A beautiful apartment right on the beach in one of the most popular areas in Puerto de Alcúdia. As the name implies, this was once a fishing port serving the town of Alcúdia but as tourists discovered the beauty of this area, it has become much more cosmopolitan with a wide range of restaurants, bars and shops. The sandy beach with clear waters remains beautiful and has opportunities for watersports such as windsurfing, kite surfing, kayak tours and many more.
This apartment enjoys a spectacular view of the beach, just imagine soaking it in while drinking your morning coffee on the south-facing balcony. Inside, there are 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an open, fully-equipped kitchen and a spacious bright living room with fireplace for those cooler winter days. The apartment is on the first floor and the building has a lift. There is double glazing throughout and a garage parking space is sold with the apartment. A great opportunity you won’t want to miss out on.
Alcúdia is a península in the northeast of the island of Mallorca. It lies between two bays, the Bay of Alcúdia and the Bay of Pollença and covers an area of 60km2 with more than 30km of coastline and some of the longest beaches on Mallorca. Its ideal location on the Mediterranean has meant that this has been one of the main entry ports to Mallorca for centuries, with beautiful natural surroundings and a number of protected areas. Alcúdia has a wide variety of countryside. As well as several bays and beaches with crystal clear waters, Alcúdia offers a wide range of options for visitors: from those who seek rest and relaxation, thrill seekers, sports fanatics, to those who want to immerse themselves in history and culture, nature lovers, foodies, and those who are interested in local crafts and folklore.
The area of Alcúdia includes different centres of interest and population: the old town, the port, the beach, and other residential areas such as Alcanada, Sa Marina, Barcarès, Moré Vermell, Manresa, Mal Pas, Bon Aire…. Each one has its own special charm which makes it unique.
This little corner of the Mediterranean really is worth discovering: a place where nature gives us the opportunity to enjoy the good weather, where thousands of years of culture has left its mark, and where life is lived intensely.