12 houses in Alcudia for sale

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Alcudia, Luxurious villa on the highest point of the popular residential area and golf course of Alcanada

596 m²

869 m²

5

€ 3,800,000.-

house in Alcudia with Holiday license

Alcudia, Large, luxurious country house in Sa Fe, Alcudia

945 m²

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7

€ 3,600,000.-

house in Alcudia with Holiday license

Alcudia, Enchanting, country-house style villa with pool in Alcudia

126 m²

6.679 m²

3

€ 1,200,000.-

house in Alcudia

Alcudia, Large, light-flooded villa with pool in a quiet location only 200 metres from the bay of Pollensa

452 m²

593 m²

5

€ 975,000.-

house in Alcudia new

Alcudia, Charming villa with garden and pool quietly located in Bonaire

186 m²

760 m²

4

€ 840,000.-

house in Alcudia

Alcudia, Pretty and completely renovated townhouse in the centre of Alcudia oldtown

246 m²

98 m²

4

€ 625,000.-

house in Alcudia with Holiday license

Alcudia, Comfortable chalet in a quiet location in Port Alcudia with touristic rental licence and pool

100 m²

551 m²

3

€ 595,000.-

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Information about Alcudia and surrounding area from Porta Mondial:

Alcudia, which in the Middle Ages was actually the original capital of Mallorca, offers one of the longest beach promenades of the island and has a correspondingly perfectly developed infrastructure, as well as some very interesting sub-areas that you should definitely be visited. Surrounded by an impressive city wall, the old town of Alcudia offers a strikingly clean and orderly appearance throughout and exudes a unique charm, especially at early evening. Many bars and restaurants of all type are spread over the town, and there is something for every taste. Also not to be missed is the extensive market on Tuesdays and Sundays. Alcudia, which is geographically situated on a peninsula but also offers two very interesting residential areas; Bonaire in the north and Aucanada in the south.