Whether you have children on holiday in Alcudia or are looking for some additional things to see and do here is a list of some of the top tourist attractions that the island has to offer. (please refer to individual websites for opening hours and entry fees.)
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Attractions in Palma
Es Baluard - this contemporary art gallery is located in the old defence bastion on Palma’s renaissance walls offering excellent views of the bay as well. www.esbaluard.org.
Can Balaguer - this stately home (also known as Cal Marques del Rehuer) has been restored to its original 18th century glory) where it is now run by Palma council and houses a selection of temporary exhibitions.
Can Marques – this fasinating medieval stately home profides an ideal of what life was like for Palma’s high bougeoisie 100 years ago.
Casa-Museu J. Torrents Llado - Stately home which was bought by the painted in 1973 and now houses his museum. www.jtorrentsllado.com
Cathedral “La Seu” - 14th – 16th century Gothic cathedral with later additional of different styles. A must see when visiting Palma. www.catedraldemallorca.org.
Aqualand de Arenal - waterpark with more than 20 water attractions. www.aqualand.es/elarenal/mallorca
Ciutat romana de Pol-lentia – remains of the ancient Pollentia which was founded in 70 BC at the location of the present dat Alcudia. www.pollentia.net
Hidropark - water park with several attractions, swimming pools, flumes etc. www.hidropark.com
Can Gordiola – a glass factory founded in 1719 which demonstrates handcrafted glassblowing techniques. Pieces from all over the world are not exhibited here. www.gordiola.com
Centre Cultural Andratx – contemporary art centre which opened in 2001. www. ccandratx.com
Golf Fantasia – Three 18 hole golf courses (Palma Nova) where you can play between waterfalls, lakes and caves. www.golf-fantasia.com
Jungle Parc – family fun in a tree adventur park www.jungleparc.es