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It is a wonderful place to take photos or just relax on a beach.
The only problem you may encounter here are mosquitoes – they are plentiful –don’t forget your repellent.
In a nutshell
A classic destination!
Family driven restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere.
The food is excellent and the service is attentive yet relaxed.
You should drop by for lunch, tapas, dinner or just a glass of wine, cider or beer.
Favorite Dish: Try their tapas, do share them to be able to try more.
Drink sangria or cider.
Updated Jul 26, 2008
Address: Pins, 9, Puerto Alcudia 07410, Spain
Phone: # Tel: +34 971549978
Alcúdia is a town in north part of Mallorca island, 58km from Palma, 11km from Pollenca, 25km from Inca, 33km from Arta.
Bus #351 from Palma will take you to Alcudia in about 65’. From Pollenca bus#354, From port de Pollenca you can take bus #445 or #352.
We drove from Palma through the main highway Ma-13 and we reached Alcudia in 40’.
how to move around
The best thing you can do is to park the car outside the city walls (there are some free parkings just opposite the main gate) and walk inside the old town which is small anyway.
You may need the car again only if you want to visit also the port de Alcudia.
Written Jun 15, 2012
This week till 29th June 2006 is the San Pedro Fiesta.
The port has fair stalls in place and loads of cultural events including live concerts mallorcan dancing etc.
On the 29th the blessing of the boats takes place from aound 6.30pm. fishing boats sightseeing boats and pleasure craft all sail out into the bay decorated and circle the trawler which has the Bishop and band aboard after their blessing the flotilla return to the marina. There is a live pop concert around 10pm and a stunning firework display around midnight.
If anyone is staying in the area there is a tourist information centre in the port who will happily give you details
Written Jun 25, 2006
Many car hire places offer excursions as well at half the cost of the hotels prices and they seem like fantastic deals... What they don't tell you is that you will spend the entire morning sat in a little room listening to someone trying to sell you a ridiculously over priced bed! You will THEN be taken to Marineland or wherever else you originally thought you were heading where you will be lucky to have 2 hours of the day left! It is shocking that they fail to tell people (especially people with excited young children like myself) that you will will be de-touring to a sweatbox to be lectured by a very pushy salesman - be wary and always book excursions with your hotel. They may be more pricey but you will get exactly what they advertise and your kids wont be heartbroken at missing the dolphins!
Unique Suggestions: Car hire places are for hiring cars - don't buy anything else from them at all because you will not be given a refund of any kind, nor a sympathetic ear when you complain! Local businesses work very hard, very long hours to make their money and you have more chance of growing wings than you have of getting refund, so be wise with your money, or if you spot a tempting bargain ask LOADS of questions before you hand over your cash!
Fun Alternatives: Public transport is very good in Majorca and there are lots of bus and rail links so if you feel confident enough, use them! It works out very cheap to use public transport and buy entry tickets when you arrive!
Written Jun 15, 2006
Favorite thing: The original old town of Alcudia (dating back to around 1300) is actually 2 miles inland and is well worth a visit. Few people realise it was the Phoenicians and Greeks who first settled here, closely by the Romans, who made Alcudia the capital of the island. There is an excellent walking tour of the town that highlights its abundant history.
Written May 25, 2007