Step inside Alcúdia’s medieval walls and you’ll find a vibrant place to live with its huge cycling scene and buzzing restaurant life.
Author: Peter Markham
Unlike its closest seaside neighbours, Puerto Pollensa and Cala San Vicente, living in Pollensa is quieter offering families a slice of Mediterranean luxury.
Living in Alcúdia is nowhere near as busy as being in the city but nor is it as quiet as life on a finca in the countryside. That’s an attractive balance.
Apart from its beauty, what puts property in Alcúdia ahead of the pack is its strategic position. Here you’ll find breathtaking views, calm warm waters and countryside to die for.
Peter Markham, a former editor at the BBC, shares the highs and lows which come with modernising a house in a medieval Mallorcan town.