Port de Alcúdia is situated on the northeast coast of Mallorca and it is a popular resort town and holiday destination. From April till the end of the September, Port de Alcúdia is full with people who have come to enjoy all that this port has to offer.
Port de Alcudia ia a large port with a marina that can receive big ferry boats and is serving as a point of arrival and departure for boat rides. Many ferries to Menorca, Formentera or Barcelona are leaving from here. Port de Alcudia originally served as a gateway for the north to other nearby islands, but the port grew quickly in the last 30-40 years, establishing itself as a holiday destination rather than as a commercial transportation port.
Port de Alcudia is a perfect location for a beach holidays. Port is full of vacation oriented apartment buildings and small hotels. Main attractions are Hidropark, mini golf, trampolines, museum Sa Bassa Blanca, Golf Alcanada (18-hole course with well maintained greens) and ofcourse plenty of restaurants and bars. Port de Alcudia is full of history with an ancient past that includes Roman, Phoenician and Arab cultures with a nicely restored ancient town centre.
The beach is the main point of interest here and it is nearly 3 kilometres long, starting from the centre of the port and going down to Playa de Muro. Beach is filled with water sports, boating, and related outdoor activities. The water here is calm and clear, and you need to walk out quite far before it gets deep.