The town is popular with families because of all the facilities that the resort has developed. If lounging by the pool or on the beach isn’t for you, then fear not, there’s plenty of activities on offer throughout the resort too.
From the port, there are a variety of boat trips on offer including dolphin watching tours, glass bottom boats and sunset excursions. Alcudia Sea Trips offer dolphin watching tours, cave trips and a boat tour of Formentor. To the north of Port d’Alcudia is where you will find the commercial port. From here, passenger ferries leave for the Menorcan city of Ciutadella each day.
Mallorca's northern coast is one of the best spots for fishing in the island. There are a few companies that can take you fishing and they provide all the gear, snacks, drinks and anything else you might need for a fun day at sea. Mallorca Fishing offer family-friendly fishing trips, coastal fishing trips and deep sea fishing for those who want to step up their game.
Charter your own private yacht from Port d’Alcudia harbour to experience a more exclusive sailing experience around the Mallorcan coastline. Whether you want to charter a motor or sailing yacht for a day, week or longer, you will be sure to find something here. Fishing trips can also be arranged in this area with Fishing in Mallorca.
Port d’Alcudia is a bit of a haven for cyclists as it provides an ideal location to tackle some of Mallorca’s most famous and gruelling cycling routes in the Serra de Tramuntana, as well as providing more leisurely options around the flat plains. There are plenty of places to rent a bike in this area, including Wheels Sport.
Alcanada Golf Course is an 18-hole golf course claimed to be one of the best in Mallorca. Designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones, it is recognised by a number of well-known golf magazines and golf guides as one of the finest in Spain and Europe.
Kartingmania is a huge attraction for both adults and children and can be found within Hotel Bellevue. The track, designed by an ex F1 driver, is one of the best in Spain and its British Biz Karts, with unrestricted engines, are a big draw alongside the good range of Kids Karts. It is open daily from 09:30 in the morning until midnight.
There is a tourist train known by many as the ‘Ting Ting Train’ which makes a tour of different parts of the Puerto Alcúdia, stopping off at various places it is a good way to travel around the resort.
Hidropark is Alcudia’s waterpark and can be found to the back of the resort. It has everything you could want offering many slides, a wave pool, and a shallow play area for the little ones. There’s also a mini-golf course here if you need a break from the water boasting an impressive 54 holes across various courses.
Watersports are the most popular activity in Port d'Alcudia. The widely popular pedaloes can be found along the coastline and can be hired by the hour. For the thrill seekers, banana boats, parasailing and water skiing are also available to book on the beach.
If you want to take things to the next level, then kayaking, canoeing and SUP paddle boarding are also available with various companies. The north of the island is the windiest, making windsurfing and kite surfing particularly prevalent in this area. Whether you want to hire the equipment or commit to a course, the facilities are available with various companies including Wind Pirates, Wind & Friends Watersports, Mallorca Kiteboarding & SUP and Kite Surf Mallorca in Playa de Muro. If sailing is your thing, then sailing courses are available for both adults and children from beginner to intermediate level.
Being a family-friendly resort, there are plenty of playgrounds to be found around Port d’Alcudia.
S'Albufera Natural Park
If you want to explore some of the island’s natural beauty, then a visit to the Nature Reserve of S'Albufera is an absolute must. It is the largest wetland area in Mallorca, stretching across 1708 hectares and renowned for birdwatching. Entrance to the park is free.