Thinking of travelling from Cala Bona to Alcudia?

Cala Bona is roughly 40-50 minutes away from Alcudia. In distance, it is 47km that’s 29 miles if you are travelling by car, motorbike or bike.

Alcudia is a very popular tourist destination

Whilst staying in Cala Bona there are other popular tourist destinations that can be easily reached if you are eager to hit the road. Alcudia is a wonderful example of a busier side to Majorca.

The distance from Cala Bona, on the southeast of Mallorca, to Alcudia which is located in the north, is  47km or 29 miles by road. This journey would be via Ma-12 rather than the Ma-13.

How long will it take me to get from Cala Bona to Alcudia?

A typical road trip by car or taxi into Alcudia from Cala Bona should take 40-50 minutes.

How much will it cost in a taxi from Cala Bona to Alcudia?

The average taxi fare from Cala Bona Into the heart of Alcudia can cost up to 70€.

How much will it cost on a bus from Cala Bona to Alcudia?

Bus prices into Alcudia can vary from 12€ up to 20€. The cheaper fare would see you taking longer to reach Alcudia with having several transfers before you get there.

What can I do while in Alcudia?

It is the main tourist centre in the North of Majorca and it is a large resort popular with families. There are so many options here and depending on what day you travel can open up different sights to take in too. On a Sunday some shops may be closed and it’s not the best day to go to the beach either, as in the summer it’s the day that the locals all head to the beach and set up for the day with their families.

Plenty to do in Alcudia

There are of course many beautiful stretches of sand along the 14 km long beach which head all the way to Can Picafort. There are fine-sand beaches, pebble beaches, long stretches of sand and little coves to enjoy. Of particular note to visit is Playa de Alcudia with its fine white sand and many facilities and water sports on offer. Playa de S’Illot is a small cove with a pebble beach, sheltered from the northern wind. This beach is the perfect spot for snorkelling, scuba diving and canoeing. There’s also a picnic area with chairs and tables provided. Aucanada & Coll Baix beach are also great examples. The latter is a tad tricky to access but well worth the trek. Sunbathing might seem like a waste to some but it can be perfect to just soak up a few rays with a light lunch and then head on to see what else is on offer.

Plenty of History throughout Alcudia

In Alcúdia the old town is well preserved with houses dating back to the 13th century. The old town is surrounded by medieval walls that you can walk atop. This is free and you get fantastic views overlooking the old town of Alcudia and the Bay of Pollensa and there are several historical features located throughout including a bull ring and roman ruins. One of the oldest markets in Majorca takes place on Sundays and Tuesdays in the old town and will provide you with a taste of Mallorcan produce from fruit, veg, clothing, wine, etc, and is great for picking up some Hierbas, also known as herbes. This is a local liqueur produced using fennel and other herbs and spices.  The drink is a very good digestive, but it can be quite strong.  Hierbas has a flavour similar to Pernod or Ouzo with that distinct aniseed taste.

Have fun at the local Water Park

If you and the family are looking to cool off away from the beaches then a great idea is to visit the Hidropark.

This large family-friendly waterpark can be found close to the city centre and has loads of attractions to keep everyone entertained for hours. You can blast down the slides or have fun on racing your friends down the racing pistes, there’s plenty here for you. You can also chill out and watch the kids splashing around in the children’s area, or take a dip in the wave pool area. And if you just fancy relaxing while the rest of your family plays on the slides, there are loads of shaded areas and sun loungers to help you avoid the sun for a while. Prices are around 24€ adults and 17€ for children and 60+ retirees.

Plenty of Lively Bars & Restaurants

When you feel like a small refreshment you could always visit the famous Linekers pub owned by Wayne, brother of ex-footballer Gary Lineker. Part of an international chain, the place combines a lively music bar with a dedicated sports pub –  big-screen TVs are dotted around the place. These are also in the toilets so you are sure not to miss any of the action. Between watching big sporting events and dancing, you can sit out on the sun terrace with a cold beer or cocktail. There are loads of shops in the Carrer Major. Eat tapas at one of the many tapas bars and restaurants when the time comes for you to sample some snacks.

Are you a Nature lover?

For the nature lovers amongst you, a great place to visit is S’Ablufera Natural Park. It is located a mere 5km south of Port D’Alcudia , just north of Can Picafort so make a great stop-off point either before or after visiting Alcudia. It is a very popular spot for bird watchers hoping to catch sight of Montagu’s harriers and Eleanora’s falcons during migration. Birds that breed here include stonechats, moustached warblers, and the long-eared owl. It is a favoured fishing spot for Ospreys and peregrines and hoopoes live there all year round.