Sites of Interest in Alcúdia

Fundación Yannick y Ben Jakober

The Yannick and Ben Jakober Foundation, located in Alcúdia, Mallorca, Spain, is a museum fully integrated into nature, fully protected and declared a biological reserve.

Hidropark

Water park for the whole family with slides, a wave pool and a shallow area for children.

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Muralla Medieval Alcúdia

One of the first visions that we have when we arrive in Alcúdia are its impressive walls. The construction of the same dates back to the year 1298, when King Jaime II decided that the Muslim farmhouse of Alcúdia would become a town and be the head of the parish term. This decision responded to purely defensive and strategic needs. The construction of the walls began then, with his reign and would end during the reign of Pedro III of Aragón (El Ceremonioso) in 1362.

Pollentia, Roman town

Alcúdia's past is marked by medieval and also Muslim times. Take advantage of your stay in this part of the island to visit Pollentia, the Roman city. It is the most important archaeological site on the entire island. The town was founded after the conquest of the island carried out by the consul Quinto Cecilio Metellus in 123aC.

Foundation Yannick y Ben Jakober

fundacion jakober

Direction:

Finca Sa Bassa Blanca, Apartado 10

07400 Alcúdia


 

Descripion

The Yannick and Ben Jakober Foundation, located in Alcúdia, Mallorca, Spain, is a fully integrated nature museum fully protected and declared a biological reserve.
 

Hidropark
hidropark

Direction:

Av. Tucà, s/n

07400

Port d'Alcúdia, Illes Balears

Description

Water park for the whole family with slides, a wave pool and a shallow area for children.

 

Wall Medieval Alcúdia
muralla

Direction:

Camí de Ronda, 35

07400 Alcúdia

Illes Balears

Description

One of the first visions we have upon arriving in Alcúdia is its impressive walls. The construction of the same goes back to the year 1298, when the King Jaime II decided that the Muslim farmhouse of Alcúdia was constituted in town and was the head of the parochial term. This decision responded to purely defensive and strategic needs. The construction of the walls began with their reign and ended during the reign of Pedro III of Aragon (El Ceremonioso) in 1362.

 

Pollentia, roman town
pollentia

Direction:

Avda. Princeps d'Espanya, s/n

07400 Alcúdia

Illes Balears

Descripción

Alcúdia's past is marked by medieval and also Muslim times. Take advantage of your stay in this part of the island to visit Pollentia, the Roman city. It is the most important archaeological site on the entire island.
The town was founded after the conquest of the island carried out by the consul Quinto Cecilio Metellus in 123aC.

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Inca

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Sa Pobla

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Santa Margalida

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Maria de la Salut

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Sineu

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