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Villas in Aucanada Resort

Situated on the peninsula with excellent sea views between the resorts of Alcudia and Puerto Pollensa, Aucanada is considerably smaller than its two neighbours making it ideal for a quiet break. Alcudia, with its many shops and restaurants, is just a 10 minutes’ drive away through, giving you the best of both worlds. Choose between sandy coves in Aucanada and the five mile long white sandy beach at Alcudia that stretches all the way to C’an Picafort. The Aucanada Golf Course has a wonderful setting and fantastic sea views, making this an ideal place to stay for golfers.

Exploring Aucanada On Villa Holidays

Local Markets and Shopping

A couple of small shops with daily essentials for your villa holiday can be found in the centre of Aucanada. You'll need to drive 10 minutes into Alcudia for a bigger choice of shops and supermarkets. Alcudia Old Town holds a lively market every Tuesday and Sunday morning, and a popular nightly craft market can be found at the marina from May to September.

Bars and restaurants

Aucanada has a few good restaurants within walking distance of our villas. The nearby golf course restaurant is also open to the public. Alcudia has a much larger choice of places to eat and drink from Majorcan restaurants in the Old Town to fine dining bistros by the marina. For a lively night out, there is a central strip of bars and nightclubs that keep going long into the night.


The rugged seafront leads on to areas covered in seagrass dotted with trees for shade and picnic tables. Although there is no beach, these flat areas lead onto a sandy seabed and clear waters, ideal for snorkelling, cooling off in the sun or just relaxing. Drive 5 minutes along the coast for a day at the beach in Alcudia. It’s famous for its white sand and watersports. Stretching five miles around the Bay of Alcudia, there is plenty of room for family games, sunbathing and shallow water which is perfect for swimming with younger children.

Family Fun

About a 15 minute drive away on the outskirts of Alcudia, you'll find the popular Alcudia Hidropark which has many slides, rides and pools for the whole family. There are also go-karting facilities, horse riding in Alcudia and you can book glass bottom boat rides from the harbour.

Places of Interest

No trip to the north of Majorca would be complete without visiting Alcudia Old Town. The town is surrounded by a high medieval wall while its paved streets are lined with Spanish restaurants and tapas bars. Drive 15 minutes inland to visit Pollensa Old Town, which also has an authentic feel and a choice of good restaurants and boutiques. Climb to the top of the Calvary Steps for a fantastic view of the Mediterranean Sea and Tramuntana Mountains.

The Albufera Nature Reserve, found 4 miles south of Alcudia, is fantastic for bird watchers. It’s a vital nesting site for birdlife with a diverse landscape of sand dunes, lagoons, forests and wetlands, and trails. Over 400 different species of plants and 230 species of birds have been counted here.

Aucanada has a golf course, considered one of the best in Europe with sweeping views of the stunning Alcudia Bay.