Alcudia beaches

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Port d´Alcúdia beach is about 2000 m. long and 50 m. wide, with a white pleasant sand. Hotels and other buildings around are not too high. Moreover, there are many pine trees and some palm trees by the end of the beach. All these keep the touristic centre out of sight, making it much popular and lively in summer.
Services; Restaurants, lifeguards, open air bars, sports facilities, sun beds, umbrellas and pedal boats for hire.

Cala Poncet is a narrow, sandy beach with a few rocks which is 80 m long; it is surrounded by hotels and a residential area. It´s located in the residential area of Alcanada, after the commercial dock and before the Alcanada beach.
Services: restaurants.

Alcanada beach is covered by small pebbles, with fine sand on the seabed; it is 200 m long and 15 m wide and is surrounded by pine trees in a natural environment by the Alcanada residential area. Next to the beach is Alcanada Island, which has a lighthouse on it; it is only 140 m away from the coast and can be reached by swimming or even walking, as the water here is only 1.5 m deep. To get here you have to follow Avinguda Reina Sofia in Port d´Alcúdia, which will lead you to road of Camí des Far d´Alcanada. Follow this road to the end, passing the residential areas of Torre Major and Alcanada, and you will come to an ample parking area next to the beach. At the end of the beach, opposite the little island, there is another large parking area.

Es Faralló beach is a small unspoilt cove which is 70 m long and 5 m wide; it is surrounded by a pine grove and thick vegetation, with large pebbles and rocks on the seabed, making it a perfect place for snorkelling. To get here you have to walk 500 m north along the coast from the beach of Alcanada on a track between pine trees.

Coll Baix beach is a beautiful and isolated unspoilt beach located in a natural setting. It´s 250 m long and 75 m wide, has a mixture of sand and shingle, and is surrounded by high mountain walls. To get here, start out from Alcudia and head towards Cap des Pinar. At a kind of roundabout, before getting to the Bonaire Port, you have to take the Camí de Sa Muntanya. After about 1 km the road becomes an untarmacked track, at which point there is a hut with tables, chairs and drinking water. Going on from the hut, the path towards the beach becomes more difficult, as you have to walk downhill for 5 minutes to get to the beach.

S´Illot is an unspoilt beach which is 130 m long and 10 m wide, with little pebbles and a picnic area under pine trees. To get here you have to take the road towards Cap des Pinar, driving through the Bonaire residential area, and before getting to La Victoria Sanctuary you will see the beach, which is easy to recognise because there is a little island just off it.
Services: a small restaurant open from March to October and a picnic area.

Sant Pere beach is 110 m long and 150 m wide, with fine white sand. It is located below the residential area of Mal Pas, and is very close to the Bonaire Port. To get here from Alcudia, at the end of the Avinguda dels Princeps d´Espanya there is a branch road heading towards Mal Pas, and 2.5 km along this there is a roundabout, from where Mal Pas is signposted.
Services: an open-air bar that serves some dishes; sun loungers and parasols for hire.

Sant Joan beach, which is 100 m long and 25 m wide, has white fine sands, behind which is a talus covered by vegetation. It is frequented by residents from the Mal Pas and Bonaire residential areas. To get here from Alcudia, at the end of the Avinguda dels Princeps d´Espanya there is a branch road heading towards Mal Pas, and 2.5 km along this there is a roundabout, where you have to take the turning on the left. A little bit further on there is a parking area, with some steps that lead to the beach.
Services: an open-air bar; sun loungers and parasols for hire.

Es Morer Vermell is a quiet beach which is 210 m long and 10 m wide; it is located in the residential area of the same name in Alcudia and has a rocky seabed. There are some buildings around the beach, but the right-hand end, where there is a pine grove, remains unspoilt.

Can Cap de Bou Beach is narrow and 600 m long; it has very shallow waters and is frequented by windsurfers, especially when the north wind blows in. The road from Alcudia heading towards Port de Pollença will take you to this beach, which is in a fairly unspoilt area and which doesn´t get crowded.
Services: sun loungers and parasols for hire.

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