Monographic Museum, Roman Theatre and Roman City of Pollèntia: In the town of Alcúdia there are still visible traces of Roman times, when Pol•lèntia (the name given to this town by the Romans) was the the capital of Majorca. Pol•lèntia Consortium organises guided tours. Opening times: Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 4pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10.30am to 1pm. Further information at www.pollentia.net.
Sant Jaume Church: Gothic church that dominates the town and features the image of the patron saint.
Santa Anna Oratory: Right across from the cemetery, it dates from the 13th century. It is believed to be the oldest church on the island in perfect condition. On the first Sunday in September the people from Alcúdia pay homage to the saint.
Can Torró Library: Can Torró is one of the most beautiful Renaissance buildings in town, and also one of the first libraries on the island. The books were a gift to the town from Reinhard Mohn, a German publisher who settled in Alcúdia. Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 2pm, and Tuesday to Friday: 4pm to 8pm. Monday closed. www.cantorro.es.
Yannick and Ben Jakober Foundation: With headquarters in the Sa Bassa Blanca property, a building of Nubian-inspired architecture, the Foundation is in a unique location. It features a permanent exhibition of children’s portraits from between the 15th and 19th centuries, considered part of Spain’s National Heritage. www.fundacionjakober.org.