May 27, 2015
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Majorca offers hundreds of wonderful spots for you to discover, and a clear example of this is Alcudia, in the northern coast of the island. Its excellent beaches and extraordinary scenery make the area one of the busiest in Majorca, visited by both residents and tourists. Regardless, it remains a very quiet area, making it an ideal place to enjoy a fantastic holiday.

Alcudia’s streets are loaded with historic memories. Many of them are key moments experienced by this beautiful city, such as the conflict of "Ses Germanies" in 1521, where the nobility had to take refuge within the 14th century walls. Today, visitors can enjoy the luxury of walking around the city’s centre enclosed by those same walls, steeped in history and tradition.

When leaving the village, you can head towards Mal Pas, two small fine sand beaches separated by a small ledge. The area offers a variety of beaches, so if what you want is to dive into the bluest water, Bonaire is the perfect cove for you. Its views are stunning!

And to finish the day, what better way than to have dinner while contemplating the spectacular views. Enjoying one of the most popular restaurants in Alcudia is a must, many of which have terraces from which you can see the whole bay of Pollensa, one of the island’s most beautiful landscapes and especially magical at night.

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