Playa d'Albercuix - A variety of bathing options
The beach of Playa d'Albercuix can be found in Port de Pollença in the north of Majorca. The beach, which is more than a kilometre long, lies on a promenade that winds through the entire bay. It starts in the west at the marina and ends just before the quay wall of a military base. The promenade continually spills out into terraces and walkways that lead from the shore a few metres out into the sea. In between there are bars, restaurants and cafés with terraces that reach right to the water in places.
The largest areas of sand are in the western part - here the beach is up to 20 metres wide over a length of about 300 metres. In the eastern part, by contrast, the sand is gradually being washed away, so the beach is sometimes only a few metres wide here in places, and at some points the water even reaches right up to the promenade. While the western part has more tourist facilities, with a bustling beach atmosphere and some hotels and apartment complexes overlooking the sea, the eastern part is more of a retreat for those seeking tranquillity.
If you take a long walk along the promenade to explore the bay, you'll get plenty of opportunities for beautiful holiday photos. The palm-lined promenade with its entertaining architecture, the views of the verdant rocky hills in the background and the numerous boats anchored offshore invites you to mellow out for a while. Many find Playa d'Albercuix and its surroundings more reminiscent of Lake Garda than Majorca – a really nice variety awaits you here.