Area: Baleari
Place: Majorca

Port of Alcúdia (Majorca) Ferries

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The Port of Port of Alcúdia (Majorca)

Located in the north-eastern part of Mallorca, Alcúdia is the second port of the islandIt is characterized by the presence of a quay from which ships depart for Spain (Barcelona) and France (Toulon). 

The Corsica Ferries-Sardinia Ferries company operates at this port.

Airport connections - Port of Port of Alcúdia (Majorca)

The airport that serves the island of Majorca (and consequently also Alcúdia) is that of Palma de Mallorca-Son Sant JoanThe distance between the airport and the port is just over 60 kmthe journey takes about 45 minutesAt the airport of Palma de Mallorca you can rent a car or take a bus to the port of Alcúdia. For more information, consult the airport website.

Services available on the Port of Port of Alcúdia (Majorca)

  • Maritime station
  • Ticket offices
  • Bars, restaurants
  • Hotel, B&B
  • Car, scooter and boat rental

Ticket offices on the Port of Port of Alcúdia (Majorca)

Corsica Ferries-Sardinia Ferries, Stazione Marittima, s / n, 07400 Alcúdia

What to see near the port of Port of Alcúdia (Majorca)

One of the first things you will notice while walking along the streets of the historic center of Alcúdia are the massive walls that surround the city, inside which open the San Sebastian gate and the Moll gate

One of the most important monuments of the town is certainly the church of San Giacomo: rebuilt at the end of the nineteenth century in neo - Gothic style, inside the image of the Sant Crist of the fifteenth century is kept. 

Among the civil architectures, however, it is impossible not to mention the building of the Ayuntamiento de Alcudia : seat of the town hall, it is characterized by the presence of the clock tower.

Furthermore, just outside the city walls, you can admire the ruins of Pollentia, a city founded by the Romans around 70 BC. The remains of three atrium domus, the Forum and the Theater are still visible in the archaeological site.