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Alcudia

From its medieval old town to its crystal-clear waters, this Mallorcan gem has something for everyone.

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Alcudia: North Coast Catamaran Cruise with Lunch

1. Alcudia: North Coast Catamaran Cruise with Lunch

Set sail from Port d'Alcudia and discover the best coves and hidden spots of Mallorca's spectacular north coast. Choose between a daytime or sunset experience and climb aboard a catamaran to cruise along the coast. Pass a picturesque islet, the Aucanada Lighthouse, and the hidden cove of Es Coll Baix Beach. Cross the Bay of Pollença, drop anchor at Cala den Gossalba, and discover one of the most dramatic hidden coves close to the famous beach of Formentor. Take in breathtaking views of Mallorca's majestic mountains and sparkling blue sea. Cool off in the crystal-clear waters and make use of free snorkeling equipment, canoes, and standup paddle boards or just relax on the nets and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. Enjoy a lunch of barbecued meat, pasta salad, bread, and fruit with drinks aboard your catamaran. Then, sail back towards Port d'Alcudia and enjoy a last stop for a swim before you reach the port.  

Mallorca: Hidropark Alcudia Entrance Ticket

2. Mallorca: Hidropark Alcudia Entrance Ticket

Enjoy a day splashing about on the different water slides and pools at Mallorca's Hidropark. Make any summer day become an unforgettable experience and a great memory. Located in Alcudia, the park is ideally situated for those staying in the resorts of Alcúdia, Ca’n Picafort and Puerto Pollença. Slide down the spiral and super slalom, try to walk across giant water balls, splash about in the wave pools, and more. You can relax in the sun, always in sight of the kids, who have float boats, bouncy castles and super jumpers to play with. 

Alcudia: 3-Hour Coast & Dolphins Small Group Cruise

3. Alcudia: 3-Hour Coast & Dolphins Small Group Cruise

Board your sunrise cruise at Port d’Alcudia, and ready yourself for 99% chance of seeing dolphins. Sail to the majestic cliffs of Cabo Formentor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Serra de Tramuntana. Discover the dolphins swimming their natural habitat. Thanks to the special design of your boat, you’ll be able to get close to the dolphins. Escape the hustle and bustle of the world and savor the peace of the ocean in the early morning. On the way back, you can stop at Es Coll Baix, an idyllic beach. Bathe in the crystalline waters– the best way to start your day. Afterward, return to Port d’Alcudia.

Alcudia: Glass Bottom Boat Trip to Formentor Beach

4. Alcudia: Glass Bottom Boat Trip to Formentor Beach

Embark on a boat ride from Alcudia to Formentor Beach and enjoy the magical landscapes of Mallorca. See fantastic bays along the way, such as Coll Baix or Aucanada. Admire the stunning rock formations along the coast. Hop on board a glass-bottom boat and depart from Port Alcudia. Go below deck and look at the marine life through the boat’s underwater viewing windows. Let the picturesque countryside of Mallorca pass you by. Enjoy the special atmosphere of the bay. Relax in tranquility and admire the views of the sparkling sea. Upon arrival at the sand beach of Formentor, take a dip in the turquoise waters. Soak in the breathtaking view surrounded by pine and oak forests.

Alcudia: Sunrise at Sea & Dolphin Watching Tour

5. Alcudia: Sunrise at Sea & Dolphin Watching Tour

Create an amazing memory for you and your family with a sunrise and dolphin watching boat tour. Embark at the Port de Alcudia, and then head north. Watch as dawn breaks over the magnificent skyline of Mallorca.  Take in the breathtaking play of light created by the rising sun’s reflection in the water. After sunrise, cruise the areas where the dolphins swim. On the deck of the catamaran, you'll have the chance to relax and soak up the sun. Admire these impressive marine animals as they play in their natural habitat. Enjoy a small onboard breakfast including pastries, toast, ham, cheese, butter, marmalade, coffee, tea, and juice.

Alcudia : Guided Coastal Kayaking Tour & Cliff Jumping

6. Alcudia : Guided Coastal Kayaking Tour & Cliff Jumping

Enjoy a small-group guided kayaking adventure from Alcudia around the picturesque coast of Mallorca. Paddle out of Alcanada Beach and learn the basics of kayaking before heading out into the waves. Come across serene coves and sea caves and go cliff jumping. Make your own way down to Alcanada Beach, or the playa as it's known in Spanish, to meet your helpful instructor and group for the day. Get to grips with the basics of kayaking and then cruise out into the open sea. Let your guide lead you along the coast and point out areas of beauty. Listen to the sounds of the ocean and make a short stop in a picturesque cove. Set off again and take the chance to paddle gently into a sea cave. Reward yourself for your hard work as you drag your kayaks onto an island to take a rest. Grab your snorkeling equipment and swim out to nearby reefs or climb some rocks and dive into the sea.

