Located in the far northwest of Mallorca, between the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença, it is one of the most fascinating landscapes on the island, a peninsula where the whimsical forces of nature have coloured and sculpted the landscape.This unique enclave, with its temperate Mediterranean climate and where history, legends and traditions converge, has hidden wonders that further accentuate its beauty and havens where silence has not yet been dethroned.
Water safety & clarity
Stunning turquoise water glistens between rocky cliffs which are covered with bushes and pine trees. On one side is a cavern where the water cools down significantly, and I watched some adventurous swimmers climb up the side of the rock for an exhilarating jump.
What is there to do?
Alcudia is one long exquisite suntrap, with 30 km of coastline and 18 magnificent beaches, each one different from the last. Together they encompass an extraordinary array of possibilities, from absolute tranquillity and relaxation to exciting leisure activities.Ideal wind conditions and optimal infrastructures both on land and in the water make this is one of the best bays in Europe for both amateurs and professionals wishing to practice their favourite water sports.