Car Hire Majorca Puerto Alcudia Seaport
Address & Contact DetailsAv Nicolau Riera Marsa 1, Alcudia, Alcudia, 07408. Tel: +34971891701
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Find your perfect hire car at Majorca Puerto Alcudia SeaportWhen you arrive at Majorca Puerto Alcudia Seaport, head to the Avis desk and pick up your hire car – then set off for Alcudia and the wider Majorcan region.
Plan your journey from Puerto Alcudia SeaportTake the Carrer Teodor Canet and Carrer Pollentia from Majorca Puerto Alcudia Seaport and you’ll arrive in Alcudia, also referred to as Puerto Alcudia, in ten minutes. One of Majorca’s premiere seaside resorts, it’s the ideal base from which to explore the north coast of the island.
The main attraction in Alcudia is the long sandy beach; stretching 9km from Puerto Alcudia to Ca’n Picafort, it’s ideal for those looking to lounge around and bask in the sun. Those after some water-sports action should head to Xara beach and try windsurfing or paragliding.
The old town of Alcudia is 3km from the main seaside resort and is well worth checking out. This walled medieval town is a delightful place to visit and has a Roman amphitheatre and other historic remains to explore.
There’s also a charming maze of cobbled streets, a handful of independent shops and numerous restaurants offering a traditional Majorcan dining experience. A bustling market, usually held on Tuesdays and Sundays, sells everything from local produce to crafts and souvenirs.
For a fun afternoon with the family, the Hidropark, located in Port d’Alcudia, comes top of the list of child-friendly attractions. It’s the only water park on the north of the island and has slides, activities and splash-pools for all ages.
Hire an Avis car to explore Alcudia and the rest of Majorca in style and comfort.
Beyond Majorca Alcudia SeaportMajorca is a beautiful island that is easy to navigate by car. There is plenty of options for those who want more than just sun, sea and sand. With coastal towns, sleepy inland villages and an impressive mountainous interior, there’s plenty to see on this island of contrasts.
No visit to Majorca is complete without a day or two in the island’s capital city. Palma is an hours’ drive from Majorca Puerto Alcudia Seaport via the Ma-13. With its impressive cathedral, numerous shops and elegant restaurants to enjoy, there’s more than enough to keep you busy. There’s also a good selection of museums and art galleries, but its top attraction has to be the Palau de l’Almudaina, a fort that was converted into a residence for the country’s monarchs.
Caves of Drach
One of the great things about Majorca is there’s always something to do whatever the weather. A visit to the Caves of Drach in Porto Cristo is a great rainy-day activity - or the perfect excuse to briefly escape from the sun. It’ll take you about 50 minutes to drive to the caves via the PM-334. Take a tour and witness the impressive formations of stalactites and stalagmites, as well as Lake Martel. It’s believed to be one of the world’s largest subterranean lakes.
If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of Alcudia, head to the more tranquil area of Deia. This beautiful village is around an hour’s drive from Majorca Puerto Alcudia Seaport, and offers a captivating glimpse of traditional Majorca. There are narrow streets, boutique hotels and a number of gift shops to explore. It’s also famous for being the residence of the poet Robert Graves, who spent much of his life here. A visit to his house is highly recommended. Head down to the village’s small beach for a swim - or just for a spot of quiet contemplation.
Discover the delights of Spain’s fascinating island at your own pace by hiring a car at Majorca Puerto Alcudia Seaport.