Holiday villas in Alcúdia, Mallorca
Looking for a wide array of villas to rent in Alcúdia, Mallorca? You’ll find Solmar’s selection of Alcúdia villas tick all the right boxes.
Luxurious accommodation, access to a host of sights, bars and restaurants? Our holiday villas in Alcúdia provide all this and so much more. Our Alcúdia holiday villas are a great starting point for those heading off to see the brilliant beaches and sensational sea views. Or, for those who prefer relaxing by the pool, all our Alcúdia villas come with pools and a host of other amenities.
For a holiday of a lifetime, book one of Solmar Villa’s luxurious holiday villas in Alcúdia, Mallorca today.
Alcúdia villas – your luxurious ticket to sun, sand and sea
Situated on the beautiful Mediterranean island of Majorca, the picturesque town of Alcúdia boasts an eclectic mix of history and culture alongside white sandy beaches and an animated nightlife. These factors combine to make a holiday villa in Alcúdia a firm favourite with tourists eager to experience some, if not all, holiday excitement on offer.
With spectacular views of both ocean and mountainous headlands, Alcúdia is a truly diverse resort. The Mediterranean climate, along with the vast 11 kilometres of white sands exhibiting many beach-side cafés and restaurants, makes a villa in Alcúdia a must for sun-worshippers.
Things to do while staying in an Alcúdia holiday villa
For those searching for a more active holiday, villas in Alcúdia are well served by a plethora of activities to keep you occupied – including scuba diving, beach volleyball, mini-golf, horse riding (one to two hour treks are usual) amongst a multitude of other sports. Ever wondered what it would feel like to fly? Then ‘Paragliding Mallorca’ has got something to offer you. Weather permitting, daily paragliding flights launch from Puig de St Martí (the big hill with the aerial masts, about four kilometres from Alcúdia Port).
Villas for rent in Alcúdia are a great option for keen golfers too. There is a wide selection of fantastic nine and 18-hole golf courses which are only a short drive from the resort centre. The closest being ‘Club de Golf Alcanada’ at just 4.5 kilometres from the centre, situated right next to the ocean and surrounded by pine, olive and oak trees (prices start from around €45).
Just a short drive from our luxury villas in Alcúdia is the ‘Hidropark Alcúdia’, a huge water park with many slides and pools. The park is open every day from the beginning of May until the end of October, making for a fantastic family day out. The price for adults and children over the age of 12 is around €18, for children aged three to 11, around €10, and for children under the age of 3, entrance to the park is free (‘SuperGolf’ and cloakroom carry extra charges).
Cultural experiences a plenty while staying at an Alcúdia villa
If you want a more cultural experience during your stay at a villa in Alcúdia, then you’ll be pleased to know that the town boasts a vast historical heritage, offering sightseers an historic mix of archaeological sites, traditional buildings, its own museum, and a local historic bullring which still stages fights today. The walled town also plays host to a bi-weekly market (Tuesday and Sunday) offering an abundance of regional goods and produce, from fruit and vegetables to antiques and handicrafts.
Situated towards the northern end of Alcúdia’s extensive beach is Puerto Alcúdia, Alcúdia’s main port and fishing village. Along with a vast promenade and marina where the sea front is lined with excellent restaurants boasting a menu of the local daily catch, this enchanting area also comprises more traditional Spanish-style shops and cafés, just a short stroll into the backstreets – so whether you’re into fine food or relaxing retail therapy, a private villa in Alcúdia makes a great base for a truly serene holiday.
Villas in Alcúdia will appeal to nature lovers, too. The town and its surrounding areas possess an abundance of nature and cycle trails from beachfront to mountainside, which are an excellent way to view the island. Bicycles are available to hire locally from around €8 to €20 per day.
Just a ten minute drive from the centre of Alcúdia is the ‘Parc Natural de S’Albufera’, a wildlife reserve housing thousands of wild plant and bird species, and the spectacular mountainous region in the west of the island towards the old town of Pollença is only a 15 minute drive away.
Alcúdia boasts an array of fantastic Mediterranean restaurants and upmarket establishments, offering an assortment of Tapas and other Spanish delicacies. However, for those who prefer their home comforts, a selection of British and other international restaurants can be found closer to the port area.
