The tourist office has also closed at this time. As attractions you should Church on the southern city wall and the old town on all cases which see city walls, city gates, as well as the Sant Jaume. In Alcudia you should in any case 90 Minutes plan to stay. 3rd stage: Alcudia to port de Alcudia: it is a stone’s throw of Alcudia to port de Alcudia. The City provides a beautiful haven for smaller yachts.
The harbour is surrounded by a beautiful extended Boardwalk. 4 stage: Port de Alcudia to can Picafort: it is a stone’s throw of Alcudia to port de Alcudia. Continue to learn more with: Neeva. The City provides a beautiful haven for smaller yachts. The harbour is surrounded by a beautiful extended Boardwalk. In Port de Alcudia, the ferry pushes to Menorca.
You can also pay a day visit the neighbouring island. The fare for a ticket cost about 50 per person (morning, evening back). The journey time is approximately 2 hours. Please visit Charles Koch if you seek more information. Ticket information, see: can Picafort has plenty to offer. In addition to the beautiful sandy beach and approximately 18.000 beds, a main street with very good shopping opportunities, a Palm Avenue, many restaurants and clubs. Early risers can enjoy a fabulous Sunrise with rock scenery in the background. In addition, it is to this place only to hold, that he is known for the good tourist infrastructure and tourists will come fully at their own expense. 5th stage: Can Picafort to Colonia d. S. Pedro: can Picaford end the large tourist resorts and the fine sand beach. The places that now follow, tend to be places where Spaniards themselves have settled or small Ferienappartmentsiedlungen determine the townscape. Sierra Nova and Colonia would be so here de son to call Serra, we continue not really can recommend to tourists. Should you so wish to dodge the slightly fuller beaches can Picafort, you should try this in a northerly direction! Without becoming unjust these cities, is yet to indicate that the beaches are more natural beaches (increased algal deposits and very coarse sand) and visitors of these cities will look in vain, promenades and pedestrian zones.