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Puerto de Alcudia

Culture

Discover the fascinating history and rich cultural tradition of Alcudia by visiting the various monuments and museums left behind by inhabitants over the centuries. The archaeological site of Pollentia, a Roman settlement built over 2100 years ago, is a must-see.

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  • Where to Visit

    Roman City of Pollentia: ruins of the old capital of the Balearic Islands during the Roman Empire, including the smallest Roman amphitheatre of Spain.

     

    Medieval Wall of Alcudia: built in the 14th century and declared an Artistic Historical Site in 1974.

     

    Church and Museum of Sant Jaume: dedicated to Santiago Apostle, patron saint of Alcudia. The construction of the original temple started in 1302, though the present temple of gothic style is the result of numerous modifications and restorations throughout the centuries.

     

    Can Torró Library: one of the most important cultural sights in Alcudia, founded by the German Publisher Reinhard Mohn.

     

    Yannick & Ben Jakober Foundation (Sa BassaBlanca Museum): a space devoted to contemporary art that houses a permanent exhibition of portraits of children from various European countries painted between the 16th and 19th centuries.

  • Fun for all de Family

    Hydropark: a water park open from May to October.

     

    Karting Can Picafort: Go-kart track.


    Paintball Fantasy: for organising birthday parties and other celebrations.