ALCÚDIA and Pollença in Mallorca have been named as two of ‘the most beautiful villages in Spain’ at an annual conference held in Zamora.
Organised by the Association of the Most Beautiful Villages in Spain, 94 municipalities across the country were recognised for their cultural interest as well as their commitment to the environment and historical heritage.
Established in 2011, the association aims to promote and preserve the natural and rural legacy of different geographical areas across Spain that have a lower level of industrialisation and population. The list seeks to give visibility to a selection of tourist destinations with initiatives that serve to boost the promotion of the villages.
The coveted conference once again included Alcúdia and Pollença, where the organisers hope to erect a sign in the two municipalities, signifying their inclusion into the list.
It is understood that the association are set to further promote all of those included in the list in order to attract visitors to Spain from other European countries.