24 / 09 / 2021
Alcudia, so much to see and do
Mallorca boasts places of unparalleled beauty and towns rich in history, heritage and culture, such as Alcudia, in the northwest of the island.
Such is Alcudia's appeal that, in 2020, it became part of the list of the most beautiful villages in Spain compiled by the Asociación de los Pueblos más Bonitos de España (Association of the Most Beautiful Villages in Spain).
Alcudia's charms are very appealing to visitors to the island, which is why many people are already choosing to rent a holiday home in this municipality.
With Pollentia Rentals the search for your ideal luxury home, villa, finca or flat will not take long. We have a long experience in holiday rentals and our portfolio includes a wide variety of the most sought-after properties in Alcudia and other parts of the island.
Five good reasons to rent a property in Alcudia
Below we list some of the main reasons to rent a holiday home in Alcudia:
Its imposing city walls
Alcudia's medieval walls, commissioned by King James II in the 14th century, are among the most attractive historical structures in the municipality due to their outstanding state of preservation.
Today you can still see three ancient access gates, called Porta del Moll, Porta de Vila Roja and Porta de Mallorca. Crossing them leads to the historic centre of Alcudia, which is a maze of narrow streets lined with churches, museums and many quaint balconies adorned with flowers.
Its paradisiacal beaches
Renting a holiday home in Alcudia means being near the best beaches on the island. One of them is Alcanada, easily accessible, bathed by crystal-clear waters and with a tiny islet within a short swimming distance.
Other highlights are Alcudia's seven-kilometre long beach, ideal for leisurely strolls, and Es Coll Baix, a charming cove that can be reached by a forest track.
Its weekly market
On Tuesdays and Sundays, Alcudia hosts a lively street market with food, clothes and craft stalls.
Its Roman ruins
Renting a holiday home in Alcudia will allow you to step into its past by visiting the Roman city of Pollentia, an archaeological site dating back to the 1st century BC, which has uncovered the remains of a residential quarter, a public square and a Roman theatre.
Its unspoilt natural environment
Visiting Alcudia also allows you to contemplate nature in its purest form in areas such as the S'Albufera Nature Park, the largest wetland in the Balearic Islands. It is of great ecological importance due to the many plant species that inhabit it and the large number of migratory birds that find a resting place there, attracting birdwatchers from all over Europe.
With Pollentia Rentals finding your dream holiday rental is a breeze
To discover all of Alcudia's secrets, nothing better than renting a holiday home in this Mallorcan town! Contact Pollentia Rentals: our team of real estate experts will help you find your desired property so that you can make the most of all that Alcudia has to offer.