Alcudia
from £108
per night

Villa Carles

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Alcudia
from £103
per night

Villa Vertent

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms
Santa Margalida
from £168
per night

Villa Triay

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms
Playa De Muro
from £170
per night

Villa Blau Mari

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Playa De Muro
from £131
per night

Beach Villa Mel

7 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Port D'alcudia
from £80
per night

Beach Villa Carmen

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms
Alcudia
from £113
per night

Villa Valero

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Alcudia
from £149
per night

Villa Pedro Monjo

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms
Ca'n Picafort
from £104
per night

Ca Na Xisca II

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Ca'n Picafort
from £104
per night

Ca Na Xisca I

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Alcudia
from £134
per night

Casa De Arcos

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Port D'alcudia
from £102
per night

Mariners Apartment

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Port D'alcudia
from £142
per night

Vista Mar Apartment

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Playa De Muro
from £106
per night

Ses Gavines

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Alcudia
from £149
per night

Villa Marina Cabanellas

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Port D'alcudia
from £83
per night

Villa Minerva

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Playa De Muro
from £351
per night

Villa Les Aguiles

5 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Alcudia
from £174
per night

Villa Socias Playa

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
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Why You Should Stay in Alcudia Villas

Alcudia, located in the north of Mallorca is known for its beautifully preserved old town and relaxed vibes. Offering a wide range of attractions and activities, the destination lends itself to family travellers seeking a laid back holiday in Mallorca.

Villas in Alcudia

Your villa in Alcudia is luxurious and elegant, and comes complete with a full range of amenities. The fully equipped kitchen is ideal for self-catering—but why lift a single finger when you can let a private chef with his repertoire of Mallorcan dishes?
Soaking up the breezy Mallorca vibes has never been easier, thanks to the vast outdoor spaces at your Alcudia villa. The gardens are well-cared for, and are ideal for outdoor yoga, playing a game with kids or a leisurely stroll. Take full advantage of the pool and poolside terrace—enjoy dips at any time of the day, sunbathe upon the loungers and round up your family for barbecues by the poolside.
Set in a prime location, your Alcudia villa enjoys a quiet, tucked-away location while placing you within easy access to the local amenities and restaurants. You’re just 15 to 20 minutes’ drive from a number of key tourist attractions.

Family activities in Alcudia

Enjoy quality time with family at Alcudia Beach; the waters are calm and shallow, and you’ll find plenty of amenities—including showers, toilets, restaurants and shops.
Alcudia old town, with its picturesque streets, medieval city walls and cathedral is a joy to explore. Make sure to visit the local market, take a stroll along the old walls and soak in the festivities at traditional celebrations like the St. Jaume Festival.
Sign up for The Challenge, a kid-friendly adventure activity that involves treasure hunting, snorkelling, kayaking, marine caving, cliff jumping and more—definitely an action-packed experience that will thrill your little ones.
The above-mentioned attractions and travel operators are less than 10 minutes’ drive from your villa in Alcudia. Feel free to reach out to your Alcudia villa manager for help with transport arrangements, or anything else you require assistance with.

Activities and points of interest in Alcudia

Alcudia villa travellers will be wowed by the passionate performances held by FlaMallorca, the island’s leading flamenco company. A hike to the Hermitage La Victoria is not to be missed; you’ll be rewarded with mountain views that are absolutely breathtaking.
You’ll also enjoy a visit to Museo Sa Bassa Blanca, a museum with a collection of contemporary art works, sculpture park, rose garden and observatory.

Alcudia’s restaurants, cafes & bars

A gourmet dining experience at your Alcudia villa is wonderful—but it’ll be a shame not to discover the local dining scene.
Places like Restaurant Celler Ca'n Costa Alcúdia transport you back in time with its quaint courtyard setting. It’s where the locals go for crowd favourites like roast suckling pig and suquet, a traditional Catalan dish. We recommend making reservations, given the restaurant’s popularity (your Alcudia villa manager can assist).
Then there’s Can Polit, a restaurant that boasts a rustic ambience and tasty pastas. Koma offers a refreshing change with its Asian fusion fare like sushi rolls and Poke bowls. A meal at ALCANADA 35 is quite an experience—especially if you’re seated out on the seafront terrace.
In between your main meals, it’s worth stopping by at venues like Sa Cisterna, a wine store where you can enjoy a tipple, along with nibbles like local cheese, ham and sobrasada. Cerveseria Santa Anna, offering locally produced beers and snacks makes a great hangout for pre-dinner drinks.