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Villa for 6 people, with garden
Port d'Alcúdia, North Majorca
from
£145per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden
Alcúdia, North Majorca
from
£165per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden
4.3
13 reviews
Can Picafort, North Majorca
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£72per night
Villa for 6 people, with ocean view and garden
6 pers., 4 bedrooms, 230m², 3km to the beach
4.8
1 review
Alcúdia, North Majorca
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£90per night
Villa for 6 people, with lake view and garden
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 115m², 250m to the beach
5.0
1 review
Alcúdia, North Majorca
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£72per night
Villa for 6 people, with lake view and garden
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 140m², 900m to the beach
5.0
7 reviews
Alcúdia, North Majorca
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£90per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden and hot tub
Pollença, Serra de Tramuntana
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£142per night
Villa for 5 people, with garden, child-friendly
4.7
7 reviews
Alcúdia, North Majorca
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£70per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden, child-friendly
4.7
7 reviews
Alcúdia, North Majorca
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£78per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden, child-friendly
4.8
1 review
Pollença, Serra de Tramuntana
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£117per night
Villa for 3 people, with terrace, child-friendly
3 pers., 2 bedrooms, 90m², 900m to the beach
3.3
6 reviews
Alcúdia, North Majorca
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£57per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 120m², 1.3km to the beach
Pollença, Serra de Tramuntana
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£104per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden and pool
4.3
7 reviews
Muro, North Majorca
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£70per night
Villa for 6 people, with garden and pool
4.8
2 reviews
Alcúdia, North Majorca
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£97per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden
8 pers., 4 bedrooms, 356m², 150m to the beach
Alcúdia, North Majorca
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£132per night
Villa for 7 people, with garden and ocean view
Alcúdia, North Majorca
from
£145per night
Villa for 4 people, with terrace
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 102m², 900m to the beach
4.6
1 review
Alcúdia, North Majorca
from
£80per night
Villa for 6 people, with pool and garden
4.6
1 review
Sa Pobla, North Majorca
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£219per night
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Highlights in Alcúdia

  • Fantastic beaches
  • Lively celebrations
  • Fabulous outdoors
  • Lovely bike rides
  • Local market

Most popular amenities for Villas in Alcúdia

Pool 972
Internet 1,531
Balcony/Terrace 1,369
TV 1,620
Air condition 1,472
Garden 1,125
Parking 1,108
Washing machine 1,619
Heating 901

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Villas in Alcudia

Alcudia: an idyllic Mediterranean destination

Thinking of your next destination? Alcudia offers stunning villas in the most beautiful spots. Find your perfect villa in Son Baulo, Formentor, Sant Jordi or the residential area of Bellresguard. Enjoy the privacy of your own villa surrounded by stunning natural Mediterranean landscapes and pristine beaches to unwind during your holidays. Spend some time in this historical and cultural city in Mallorca.

Splendid villas with swimming pool

In Holidu you will find lots of detached villas, located both in the town centre, less than 200 meters from the beach, and in the quiet surrounding residential areas, very close to the Natural Park of S 'Albufera. Most villas are equipped with terraces or gardens and swimming pools, which makes them ideal for families and large groups of friends. In addition, many also have a sauna and jacuzzi, so you can relax and free yourself from the accumulated stress. Choose your villa in the idyllic Mallorcan countryside and enjoy a coffee in the morning listening to the goat bells as you gaze at the azure waters of the sea.

Travellers and activities

Alcudia for history lovers

Alcudia has been awarded the recognition for having a rich historical heritage. Strolling around the majestic city walls you can feel the taste of an ancient life in town. There are several city guided tours that will take you deeper into the history of Alcudia and the legacy left by the Romans centuries ago. A visit to the Pollentia Monographic Museum will show you several artifacts found in the area and you can learn about some facts in Alcudia’s history as well. Enjoy an interesting time discovering the facts about this lovely town of Mallorca.

