Northern Mallorca is a truly beautiful part of the island to explore, both inland and on the coast. Ideal for cyclists and walkers, or sun-worshippers wanting to relax by the crystal clear waters. A true land of wine, ensaimada and sobrasada.
Puerto de Alcudia: 300m
One of the oldest towns in Majorca, located in a militarily and commercially strategic place: between two bays, with a clear view of the horizon.
It was first inhabited by the Phoenicians; the carefully coloured crystal jewellery is one of the few traces left of this culture. The most important archeological remains found are part of the Roman legacy, Pollèntia the ancient capital of the island.Bay of Alcudia: 450m
On the north coast of Mallorca lies the Bay of Alcudia which boasts clear shallow waters and long white sandy beaches.
As the name of Port d'Alcudia suggests, this was once just a port serving an inland town (Alcudia) - now it is a buzzing place with a swish marina where fishing boats mix with luxury yachts and several smart restaurants sit on the dock.
Here you can find some of the best beaches in the North of Mallorca. They come in all types, from huge sandy beaches to tranquil hidden coves. Puerto Pollensa: 14.5km
Just 20 minutes from the hotel is the Puerto Pollensa, famous for its outstanding beauty and scenery
. Pollensa nestles in the foothills at the eastern end of the Serra de Tramuntana and has its own individual personality, made up of many of its oldest traditions. With its narrow streets, houses with ochre roofs, sunbaked walls and faded shutters Pollensa is a network of narrow and twisting medieval streets.
The heart of the old town is the central square, Plaza Mayor, where there are many cafes, bars and restaurants.