Travelling to Puerto de Pollenca, Mallorca, Spain: Part 4
Our wonderful trip is almost coming to an end. But, we still have three more days before we have to head home and of course, we make the best of every day in wonderful Mallorca so on the sixth day we took the bus to the city that was once the capitol of Mallorca, Alcudia.
Our guide told us there’d be a huge market at Alcudia a few days a week starting at 10 am. So we took the taxi early to be there just in time for it to open.
Once there we took a stroll around the market, but because of the heat and lack of shadow, the smaller indoor stores were more tempting. We didn’t find anything interesting enough either way, and after all, this was an exploring trip anyway. If we wanted to go shopping, we’d go to Palma’s shopping street for that.
After have found some water and spending a lot of time just exploring, we started to feel our stomachs reminding us of their existance.
We looked at the map our guide had given us and remembered them recommending some restaurants along a bigger streets that were suppose to have a lot of good food. So once again, we went food hunting.
We knew we needed to visit Satyricon since we were told it was an old theatre which they now turned into a restaurant. Needless to say, we were pretty blown away by the atmosphere in this huge theatre.
The tables were set with wine cups made of iron looking material, the chairs were red and really set the mood for the place.
But of course, a place like this has its price so we only stayed for a tapas each as we didn’t want to blow our vacasion budget just yet. The tapas were really good and the theatre itself really is a must-visit if you happen to be nearby Alcudia.