Alcudia is a port town in the Spanish autonomous territory Balearic Islands. The town covers a total area of approx 60 km2 (23 ml2) and has population around 3,000. The port is located on the northern coast of Majorca Island.
- Alcudia is a resort mainly popular with families. Most of Alcuda's hotels are in Port d'Alcudia and Platja d'Alcudia along the 14 km (8,7 ml) long beach which stretches to Can Picafort. The old town in Alcudia is surrounded by a medieval wall. It is well preserved with houses that date back to the 13th century.
- Outside the medieval town walls, there are remains of Roman town, in front of the Church of Saint Jaume, belonging to the ancient Pollentia city. A small Roman theatre is another must-see. North of Alcudia is a bull ring dating back from the 19th century.
- The old town hosts a market on Sundays and Tuesdays. Inside the town walls there are also several popular bistros and restaurants famous for home-cooked food. In Port d'Alcudia most of the restaurants are found around the marina and most of them are only open during the tourist season. Further to the north and west are several coves and beaches good for sunbathing, snorkeling and swimming.
- Alcudia is celebrating the festival of Saint Jaume every summer. The festival goes on for 9 days at the beginning of July. Prior to its start the town is decorated and the streets each pick out a theme for the look of that year.
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