What's the Weather like in Alcudia in April
Temperature and Sunshine Hours
The final month of spring is a wonderful time to visit Alcudia, just before the crowds truly descend on the resort, and before the warmer temperatures hit. Despite the early time of the year, you can expect an average temperature of 14°C, reaching an average high of a very pleasant 19°C. Evenings remain chilly, with a low of 8°C, however sunshine hours are still very plentiful, at around 10 hours per day, giving you the perfect excuse to explore Alcudia and all it has to offer.
Rainfall remains stable during the month, at around 39mm on average, which generally affects around 11 days out of the month to some degree.
The sea is warming up slowly, meaning summer is certainly just around the corner, with an April temperature of around 16°C. You can enjoy water-sports during this time of year, and during particularly warm spells the sea can be a little more pleasant still.
Take a look at the weather forecast for Alcudia.
Alcudia Hotels in April
You are spoilt for choice when it comes to finding somewhere to stay in Alcudia, and there are many different hotels offering different budget options, giving you a big decision to make before you even arrive!
Las Gaviotas Suites Hotel
Las Gaviotas Suites Hotel offers a bed and breakfast option, as well as a half board option too, with free Wi-Fi for those wanting to stay in touch with back home. This hotel is situated very close to the beach, giving you the best of both worlds.
Viva Blue Hotel
Viva Blue Hotel is a typically large hotel complex, with several swimming pools, countless bars and restaurants, and many different board basis' on offer. This particular hotel offers apartments rather than hotel rooms, giving you more freedom as a result.
Iberostar Alcudia Park
Alternatively, The Iberostar Alcudia Park has an on-site spa, perfect for rest and relaxation, overlooking the beach, with several different board options to choose from.
Alcudia Beaches for April
El Coll Baix Beach
The warming up of the weather, and indeed the sea temperature, means beach time should be taking up some of your holiday in Alcudia. El Coll Baix Beach, situated just to the east, is a beautiful, secluded beach, where you're not going to experience much in the way of crowds. The clear waters make for fantastic swimming opportunities.
Bars and Restaurants
Himalaya Indian Nepalese Restaurant
If you fancy something a little different for your evening meal when you're visiting Alcudia, why not check out Himalaya Indian Nepalese Restaurant? Everyone loves a good Indian meal, but this particular restaurant has a slight difference, offering Asian fusion food, Indian dishes, and plenty of twists. This is a very popular option for visitors to Alcudia.
If however it's Italian food you're after, SA Romana is a laid-back restaurant with a very large menu on offer, perfect for filling your pasta/pizza needs.
Bar the Shrine
If you need a family-friendly option, with entertainment and good food, then Bar the Shrine should be your choice. This is very popular for breakfasts in particular.
Things to do in Alcudia in April
Before the crowds begin to flock to Alcudia, as well as the warmer temperatures, April is a fantastic time to explore the surrounding area, especially the beautiful countryside. You could of course hire a car and head off on your own steam, or find a guided excursion to take the hard work out of it for you, the choice is yours.
Pollensa Wine Fair
The third weekend in April is Pollensa Wine Fair time, where you can sample many different local wines from the island and choose which ones you're going to purchase to take back to your hotel with you. This is a very popular event, and one you will probably return from a tiny bit tipsy!
You could also head over to Palma during April, as travelling when the temperatures are a little cooler is much more advantageous than when they're much hotter! Palma Aquarium is a fantastic day out for all the family, with sharks, stingrays, and many different species of fish to visit, with 55 tanks to take your time exploring. You can easily head off and enjoy the many shopping opportunities Palma holds, making a full day of your visit.
Orange Blossom Trail
One of the most popular trails to follow around the island is without a doubt the Orange Blossom Trail, which takes you through villages, small towns, and the beautiful Tramuntana Mountains. Jump aboard the Orange Blossom Express as it makes its way through scenery you will certainly need your camera for, enjoying the passing countryside and mountain scenes. You will certainly need to allow a full day of your holiday for this activity.
If you still haven't had enough of the countryside then perhaps a visit to Rancho Grande is on your itinerary. This is the biggest horse ranch on the island, situated right in the heart of the countryside, giving amazing views, as well as a fun experience. You get to meet cowboys, before heading off on a horseback trek through the countryside, with all abilities catered for.