Due to its closer location to Italy, the north of the island was the first point of entry of the Romans, and where the island’s Roman capital was established: . Even today there are traces of the of this capital. Likewise, the town of Alcudia still conserves its medieval walls, and a market is held each week in its streets. In the town of ancient traditions are preserved and it is one of the most charming and characterful towns in all of Mallorca.
The north of Mallorca has the longest stretches of fine sand beaches in the Balearic Islands (beaches of , Alcudia, , Playa de Muro, Son Serra de Marina), as well as emblematic areas such as the beaches of , Bonaire and .
In this area, the most modern tourist developments on the Balearic Islands coexist with spots that are highly valued by both residents and visitors from all over Europe. There is a wide range of commercial and leisure activities, as well as an interesting cultural scene, such as the Yannick and Ben Foundation, which is a true treasure. It also has important natural spaces, such as de Alcudia, a Natural Park that is particularly valued by bird lovers. Golf courses and sailing clubs round off the offer in this area, which is very well connected to Palma and to the airport thanks to the motorway that crosses the island.
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