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Finca with stabling for horses - with independent bungalow

Country estate in Alcudia with views of the mountains, the main house and an independent bungalow for guests. The property has a swimming pool area with a barbecue and stabling for horses. The ground floor of the...

plot: 50000m²
constr. surface: 850m²
price: 2.900.000
bedrooms: 6

Very well maintained property with sea views

The house has four bedrooms including a master bedroom with dressing room, a very large living room with fireplace and a covered terrace all around.The kitchen is equipped with an island and there is a dining room...

plot: 1050m²
constr. surface: 400m²
price: 2.750.000
bedrooms: 4

Modern new built villa with great architecture

This modern Villa has just been built and is literally a few steps from the sandy beach of Playa de Alcudia. The area is more marked by a quiet tourism. However, all the infrastructure of the well-known beach town...

Puerto Alcudia
plot: 390m²
constr. surface: 320m²
price: 1.750.000
bedrooms: 4

Country house with swimming pool, 5 bedrooms near to Alcudia

L- shaped country house built in 2017 with high ceilings and picture windows, thus giving it plenty of natural light. The main wing comprises an entrance hall leading off of which are: a bedroom with en-suite...

plot: 20700m²
constr. surface: 559m²
price: 1.690.000
bedrooms: 5

Spacious chalet in quiet location near the beach

The spacious chalet is located in the quiet residential area Sa Marina, just a short walk from the beach. The ground floor disposes of a spacious living-dining room with terrace access, a fully equipped kitchen...

plot: 440m²
constr. surface: 400m²
price: 550.000
bedrooms: 5

Information and situation to Alcudia and Port Alcudia

In the north of the island lays Alcúdia city with its picturesque historic centre and important ruins of the old roman town Pollentia. It is worth to see the historic centre inhabited since the Megalithic culture then used by Phoenicians and finally by Romans who settled the island in 123 B.C. The Alcudia´s name was given by Arabics (the arabic term Al-kudia means "the city up to the hill"). In order to protect the place against the pirates it was built a wall around the whole city by the Bastions.

This wall has been well maintained and it  gives to the town a medieval character. In the nice pedestrian area there are quiet cafes and bars. Tuesday and Sunday weekly markets are taking place, if you visit them you will find interesting and useful ítems. If you are looking for further activities you should visit Puerto de Alcudia - its marina- with a nice and big yacht port, a lot of restaurants and which is full of places to get fun ; there is also a long sandy beach connecting with Playa de Muro. July, the 25th is the Festivity of the holy patron from Alcú dia- Sant Jaume- which is also celebrated in whole Spain and it is known like "Santiago Apóstol Festivity".

  • Population: approx. 20 000
  • Weekly market: Tuesday and Sunday
  • Distance to airport: 70 km
  • Excursions: Cap Formentor, Playa de Muro, marina, Port Pollensa