PUIG DE SANT MARTÍ
Enjoy the best views over Alcúdia
According to historians, this site is linked to the first Christian worship in the area. A staircase carved out of the rock grants access to the natural cave. There are two chapels, one mediaeval and one gothic, with round-arched portals in the main hall dedicated to Sant Martí and Sant Jordi respectively. They were built after the Catalan conquest during the 13th and 14th centuries.
How to get to Puig de Sant Martí
Alcúdia is one of the most historical places in all of Mallorca, yet one of the most modern and popular destinations. Alcúdia is for everyone; romantic couples, groups, families, beach lovers, walkers, cyclists etc., it’s an area of great diversity and many offers.