From Puerto de Alcudia: Alcudia Bay Tour and Jet Ski Trip

7. From Puerto de Alcudia: Alcudia Bay Tour and Jet Ski Trip

Take a fantastic 50-minute guided jet ski trip around the Bay of Alcudia. Discover the joy of exploring the ocean at your own speed. Drive your own jet ski or ride along with your friend. Jet skis are allowed up to 2 people per machine. Start the trip at the Port of Alcudia, heading to Coll Baix via several beautiful spots such as the Isle of Aucanada and Cap de Menorca. During the trip, your guide will show you secret spots from this stunning natural environment. Enjoy several stops to swim, snorkel and take photos as souvenirs of an unforgettable experience.

Alcudia: Formentor Beach & Lighthouse Cruise

8. Alcudia: Formentor Beach & Lighthouse Cruise

Leave the Port of Alcudia towards the beaches of the north coast, specifically towards the incredible and famous beach of Es Coll Baix, and pass by the lighthouse of the unique island of Alcanada.  After a refreshing dip, head towards the virgin coves of Cap Pinar, where you can go snorkeling. Continue the journey to the bay of Pollença and enjoy the secluded beach of Es Caló, a small untouched beach where one of the most expensive mansions in Mallorca is located: La Fortaleza.  Continue the route to Formentor Beach to go to one of the most beautiful small coves in Mallorca, Cala Murta, then head towards the majestic cliffs of Cap de Formentor in the Serra de Tramuntana. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this beach will allow you to see the wildest side of the majestic lighthouse of Cap de Formentor.

Mallorca Multi-Experience Adventure

9. Mallorca Multi-Experience Adventure

Start with pickup in a Land Rover jeep and drive to the activity point near Alcúdia, where you will prepare for the adventure. Receive your equipment and set off on the first of your activities. With your guides, start with paddling the kayaks along the impressive coast of Mallorca to a stunning marine cave with crystal-clear water. Begin the search for the key to the sunken treasure. From the marine cave, enjoy a short coastal trek that leads to a perfect spot to do some cliff jumping, which is optional. For the final part of the adventure, do some snorkeling in the pristine Mediterranean waters to find the sunken treasure. After you have located the treasure, celebrate by enjoying a picnic lunch on the beach!

Mallorca: Scenic Full-Day Tour from the North

10. Mallorca: Scenic Full-Day Tour from the North

See Mallorca from a number of unique vantage points on a 9-hour scenic tour. You will travel by bus, train, tram, and boat, to discover the island's many treasures. Departing from the north of Mallorca, you will travel by coach, experiencing the dramatic cliffs of the Serra de Tramuntana Mountain range. As it hugs the coastline of Mallorca, drive along switchback roads and explore the Pareis Gorge and La Calobra, hidden gems of the west coast. Enjoy some free time for lunch in La Calobra or Puerto Soller. You will then travel by boat to see some of the best views of the coast of Mallorca. Look out for celebrity villas and elegant houses dotted along the pine and olive trees. Next you will ride the charming tram along the sea front at lively Puerto Soller. From Soller, jump on an antique carriage train, and ride through citrus and olive groves. Settle down in vintage railcars, with mahogany panels and brass fittings, and feel yourself drift back in time.

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What people are saying about Alcudia

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 2,876 reviews

This was the best start of our vacation! Miguel and his crew were the absolute best and made the boat cruise so much fun. Make sure you bring a beach towel with you to dry off after swimming. People also brought their own snorkeling gear to use since they don’t provide any due to covid. Otherwise, there is a bar on the boat so you can have soda, beer, sangria. The views and water are so stunning this is an absolute must for your stay in Majorca!

Really enjoyable day trip. Well organised, and interesting. Alcudia is a lovely town with good shops and places to eat. The trip took in some beautiful scenery, all done in the capable hands of an experienced driver. Would definitely recommend this trip to other travellers.

A true hidden gem off the beaten path! Wonderful gardens with incredible art and sculptures. Our 2-year old son loved to stroll and explore the property. There are a few exhibits that are included with the ticket. You need to book a tour if you want to visit the main house.

The boat ride was great, the guide was good. Sadly we barely saw the dolphin due to the weather, but this isn't something that can be influenced.

Exciting, I highly recommend, especially for families