights, sharing their knowledge of its past and how the culture has evolved over the centuries. The Alcudia guided tour will take you past all the well-known sights and share with you some of the hidden gems you may never have noticed. The medieval walls are a must experience, the unique gates to the walled city, the 13th century Neo-Gothic Sant Jaume Church and the town hall. You will experience these and much more.

Travel in Alcudia

Transport in Alcudia and Majorca is excellent. You can easily use public transport or even taxi’s to access other parts of the city, the countryside, visit a winery, the beach and more.

There is a handy new bus stop right outside the Club MAC resort, which can take you to many surrounding places, including Can Picafort, Port de Pollensa, Sa Marina and Play du Muro. The Alcudia buses run approximately every 15 minutes in season and are an excellent way to explore the local area.

Alcudia has warm weather, sea breezes, incredible food, friendly locals, and a relaxed, welcoming vibe, making it the ideal location for a family holiday. Club MAC is ready to provide you with that warm welcome when you are next visiting Alcudia.

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