August 16, 2015
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Mallorca’s art and cultural offer surprises visitors; for example, in the northern area of Mallorca, specifically the municipality of Alcudia, where many of our villas are located. When on holiday in Mallorca, you shouldn’t miss the visits we suggest below:

The ruins of the Roman city of Pollentia.

 Pollentia Museum. A small construction built in the 14th century that was used as a hospital. Since 1987, the building is open to the public and houses the Pollentia Monographic Museum. It displays a small collection of objects, result of the excavations of the city of Pollentia.

Roman theatre. Located halfway between Alcudia and its Port, it was built during the Roman Empire and is the smallest in Spain, with an estimated capacity of 2,000 people. The theatre preserves its three basic elements: the auditorium, the orchestra and the stage.

Archeological Museum. Displays material collected during the excavations in the ancient city of Pollentia.

Medieval walls. Built by order of Jaime II, construction began in 1298 and concluded in 1362. Their mission was to provide shelter and protection to the north of Mallorca. They are square and were reinforced with 26 towers, 6 meters high each.

Victoria Chapel. Received its name from the victorious outcome for  the inhabitants of Alcudia against the pirates, in one of the numerous confrontations in the 16th century. It houses the image of the patron saint of Alcudia, the Virgin of La Victoria, a wooden carving in Gothic style.

Sant Jaume Church. Built in the 14th century in Gothic style and rebuilt in the 19th century.

Alcudia Auditorium. A new architectural construction. A space for theatre, music and other performing arts, as well as conferences, with a capacity for 496 people.

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