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About Alcudia Ferry

The port and holiday resort of Alcudia, lies on the north east coast of Majorca at the western end of the magnificent Bay of Alcudia. Generally, transfer time for the 52km journey from the island's main airport in Palma is around 1 and 1/2 hours. Palma is also the hub of the extensive transport system that covers Majorca, with bus services linking all main settlements, and train lines to Inca and the scenic tourist train to S´┐Żller. The best way to get around is by car and there are several rental agencies in Palma, but in high season reservations need to be made in advance. Everything on the island is within three hours drive from the capital.

Alcudia is a small town of 5,400 on the island of Majorca. The ancient town of Alcudia, not to be confused with the modern resort two miles (3km) to its south, has a fascinating and turbulent history. The Phoenicians and Greeks settled here and the Romans made it their capital in the 2nd century BC. Destroyed by the Vandals in the 6th century it was rebuilt again by the Moors before being liberated by King Jaime I of Spain in the early 1200s. The Spanish sensibly fortified the city; its massive city walls date from this era. Today visitors still enter the narrow streets of the old town through one of the two gates, which are guarded by large towers. Near the town, at Polentia, is a well preserved Roman amphitheatre and the Orator de Santa Anna, one of Majorca's oldest churches.

Getting to Alcudia Ferry Port by car
Upon entering Alcudia, follow signs to the C-713 heading towards Alcanada. Depending on where travelling from, the C-713 may be found to split, with the C-713 continuing one way and the PM-60 going the other. Continue along the C-713 where approximately 3.5 miles (5.5 kilometres), you will come to a roundabout. Continue along the C-713, which will then become the C-712 approximately 1 mile (1.5 )kilometres after the roundabout. Continue along this road until you reach a roundabount where it will be sign-posted to the port.

Getting to Alcudia Ferry Port by Bus
There are daily bus links between all villages and tourist resorts and the Playa d'Espanya in Palma. From Palma there is an extensive network of urban buses which connect the city centre with the airport, Palma Beach-S'Arenal, the university and all areas of the city.

Alternative Ferry Routes from Mallorca
Palma - Denia
Palma - Ibiza

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