Alcúdia’s many local bars and cafes are open until late. They offer up a lively and enjoyable atmosphere yet avoid being too rowdy. ‘The Golden Mile’ just outside of the port is a must for those looking for lively entertainment. Packed to the rafters with bustling bars and restaurants of all themes and nationalities, this strip most definitely provides something to keep everyone entertained! Alternatively, for those willing to travel, the vibrant and cosmopolitan city of Palma, Mallorca’s capital, is around 50 kilometres away. You can choose to rent a car at the same time that you book your holiday villa in Alcúdia with us.
Those staying at a villa in Alcúdia with the family in tow needn’t worry about childcare. Thanks to the ‘Angels Nursing Agency’, a kind, trustworthy and professional team of qualified, nurses, midwives, carers and babysitters, you can enjoy yourselves whilst being confident that your little ones are in safe hands. For those who wish to appreciate the finer things in life, Alcúdia offers a spectacular array of restaurants which are well equipped to satisfy your fine dining experience. ‘Genestar’, situated in ‘Plaza de Porta de Mallorca’, (about a five minute taxi ride from Alcúdia Port) is a unique eatery with an innovative Modern European menu brimming with interesting and exciting dishes at a reasonable price. With the average price at around €20, this is a real must for foodies, and another great reason to choose a holiday villa in Alcúdia for your holiday!
Alternatively, to enjoy a more personal experience ‘Chef a Casa’ provide the ultimate in bespoke dining. Simply browse through and choose one of the tailor-made menus (or even propose your own!) then one of their qualified chefs, (complete with English speaking waiter) will come to your villa, cook for you using the best local produce possible – and they’ll even wash up! ‘Chef a Casa’ also offer an ‘arrival dinner’ option whereby if you and your family will be arriving at your villa in Alcúdia fairly late, the chef-prepared meals will be ready and waiting in the fridge for you to re-heat on arrival. Additionally, if you provide ‘Chef a Casa’ with a shopping list they will complete your shop and have it delivered prior to your arrival.
Three Kings Celebrations: ‘The three kings’ arrive at the port by boat to give presents to the children after which the ‘kings’ continue on to the local church to pay homage to baby Jesus. A procession then heads towards the town centre where the nativity scene is re-enacted.
Saint Antoni Abat: A two-night celebration of the patron saint of animals. Huge bonfires are lit on the first night, illuminating the entire town whilst music plays and locals cook food on the bonfires. On the second night the traditional blessing of the animals takes place at Sant Jaume (Saint James’ Church).
Carnival: In the last few days leading up to Lent, the streets of Alcúdia are awash with people, colour and – of course – food stalls! With parades, fancy dress costumes of all shapes and sizes, and prizes given for the best costumes of the week, this carnival is a must-see sight for those enjoying a villa holiday in Alcúdia at the time.
Semana Santa: Arguably one of the most important religious holidays in Spain, ‘Semana Santa’ (Easter) features massive processions and celebrations. Parades and floats align the streets for Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday, and work their way through the town and port area.
Sant Pere: A weeklong celebration of the patron saint of sailors with concerts and games. The official procession for the patron saint of sailors takes up just one day, beginning at a local church and descending to the port where a statue of Sant Pere is placed on a boat and sailed around the bay, with a plethora of decorated boats in toe. The entire procession culminates in a huge fireworks display, illuminating the entire bay.
Mare de Déu de la Victòria: A two-day celebration of one of the patron saints of Alcúdia, including dancing, concerts, mass and games.
Sant Jaume: Patron saint of Alicante. A week-long celebration dedicated to the patron saint James of Alicante. Overflowing with concerts, dancing and religious ceremonies.
Chinese lantern evening: A very vibrant and lively celebration with young children carrying Chinese lanterns and singing old songs through the streets.
La Fira: An annual trade fair displaying a wide variety of local products and produce. At the weekend the streets of Alicudia play host to a procession of figures from Mallorcan history
Christmas: Midnight mass on Christmas Eve, various nativity scenes (the best winning prizes) and magnificent New Years Eve celebrations.
Solmar Villas in Alcúdia
When you choose one of our luxury villa rentals, you can be assured that your holiday accommodation will be second to none.
Our private holiday villas in Alcúdia each comes with a pool and are personally and carefully selected by our staff. If a villa in Alcúdia doesn’t meet our standards, it doesn’t enter our portfolio. It’s that simple.
With so much to see and do, take a look at our full list of villas to rent in Alcúdia today, and book your dream villa holiday now.