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Situated in the northeast of Mallorca, some 30 miles from Palma, on a peninsula separating the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença, you will find one of the most attractive destinations within the Balearic archipelago.

This natural paradise consisting of long, beautiful, fine sandy beaches and crystal clear Mediterranean waters, set a in region rich in history and culture, is a wonderfully diverse location ideally suited for today’s discerning tourists, be they sun worshippers, history freaks, nature lovers, families, hikers and cyclists or those just simply wanting to chill out!

The Alcúdia region is made up of the medieval old town from where it gets its name, Mal Pas, Port d’Alcúdia, Alcanada, Playa de Muro, and Ca’n Picafort. The latter four locations all being situated within the beautiful Bahía de Alcúdia where pinewoods and dunes border some of the best beaches on the Island.

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