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Hotel Alcudia Restaurant
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Hotel Alcudia Restaurant.

The 3 star Hotel Alcudia is situated around 150 metres from the beach, in the popular resort of Port d'Alcudia on the north coast of Majorca. The hotel is approximately 60km north of the capital Palma and the Son Sant Joan International airport, and around 50 metres from the commercial centre of the resort where you will find a wide selection of bars, restaurants and shops.

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