Located on the north coast of the island of Mallorca, in the bay that bears his name, we find Alcúdia. This bay, traditionally a summer resort for many Mallorcan people, has become one of the tourist areas par excellence thanks to its virgin coves of transparent waters surrounded by pine forests, to a natural environment of great value, to its archaeological sites and a delicious gastronomy .
Can Picafort began its history as a small fishing village and in a few years it has been converted into a tourist town with a large hotel offer.Its beautiful beaches with the best services and its impressive historical heritage make it an ideal destination for thousands of visitors every year.
Inca is known internationally for the large number of companies dedicated to the leather industry and, above all, for the quality of the products they offer: jackets, footwear, pants ... of traditional and avant-garde designs.
Its parochial church conserves a beautiful and ancient image of the Virgin of the Health, already known, apparently, in the time dominated by the Saracens.It has wide streets and a square, of good design, where the market and its celebrations are celebrated.
If there is an area of the island that shows its essence in a global way, that is the beautiful municipality of Pollença.Located in a privileged enclave in the Serra de Tramuntana, with different accesses to the sea, it has three marked population centers (Pollença, Port de Pollença and Cala Sant Vicenç) where we can discover both the rural and mountainous slopes of the island and the maritime
Its fertile farmland (mainly dedicated to the export of potatoes) with the typical Mallorcan water mills and the Serra de Tramuntana in the background usually leave the tourists who walk along its roads at dusk speechless, being one of the most typical postcards of the island.