Seasun Far,

the perfect rest

Seasun Far ***

In the Bay of Alcudia, immersed in the typical Mallorcan pine forest and on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea is the proposal to live a different holiday in Alcanada, north of Mallorca.
The 4-star Seasun Far Hotel is specially designed for relaxation, to disconnect, but not to miss the opportunity to see the attractions offered by the so-called “island of calm”.
An establishment that takes care of the minimum details and excellence. And for this reason it offers personalized services to live authentic experiences.
At the Seasun Far Hotel you can enjoy the quality gastronomy of the Espira de Foc Restaurant, a cuisine rich in flavours and varied in its dishes. Cocktails are also one of the strong points, tradition and vanguard will be mixed in an infinite universe of pure alchemy. The swimming pool and the solarium are also two areas designed to enjoy the time spent in the hotel, two essential elements for relaxation.
Discover the pleasure of a perfect stay. Organize your next vacation with the best online price guaranteed; only here, on the official website of Seasun Hotels.

Services

Air Conditioning

Solarium

Bluesky Rooftop & Skylounge

Pool for adults

Roger´s Club

Free Wifi

Restaurant

Live Shows

Bar Cafeteria

Children’s pool

Rooms

Standard Room

The Double Room is a comfortable option with excellent value for money for all those who want to enjoy accommodation next to the beaches of the bay of Alcudia.

Junior Suite

The Junior Suite Room is the best way to enjoy a holiday in Mallorca. Completely refurbished. You are assured of a great rest in a comfortable bed.

Sea View Suite

The Sea View Suite Room is 46 square meters of room conceived and designed for those who seek an excellent stay. It has the possibility of accommodating up to 4 people.

Deluxe Suite

The Deluxe Suite room is designed for those who are looking for an exclusive stay in Mallorca. It is a room of 46 square meters.

DELUXE Service

Give yourself a treat for a little longer and let us treat you even better!

 

Benefits Luxury service:

  • Enjoy the best rooms in the hotel.
  • Enjoy the rooms with the best views.
  • Priority check-in and check-out.
  • Early check-in and late check-out (subject to availability)
  • Daily coverage service.
  • Coffee service in the room.
  • A la carte” pillow service.
  • Free minibar (daily replacement).
  • DELUXE” amenities.
  • Bathrobe and slippers in the room

Restaurant

Gastronomy is one of the hallmarks of SEASUN Hotels. It is an art that allows us to promote the culture of the island of Mallorca, as well as a delicious way of satisfying the expectations of our guests, with creative and tasteful specialities.

We use the best local products, international and Mallorcan recipes and the passion that characterizes our kitchen staff.

Don’t miss out on our best creations!

Picture gallery Seasun Far Hotel

Places of Interest

Places of interest

Campo de Golf Alcanada

Alcanada is the best golf club in Mallorca and is located in the north of the largest of the Balearic Islands, in the bay of Alcudia

Alcanada is the best golf club in Mallorca and is located in the north of the largest of the Balearic Islands, in the bay of Alcudia. Almost all of its 18 holes provide a spectacular view of the lighthouse and the sea which is guaranteed to allow you to totally relax while you stay in our facilities. Here you will enjoy every swing and feel challenged, regardless of your handicap.
Alcanada Golf Mallorca was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. in 2013, a famous American architect who, from 1960 to date, has created or remodelled more than 250 golf courses around the planet. Among the countries that have seen his work are the United States, Japan, Canada, Australia, France, Italy, England, Finland, Russia, India, the Philippines, Denmark, Portugal, Hungary and Spain. His father and brother have also been recognized in the same activity.
Faro de Alcanada, Mallorca
Places of interest

Faro De Alcanada

The lighthouse, designed by Emili Pou, was inaugurated on May 15, 1861, with a fixed light.

The lighthouse, designed by Emili Pou, was inaugurated on May 15, 1861, with a fixed light.
The everyday life in a lighthouse changed substantially over the years, mainly due to the progressive development of the technology used in maritime lighting. Without a doubt, the hardest times were the initial ones, when there were squares of very difficult performance, and in which the bullfighters and their families had to live on islands so small that in some of them the sea water, in days of storm, entered through the windows of the houses. There were many occasions when, due to bad weather, the supply of food had to be postponed to distressing limits.
With the passing of time, the isolation gradually became more bearable, due to the incorporation of elements such as motor boats for trips to the islets. Thus, in 1866 the boat service was put up for auction, so in 1867 the sailors stopped living on the island and moved to the Port of Alcudia, having to make two trips a week to the lighthouse, or extra trips if the bullfighters communicated an urgent need by placing a white flag.
In 1960 the lighthouse was removed and a non-visible one was placed in its place. At that time the lighting was automated by means of a solar valve.
This was the reason why, the following year, the lighthouse was left without resident personnel.
As in many other lighthouses, the Alcanada bullfighters took an active part in helping the victims of several shipwrecks.
Places of interest

Ciudad Romana De Pollentia

With the arrival of the Romans, in 123 B.C., two cities were created in Mallorca: Palma and Pollentia

With the arrival of the Romans, in 123 BC, two cities were created in Mallorca: Palma and Pollentia, the first in the western area and the second in the eastern area.
Pollentia was, in all probability, more important in terms of size and population and presumably the capital of the island.
It is currently a major heritage site in the island context and is still largely buried. The excavations carried out in the last sixty years by teams of national and international archaeologists have rigorously documented the historical evolution of the city, which extends from the 70-80s BC to the 7th century, and have revealed the existence of two constructive phases either
The first is from the Republican period and the second from around the 3rd century AD to the 6th century AD.
We enter the Roman city through the district of La Portella, located in front of the parish church of Sant Jaume de Alcúdia. The route, signposted for the visit, continues towards the Roman forum and later approaches the Roman theatre.
Mallorca, Las Murallas de Alcudia
Places of interest

Murallas De Alcúdia

The construction of the walls was commissioned by King Jaume II in 1298, but he did not see them completed

The construction of the walls was commissioned by King Jaume II in 1298, but he did not see them completed, as the work continued until 1362.
The intention of building the walls was to protect its inhabitants and also to serve as a refuge for the inhabitants of nearby towns, in the face of possible attacks or invasions.
The works were carried out by the same people from the town and, at certain times, by Genoese prisoners, who were in charge of making the moat.
It is an irregular polygonal enclosure made of sandstone joined with mortar, lime and water. The walls, 2m high, were reinforced by 26 towers 6m high. There were 3 gates: Xara (or del Moll), Mallorca (or Sant Sebastià) and the Vila Roja, which has now disappeared.
Places of interest

La Albufera

Located between Alcúdia and Can Picafort, the Natural Park of S'Albufera, a toponym that derives from the Islamic term al-buhayra

Located between Alcúdia and Can Picafort, the S'Albufera Natural Park, a toponym that derives from the Islamic term al-buhayra (meaning lagoon), has an area of 1646 hectares, divided between the municipalities of Muro and Sa Pobla. The area is separated from the sea by a string of dunes.
The origin of S'Albufera is very old (about 18 million years), but the current wetland area was formed less than 100,000 years ago, but over time its morphology has been changing. The humid zone is fed by the contribution of the torrents that flow into the area, underground springs and the intrusion of seawater.
The Balearic Government declared S'Albufera a Natural Park on 28 January 1988, constituting the first protected natural area in the Balearics.

In the bahía de Alcudia in Alcanada

SEASUN FAR

Plaza Pompeu Fabra, 7
07400 – Aucanada / Puerto de Alcudia
Email Hotel: far@seasunhotels.com
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