Top ChoiceArchaeological Site in Alcúdia


Ranging over a sizeable (but walkable) area, the fascinating ruins of the Roman town of Pol·lèntia lie just outside Alcúdia's walls. Founded around 70 BCE, it was Rome's principal city in Mallorca and is the most...

Top ChoiceLandmark in Alcúdia

Medieval Walls

Although largely rebuilt, Alcúdia's fine city walls are impressive. Those on the north side are largely the medieval originals while near the Porta Roja (Red Gate) are remnants of an 18th-century bridge. From the...

Top ChoiceMuseum in Alcúdia

Museu Monogràfic de Pol·lèntia

This one-room museum has a fascinating but limited collection of statue fragments, coins, jewellery, household figurines of divinities, scale models of the Casa dels Dos Tresors and Theatre and other remains...

Top ChoiceInternational in Alcúdia


Part of the Petit Hotel Ca'n Simó, this old-town charmer has a lovable inner courtyard, exposed-stone walls and Mediterranean cuisine pepped up with some inventive twists, such as Iberian pork with lemon couscous...

Gallery in Alcúdia

Museo Sa Bassa Blanca

Around 6km east of Alcúdia, in a Hispano-Moorish style house, this eclectic cultural institution concentrates on children's portraits from the 16th to 19th centuries. It also has exhibition space devoted to...

Mallorcan in Alcúdia

Ca'n Costa

It feels little has changed at this grand old house since it was built in 1594, with its beams and oil paintings still intact. There's alfresco seating for balmy days and a menu packed with Catalan and Mallorcan...

Food in Alcúdia

Flor de Sal d'es Trenc

No time to go south? Taste and buy Es Trenc's famous hand-harvested sea salt here in many flavours, from rose to orange and chilli, tomato, black olive and hibiscus. The shop also stocks extra virgin olive oils,...

Tapas in Alcúdia

Bistro 1909

Opposite the opening to Carrer de la Cisterna, this sweet yet busy bistro with outside people-watching seating serves up fine food ferried to tables by chipper staff; expect paellas, tapas (a mixed platter for...

Mediterranean in Alcúdia

Ca'n Pere

This attractive stone-walled courtyard restaurant in the hotel of the same name, serves up fresh Mediterranean cuisine such as black ravioli filled with prawns and salmon. Service can be slow when things are busy.

Cultural in Alcúdia

Fira d'Alcúdia

The big annual market event is the Fira d'Alcúdia on the first weekend in October, which sees a produce market come together with traditional dances, music and parades.

Historic Building in Alcúdia

Ca’n Canta

A fine old home with stunning carvings around its 1st-floor windows, just west of Plaça de sa Constitució, opposite the entrance to Carrer dels Albellons.

Historic Building in Alcúdia

Ca’n Fondo

This stolid and imposing building with classical carvings around its 1st-floor windows is a short walk north of the turning with Carrer de Sant Jaume.

Historic Building in Alcúdia

Ca’n Domènech

One of Alcúdia's finest, this large, grand and noble building has a largely unadorned facade.

Gate in Alcúdia

Porta del Moll

A magnificent sight at the east end of the old town sporting two towers, this solitary 14th-century gate is one of the two surviving gates of Alcúdia.

Museum in Alcúdia

Museu de Sant Jaume

This museum, housed in the large eponymous Gothic church, contains a collection of priestly vestments, paintings and religious items.