Nestled at the northernmost tip of the 8.5km Bay of Alcúdia, you'll find the charming Port d'Alcúdia. This port, steeped in history since Roman times, once served as a crucial gateway to Spain, France, and nearby islands. It was also a hub for distributing goods to inland towns, including the ancient Roman town of Alcúdia, situated just under 2km away. However, the tourism boom of the 1960s transformed this port into a hotspot for visitors, particularly the British, who now own a significant portion of the property in Port d’Alcúdia.

The once quaint fishing port has evolved into a bustling marina and pedestrian-friendly promenade, brimming with bars, restaurants, and shops. While summer sees a flurry of activity, winter ushers in a serene tranquility, making it an ideal retreat for both international and local residents. The s’Albufera Natural Park, with its stunning hiking and biking trails, and the prominent beach life make Port d’Alcúdia a paradise for families. With a top-notch international school nearby and an abundance of outdoor activities, it's a place where cherished family memories are made all year round.