Alcudia Weather October Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Alcudia in October
Sunshine Hours and Temperature
Alcudia in October can be described in one word mixed. Whilst you can easily expect a wonderful 8 hours of sunshine per day, with an average temperature of around 18°C, reaching a high of 23°C, you can also expect a higher amount of rain when compared to previous months.
October is the wettest month of the year in Alcudia, with 63mm of rain falling, affecting 12 days. Despite this, there is still plenty to see and do in October, and the slightly cooler temperatures make exploring the region much easier.
Clear days should certainly still allow you time on the beach, and the sea temperature still sits at a warm 22°C, meaning summer holiday fun is more than possible.
Take a look at the weather forecast for Alcudia.
Alcudia Hotels in October
Alcudia Garden Aparthotel
October may be a little cooler compared to the previous few months in Alcudia, but there are still plenty of sunny days to enjoy. The Alcudia Garden Aparthotel offers a playground for kids, and the three swimming pools are still open during this time of year.
ROC Continental Park
Alternatively, the ROC Continental Park offers a great base for exploring Alcudia a little more, and also has an all-inclusive option if you want to remain nearby the choice is yours.
The ROC Boccaccio is a similar choice, situated just 100m from the beach and with covered sports courts for football and other sporting activities.
Alcudia Beaches for October
Playa de Muro Beach
October is really the final month of the year where you can expect to be able to sunbathe on the beach. Despite the fact that the weather in Alcudia is temperate for most of the year, the months of November, December, January, and indeed February may be a little too chilly for sitting on the sands. If you are looking for a little beach time during your October break, head to the beautiful Playa de Muro beach. This is situated at the end of the main beach in Alcudia, ending at Ca'n Picafort.
Chilled out, secluded, and downright beautiful.
Bars and Restaurants
Gavin's at the Port
If you're looking for delicious food in a laid-back atmosphere then Gavin's at the Port is ever popular. The roast dinners here are very popular and you certainly get plenty on your plate, as well as the fish and chips.
Champions Bar Alcudia
For more in the way of British food, Champions Bar Alcudia is great for English breakfasts, with huge portions and very cheap prices.
La Pepita Beach
For a stunning view to remember whilst you dine perhaps at lunchtime, during a pitstop from your sightseeing efforts, check out La Pepita Beach. The deli sandwiches and burgers will certainly fill you enough to continue your day in style.
Things to do in Alcudia in October
The fact it is more likely to rain in October doesn't mean you shouldn't get out and explore! There are several interesting festivals throughout the month and whilst visiting Alcudia you should definitely get involved, to experience authentic Spanish culture and life. During the first week of October the Alcudia Fira takes place, which is an important agricultural fair, with parades, music, dancing, and general merriment throughout the weekend.
Fiesta of Black Pudding
If you're in Sant Joan during the first Sunday of the month, you will be privy to the Fiesta of Black Pudding! Alternatively, the first weekend is also the Fira Dolca in the mountain town of Esporles, which is a celebration of all things requiring a sweet tooth!
Exploring Pollentia should be done regardless of the time of year. This old Roman city is a window to the past, with very well-preserved ruins, including the old theatre you can walk around and pretend you were there back in the day. There are plentiful cafes, restaurants, and shops too, as well as a pretty marina. Bus links from Alcudia are very frequent, running every 15 minutes.
Whilst visiting Alcudia's Old Town, be sure to head to Xara Gate. This is like experiencing old Spain, and the drawbridge is particularly like heading back in time. Get your photo taken walking across it to complete your holiday snaps! Whilst in the Old Town, head to the market on Sunday and Tuesday, which does get particularly busy on Sunday in particular. You can easily spend a few hours wandering around the Old Town and not realise where your day went.
Ranxo Ses Roques
If you're visiting Alcudia during October, perhaps taking advantage of cheap deals during the quieter part of the season, then be sure to head to Ranxo Ses Roques for a family day out. The kids will love the mini farm, with colourful birds and horses, and the pony trek around the mountain is a fantastic and very scenic experience.