Alcúdia is a peninsula situated in the NE of the island of Majorca between its two bays – that of Alcúdia and that of Pollença – covering an area of 60 km2, with more than 30 km of coastline and some of the longest beaches in Mallorca
Alcúdia presents a highly varied landscape. As well as numerous coves and beaches with transparent waters, it also offers a broad range of opportunities for all visitors: from those seeking peace and relaxation or doing some kind of sport, to enjoying nature, being immersed in history and culture, right up to those interested in gastronomy, folklore, handicrafts, etc.
The municipality of Alcúdia includes different population centres: the historical centre, the port, Alcúdia beach, and other residential zones (Alcanada, La Marina, Barcarès, Moré Vermell, Manresa, Mal Pas, Bon Aire, etc.). Each one of them has its own special charm making it unique. http://www.alcudiamallorca.com/en/que-ver/zonas-de-alcudia/
Club de Golf Alcanada’s is an 18-hole course opened in 2003 and offers all the services needed to practice this sport. Alcanada is located by the sea and the 6,499-metre lay-out blends naturally into the typical Mallorcan landscape.