The small town of Alcúdia is located north of the Spanish island of Mallorca – its name dates from the time of Arab rule and means “the hill”. And indeed, the city was built on the foothills of a mountain chain which geographically separates the bays of Pollença and Alcúdia. Particularly tempting is the purchase of a villa or another type of property in the port district of Puerto Alcúdia. Your real estate brokers at Engel & Völkers Mallorca will happily explain why.
Alcúdia has developed into an insider tip of unique cultural institutions. In the shadow of the hill chain, adjacent to the city, there is the Auditorium, which is the cultural center. Concerts, theater performances or art exhibitions take place here on a regular basis. The Museu monogràfic de Poŀlèntia, as a historical museum, usually displaying finds from the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Pollentia, which lies nearby and presents itself as another destination for a trip for those who are interested. Alcúdia also has the most extensive library on the island: the Biblioteca Can Torró, set up in an old Spanish mansion.
Lifelong well-living in a villa in Puerto Alcúdia
Alcúdia is not limited to enjoying culture and stylish properties. The immediate surroundings include more than 15 fantastic sandy beaches, which guarantee a unique atmosphere with partly steep rock faces as their backdrop. Many boat trailers offer the opportunity to marvel at the beauty of the north coast from the water – whether via a sports boat or the sailing yacht. Especially in the port, Puerto Alcúdia, you can end the day in the best restaurants and bars of the city.
When choosing the right property in Puerto Alcúdia, you will be able to make the most of it: from a condo to a villa, everyone can find their dream home here. Villas are usually sold at an average price of 1.500.000 to 2.500.000 EUR.