Es Barcarés outlines a bow-shaped inlet in front of a small islet. It's also an example of those timeless nooks, where everything remains unspoilt. This charming inlet contains a few mixed types of beaches. You'll find the solitude in these 100 meters of amazing beaches. Many bathers go for a swim…
Restaurant Red Rum is een all time favorite vanwege het prima eten maar ook vanwege het schitterende uitzicht
Es una zona muy tranquila a tan solo 10 minutos andando desde Alcudia. Allí encontrará calas de roca y arena.
“This is a traditional restaurant with the best Paella, home-made croquetas and fresh salads. It's been run by the same family for years and you can enjoy a wonderful sea view while you savour your food.”
“Alcúdia's market is one of the most important on the island due to its atmosphere and the wide variety of products; fruits, vegetables, shoes, clothes, souvenirs, leather, hippy products, hair plaits, African items, Mallorcan doughnuts, jewellery, bed linen, small animals, and a lot more. The market spreads out through the old town, inside the walls and near the Roman city of Pollentia. Alcúdia's market takes place every Tuesday and Sunday from 8'30 am to 1'30 pm. There's a bus line linking Port d'Alcúdia with Alcúdia centre every 15 minutes. There are also taxi and horse and carriage services. Car parking is easy.”