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Stopped in expensive old town for food and had a great meal/ drink for only €9.50/person.
A small Beer or glass of Wine plus good selection of light meals.
Food was superb,in both taste and presentation..
We visited Alcudia old town on market day. Lovely sunny day. It was very interesting, massive amount of market stalls. Very busy. Easy to go off the beaten track some lovely quaint shops. Also we watched people outside the church obviously a celebration day! Nice...More
During our recent stay in Puerto Pollensa, we decided to visit Alcudia Old Town, as we had been before. The local bus stops right outside of the old town, and it is well worth a visit. The streets are full of places to eat along...More
A couple of Euro bus ride from Puerto Pollensa where we were staying, brings you to Alcudia Old Town.
The streets are largely pedestrianized, the buildings are delightful with the mottled tile roofs and green shutters.
The town is a little hilly so wear good...More
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Taxi’s are never expensive in Spain. From playa de Muro i expect a mac of €15,- for the ride. But you can also take the small touristic train, get out at number 6 and then do a 15 minute walk. The trainride cost €4 pet... More
Taxi’s are never expensive in Spain. From playa de Muro i expect a mac of €15,- for the ride. But you can also take the small touristic train, get out at number 6 and then do a 15 minute walk. The trainride cost €4 pet adult.
The market is on 2 days weekly. I thought Teusday and Thursday?