Alcudia Weather December Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Alcudia in December
The festive season in Alcudia is bright, colourful, and cosy! December and January are Alcudia's coolest months, however, you can still expect around 10°C as an average daily temperature, which can reach 15°C on good days. The low however can be a little chilly, at 5°C, so you may be needing a coat for evening walks!
Sunshine Hours and Rainfall
If you are looking to spend the festive time on the beach, be aware that the sea is a little chilly, at 17°C on average, however there is still plenty to see and do in Alcudia in December.
Take a look at the weather forecast for Alcudia.
Alcudia Hotels in December
Whilst the full range of Alcudia's accommodation might not be open during the winter season, there are still several hotels and apartment complexes which remain open at this time of year, especially during the festive season, which is a fantastic time to visit the resort.
Apartmentos Yourhouse Alcudia
Apartamentos Yourhouse Alcudia is basically like a home, with very modern, clean surroundings and in close proximity to everything you could need, including the golf course.
Alcudia Petit Hotel
Alternatively, Alcudia Petit Hotel offers modern surroundings with stylish décor, and a half board option.
Aucanada Club is a popular choice regardless of the time of year, offering an on-site spa, perfect for festive rest and relaxation.
Alcudia Beaches for December
Sant Joan and Sant Peter Beaches
If you're eager for a festive wander along the beach, then you are spoilt for choice during December. The crowds have long since left, meaning you have infinite room to wander and take in the scenery before you. Of course you could head to the main beach in Alcudia, but for something a little more cut off, then try Sant Joan and Sant Pere beaches, which are heading out towards Pollenca, and are stunningly beautiful no matter what the month.
Bars and Restaurants
O'Malley's Irish Pub
Festive fun is certainly the order of the day when you visit O'Malley's Irish Pub. You can be assured of a fun night out, colourful, vibrant, and with live music to enjoy, and plenty of laughs. This is a popular spot, and particularly good during the New Year celebrations.
New Cacao is equally as popular, and a modern-feel to the décor and interior of the building. The service is fantastic, the menu is large, and the burgers are extremely popular, and very sizeable!
If however you want to enjoy more quaint and low-key surroundings during your winter stay in Alcudia, then head to the Old Town and the pretty surroundings of Sa Caseta. This is an Italian restaurant which is said to have the best pizza in town, a large wine menu, and very imaginative presentation of food. A great laid-back choice for your evening meal.
Things to do in Alcudia in December
Christmas and New Year
Christmas in Alcudia, and indeed across the whole of Majorca, is something you should certainly experience. Colourful lights, celebrations, a warm, welcoming feel, and plenty to see and do. In Palma throughout December you will find Christmas markets, where you can try mulled wine, local traditional foods, and maybe shop for a few presents to take back home.
Christmas time itself is a very family-oriented time on the island, and you will find that midnight mass on Christmas Eve is very popular to attend as a family. Of course, we shouldn't forget that December also includes New Year's Eve, and you will find firework displays and festivities all over the island, not only in Alcudia and Palma. If you're heading to a restaurant on this night, make sure you book your table!
Club de Golf Alcanada
Relaxation during the festive season may be on your agenda, and in that case, a round of golf should be your aim. The famous and high quality Club de Golf Alcanada is your destination. On sunny, warm days a round of golf here is a wonderful experience, because the scenery is just as much of a seller as the game itself. The sea view, the nearby lighthouse, and the mountains in the distance add a major advantage to heading off for a few hours trying to better your own personal score.
You shouldn't be forgetting a spot of sightseeing however, and the Old Town is certainly where it's at in Alcudia. Quieter times mean more room to explore, and the cobbled, narrow streets around this part of town are wonderful for checking out the old architecture, exploring the quaint boutique shops, and stopping for a coffee, and watching the world go by. The market on a Tuesday and Sunday is also a fantastic experience.
Despite the 'off' season in terms of tourism in Alcudia during the winter months, this is certainly a resort which continues to entertain regardless of the temperature.