The northern Spanish town of Alcudia is on the island of Mallorca and is famed for its stunning, picturesque Mediterranean beaches, neo-Gothic church and medieval architecture. This resort town features beaches like Playa d’Alcudia and Playa de Muro, both on the crystal-clear, calm waters of Alcudia Bay. Sant Jaime Church offers staggering Gothic architecture and is built into the medieval walls of the Old Town district. The Church also features ancient and medieval artifacts on display. History enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the Roman Ruins of Pollentia, which date to 123 BCE.

More artifacts of ancient Rome can be seen at the Mongrafic de Pollentia Museum. For a taste of home, 2 Irish pubs can be found here, including the Shamrock Irish Pub Alcudia and The Irish Tavern. To capture stunning views of the city and surrounding region, you can walk the medieval walls, including St. Sebastian’s Gate, which date back hundreds of years and offer photo opportunities and panoramic ocean views.

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    The great choices of what to see and do in Alcúdia range from central historical highlights to natural attractions along its pristine coast. For a walk back in time, you’ll find its walled old town that features a neo-Gothic church and, close by, the remains of a Roman settlement. Though it check marks the culture and history boxes, the biggest draw...

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