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Destination guide

Port d’Alcúdia holiday lettings

Located in Mallorca on the Balearic Islands of Spain, Port d’Alcúdia is a beach town and transport hub to some of the more northern islands. Locals and visitors alike flock to Port d’Alcúdia for beachcombing, golfing, boating and many other outdoor activities. Holiday let options abound, particularly on and around the beaches.


Explore historic sites near your Port d’Alcúdia holiday home

Alcúdia and Port d’Alcúdia have prehistoric roots and a long history, particularly in the medieval period. History buffs generally come here for the many historical sites in the nearby locale of Mallorca. If your holiday home is in this area, you might start with the Roman ruins of Pollentia. The residential quarter, forum, and teatro, or theatre, have all been carefully preserved. Travellers to Mallorca also enjoy visiting the old town and its buildings, such as the Church of St. Jaume. The 13th-century church is built in the neo-Gothic style and noted for its centuries-old, still-functioning bells.

Outdoor activities

Must-try outdoor activities near your villa rental

Port d’Alcúdia’s most popular activities take place outdoors. The golden sands and azure skies of this beach town make it ideal for lounging with a book near your holiday home or playing volleyball and other beach sports with your family. Boat trips, especially to areas like Menorca, are also popular, and the vast ocean makes Port d’Alcúdia a great place for water sports, such as water skiing, jet skiing, swimming and diving. Port d’Alcúdia also hosts a waterpark and nature reserve, the latter near the C’an Picafort resort. The nature reserve is free to enter, and best known for its many species of birds.

How to get around

Navigating around your holiday cottage

Transportation options around Port d’Alcúdia and to and from your holiday accommodation vary. As noted, local boats stop by many times a day to help travellers get to and from the islands. Local buses and taxis are also available and are a good way to navigate areas outside the beaches. Holiday rentals are often found on the main roads, so journeying to a destination or activity can take mere minutes. If you choose to hire a car, for instance, travel to Mallorca is approximately a 15-minute trip. Car hires are popular with visitors, as are direct buses from your chosen airport to the Balearic Islands.

Food & drink

Enjoy Port d’Alcúdia and Mallorcan delicacies

Port d’Alcúdia and nearby Mallorca are known for their local food markets, which you can likely find near any holiday rentals. The town of Alcúdia hosts traditional markets on Tuesday and Sunday afternoons, while the port town hosts one every Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Street food is plentiful in this area, too. Sobrasada, a soft sausage made from local black pig, is often spread on crispy toast. Coca de trampó is a veggie pizza with no cheese, featuring onions, peppers, and fresh parsley.

Essential info

Key facts for your Port d’Alcúdia holiday rental stay

When choosing a holiday rental in this area, keep this essential information in mind: Port d’Alcúdia has a population of about 4,850. With 11 hours of sunshine in July, summer is a popular time to visit. Average temperatures run from 48°F to 77°F depending on time of year Regular buses and boats are the easiest ways to traverse the islands Currency is the euro. Pay the asking rate, except in markets where haggling may be okay. Catalan is the official language, as is Spanish. Knowledge of English is dependent on person and area. Slight dialect differences are common. Pack lightweight clothing and sturdy walking shoes, including boots if you’ll tour any caves or rocky areas. For warm months, pack sunscreen with high SPF and possibly a wide-brimmed hat. There are two farmacias (pharmacies) in the area should you need a prescription filled or minor medical assistance. Carry insurance and health information with you.

Can I find a vacation rental around Port d'Alcudia?

Yes, our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 7,246 vacation rentals near Port d'Alcudia. From 3,446 villas to 1,312 flats & apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Port d'Alcudia for a holiday or a weekend are on Vrbo.