Named after a Moorish farmstead that once inhabited the area, Alcanada is now a seafront settlement located just around the bay from Port d’Alcúdia. Unlike the popular resort town, it’s a serene and exclusive enclave populated largely by what appear to be traditional fisherman’s houses. They’re actually part of a purpose-built summer village designed in the 1930s by renowned Menorcan architect Nicolás María Rubió Tudurí to emulate a traditional fishing settlement.
This certainly doesn’t make this first-line townhouse any less attractive, with its quaint rustic interiors characterised by terracotta tiling, exposed beams and original window fittings. Its cosy, unpolished quality gives it a genuinely homely charm and romantic appeal. Views over Alcúdia’s scenic bay include vistas from a beautifully tranquil terrace just steps from shore.
Its location also means easy access to Alcanada golf course, one of Europe’s top seafront courses, plus there’s the bonus of a holiday rental license already in place. All in all, it’s a rare opportunity to snap up something rather special in a rather unique corner of the island.