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Alcudia Old Town, Alcudia

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Surrounded by a medieval wall, Alcudia Old Town contains numerous well-preserved houses dating all the way back to the 13th century. Famous for its cozy alfresco restaurants, this old quarter is best explored on foot because of its narrow streets and limited parking. Pedestrianized and always packed by tourists, the neighborhood is home to a twice-weekly market and myriad tiny bistros known for serving a wide range of tempting local delicacies. Visit the remains of a Roman town just outside the old wall, and be sure to stop by the Church of Saint Jaume, a minor Gothic masterpiece. Plan your Alcudia Old Town visit and explore what else you can see and do in Alcudia using our Alcudia trip planning site.
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  • And interesting Lovely old town Nice shops Lots to see Places to eat Easy to get around Churches and streets to explore  more »
  • The town looks impressive from outside the walls, although I understand that they are a reconstruction. For me the town and its maze of narrow streets is best viewed from one of the sections where...  more »
  • A must visit to appreciate and experience the true Majorca. This town, the old capital of Majorca , is packed with cafes and restaurants all placed in an area of stunning architecture around cobbled.....  more »

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