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All reviews narrow streets market days worth a visit bull ring walled city great market roman ruins on tuesdays leather goods shops and restaurants lovely town castle walls sunday market lovely place to visit walk around tapas watch the world
The Old Town of Alcudia has narrow, winding streets with old, often beautiful, houses. We visited during low season, so most shops and restaurants were closed, but one can imagine a teeming street life during high season.
Cafes, history, park, eateries, locals, tourists, independent shops, Roman ruins, a bit of everything let's what old town alcudia has to offer, market days are twice per week I think Tuesdays and Saturdays these days can get extremely busy which is fine as long as...More
A lovely old town so much history and beautiful shops and cafés
We visited the Romans ruins beautiful and plenty of information to keep you there hours if you chose to.
We visited twice in our week away the old town definitely worth it.
We booked a 4 nights stay at a Hotel inside the Old Alcudia city early november....
The old city is charming and it is intersting to discover its history....
Very nice retaurants offer : we walked every evening to a different one and there is...More
With its origins in Roman times it is inevitable that there will have been restoration works carried out here. It is 7 years since I was last in Alcudia and in the interim there have been lots of road alterations so the approach is more...More
The complete opposite of modern Alcudia, the Old Town is a warren of narrow streets dating back to the 16th and 17th century. The re-purposed houses now contain shops and restaurants. The high walls provide fantastic views (mind your step and your kids) and nearby...More
I loved Alcudia old town 30 years ago, and i love it today. much work has gone into renovating, and maybe they even overdid it- all pavements are new, and the facades very slick. i missed some of the very old stone slab pavements. But...More
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Taxi’s are never expensive in Spain. From playa de Muro i expect a mac of €15,- for the ride. But you can also take the small touristic train, get out at number 6 and then do a 15 minute walk. The trainride cost €4 pet... More
Taxi’s are never expensive in Spain. From playa de Muro i expect a mac of €15,- for the ride. But you can also take the small touristic train, get out at number 6 and then do a 15 minute walk. The trainride cost €4 pet adult.
The market is on 2 days weekly. I thought Teusday and Thursday?