Alcudia for beach lovers

The fine sand, the crystal clear turquoise waters and the beautiful beach of Puerto de Alcúdia will overturn the heart of all Mallorca enthusiasts. Ideal for families with children, as it has all the necessary equipment to enjoy a great day at the beach. For those who seek tranquility and a higher level of privacy, nothing better than the beach of Coll Baix. This beautiful bay, which offers crystal clear water, is surrounded by rocky and steep capes. You can access the beach only on foot or by boat. You can access it, driving 5 miles through a back road, following the signs to reach Coll Baix and you will reach the picnic area. Then, half an hour down on foot to the bay. But it is worth it, there you will let your mind and your senses wander. By the way, don't forget to bring supplies for the whole day!

Did you know that the historic centre of Alcúdia still retains many of its old medieval streets?

Top 7 travel tips in Alcudia

1. Enjoy an active holiday

Want to explore a bit and enjoy some outdoor adventures? Go hiking in the Tramuntana mountains where you have several hiking trails to walk through the natural landscape and discover hidden caves. This is an official UNESCO World Heritage Site with water mills, dry-stone buildings and typical orange trees. If you are not quite sure about the routes, you can join a guided hike to Talaia de la Victòria. The Natural Park of L’Albufera is also a great spot for birdwatching or the natural area of Victoria, an excellent place for nature lovers to enjoy pleasant walks surrounded by trees and the fantastic Mediterranean breeze.

2. Fall in love with the Old Town

The old town of Alcúdia is a precious gem in itself. To know it, nothing better than touring the Camí de Ronda, which surrounds the cord of the walls inside, with the possibility of accessing the highest point to enjoy the spectacular views of the town and the Sierra de Tramuntana. Leaving the walls, you can see the Roman city of Pollentia, the Monographic Museum of Pollentia, the church of Sant Jaume, the Town Hall of Alcúdia and numerous casals, the stately houses of Renaissance style decorated with shields.

3. Go to the market

Barter your way through the stalls at Alcúdia Market either on Sunday or Tuesday morning. The market takes place within the city walls and it is one of the biggest markets in Mallorca. The sellers display all the local products and artisan creations. Try some authentic sobrasada, cheese and olive oil. The locals head to the market to source some fresh veggies, fruit and local produce and now you have the chance to do it too.

4. Party like a local

The local festivals are big events for both locals and tourists. In late June, it is time to celebrate Saint Peter's festival, in honour of the saint patron, with a week full of activities, music and food. Later on, in July, it is time for Saint James’ celebrations and traditional theme events are arranged in the different streets as well as exhibitions and sport tournaments. The fireworks add a bit of sparkle during the hot summer nights. Mingle with the locals and enjoy the festivals!

5. Alcudia’s trade fair

It is organised annually on the first weekend of October. This popular festival, which lasts for three days, is organised in honor of the Mallorcan culture. There are several concerts, while the culinary specialties of the region and the local crafts are shown. In addition, horse shows are exhibited, the S'Estol del Rei parade in Jaume is the culmination of the party. For the occasion, the villagers carry giant heads, handcrafted designed to represent characters from the Mallorcan folklore.

6. Alcudia on wheels

Alcudia is located near the central plain of Es Pla. This allows families with children or inexperienced cyclists to know the area without much difficulty. The medieval city of Pollença is a beautiful destination. Immersed in a sea of olive groves, you can access after a small and quiet bike ride through the interior of Mallorca. Mountain biking enthusiasts will feel fulfilled with the relief of the Tramuntana mountain range. After passing through the Cape of Formentor, you will be rewarded for your effort with the stunning views of the cliffs and the Mediterranean Sea!

7. A day in Formentor

A day on one of the most exclusive beaches in Mallorca is going to be a unique experience to remember. Get on the glass bottom boat that will take you to Formentor and enjoy the trip as you admire the marine life beneath your feet. Enjoy the coastline views along the way and take a dip into the azure waters of the Mediterranean before coming back.

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