Can Simó is a small, exclusive accommodation occupying a prime position in the historic town of Alcúdia just a few kilometres from both the Bays of Pollensa and Alcúdia with their beautiful sandy beaches and only 4 kilometres from the Alcanada golf course. A former 19th century mallorcan manor house, it has been redecorated to a high standard combining the traditional mallorcan style with modern day luxury. Here you will find the friendly and personal touch to make your stay an unforgettable experience.
Room prices starting from: 98 EUR
Check-in after: 12:00
Check-out before: 12:00
Total rooms: 7
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Superior Double Room -
This charming, air-conditioned room features modern country-style décor. It comes with flat-screen satellite TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer.
Room facilities include
Alcúdia lies on a peninsula which separates the Bays of Alcúdia and Pollença. Due to its priviledged geographical position, Alcúdia, has witnessed the passing of many different cultures of the Mediterranean. For this reason it offers a wide range of culture, history and architecture. You can also enjoy its traditions and scenery, without forgetting the wide range of sports facilities and gastronomy.
When you leave the airport take the motorway in the direction of Palma. Before arriving to Palma itself you will see a turn-off stating “Andratx”, take this turn- off and continue until you find another turn-off stating “Inca / Pto. Alcudia”. Take this turn-off and you will find yourself on the main road which leads to Alcudia, passing through the town of Inca.
Once you arrive at the roundabout of “Alcúdia / Pto. Alcúdia” follow the direction for “Alcúdia” (NOT Pto. Alcúdia) until you come to a further roundabout where once again you take the direction to “Alcúdia” (NOT Pto. Pollença), and at approx. 200 metres you will see the Medieval walls of Alcúdia, where you should turn towards the right until you see the traffic lights in front of the church (the street which you can see on your left is Sant Jaume),... but carry straight on, around the church where you will see a parking area where you can leave your car.
If you arrive on a Tuesday or Sunday morning, you will find many people (and cars) as these are the market days..