Investor Profile:Retirement, Worker, Holiday, Business


Climate:Hours of Sunshine Per Day in SummerDays of Rain Per YearAverage Spring Air Temp.Average Summer Air Temp.Average Autumn Air Temp.Average Winter Air Temp.Average

Water Temp.

Proximity to:AirportBeachNearest City
33.75 miles (Palma)0.25 miles33 miles (Palma)
Educational facilities:No. of UniversitiesNo. of International SchoolsNo. of Private Schools
Health services:No. of Public HospitalsNo. of Private HospitalsNo. of Private Clinics
Shopping:No. of Shopping CentresNo. of Markets
Restaurants and bars:Fast food and British food is predominantly available in Port d’Alcudia. However a good selection of fish restaurants can be found around the harbour.
Sports and leisure facilities:Watersports. Tennis courts. Squash clubs. Hidropark water-park. National park of S’Abufera inland from Port d’Alcudia.
Transport:Public TransportRoads
Regular bus services along the beach and to Puerto de Pollensa and Ca'n Picafort.C-713 from Palma. Also main road links from Arta and Manacor.
Crime rate:High
Main types of employmentService sector.
Future plans:Restricted.
Yield range6.1% - 6.8%
Type of propertyEntry PriceRent-

School Holiday Peak




Off Peak

Average Annual Yield
2 bed apartment2185506104882936.4%
3 bed apartment2622607325863516.4%
3 bed townhouse3278259767814686.8%
Demand for lettingSchool Holiday PeakPeakOff peak
Finance and leisure scores:Total (out of 10)Financial (out of 5)Leisure (out of 5)
Flights scheduled from:Gatwick, Luton, Stansted, Norwich, Southampton, Bournemouth, Exeter, Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham, East Midlands, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds/Bradford, Humberside, Teesside, Newcastle, Glasgow, Glasgow Prestwick, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
Typical cost of flights:School Holiday PeakPeakOff Peak
Operators:Air Europa, BMI, Iberia, BA, Air-Berlin, Easyjet, My Travel, Futura, Thomas Cook, Excel Airways, Britannia Airways, Monarch, Air Europa, Air2000, Flyjet
Description:Alcudia is a resort located on the north east coast, situated in a bay called Port d’Alcudia. The coastline within the bay is built up with many hotels and apartment blocks, forming a resort popular with the British.  There are 7 miles of beaches in the resort - the longest stretch on the island. Alcudia also has an historic walled old town with Roman remains.

Like the rest of Majorca, property in the area is relatively expensive but you do get a good rent for the peak periods.  Majorca is here to stay so acquiring a property here, in the long term, is of relatively low risk.  You can easily get flights to this area so it will always appeal to the package holidaymaker.

The season is longer than most but not all year round.  There are many villas for sale and a lot can be had for your money.  The re-sale market is quite developed and there are bargains popping up every now and again.  I would suggest buying at least half a mile inland or more from the coast as you get better value for money compared to the sea front properties.

Hot Website:
Estate Agents:NameAddressTelWeb
 The Prestige Property GroupNo Address01935 817188
Fax. 01935 817199


 Escape 2 BalearicsHamilton House, 205 Bury New Road, Whitefield, M45 7EJ.0161 280 7375 (fax: 0161 959 5680)


 Interealty BalearicsPlaza Santa Ponsa, 4
Local 1 en E-07180,
Santa Ponsa,
Tel: 0034 971 699 545
0034 971 699 556
 Roberto Jaime GourlayApartado 1423,
Palma De Mallorca
tel: 0034 971681873
fax: 0034 971680320
website: http://www.mallorca-real-estate email:
Letting Agents: NameAddress TelWeb
 Interealty BalearicsPlaza Santa Ponsa, 4
Local 1 en E-07180,
Santa Ponsa,
Tel: 0034 971 699 545
0034 971 699 556
tel: 0034 971676787
fax: 0034 971676567
website: http://www.europa-inmobiliaria. email: europa@europa-inmobiliaria.comcom
 ARKO INMOBILIARIOAvda. Son Rapinya, nº 8 1º C
Palma de Mallorca
tel: 0034 619226688 /971453689
fax: 0034 971457900