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Playa De Muro Holidays

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Majorca holidays

Majorca’s classy coastal star

The Balearic island of Majorca is renowned for its gorgeous climate, with most travellers coming here for the sun, sea and sugar-soft sand. And the sparkling coastal resort of Playa de Muro, which has one of the longest beaches on the island at 6 kilometres, certainly ticks all those boxes and more.

But, inviting as the beach is, Playa de Muro holidays are about so much more than just reclining on a sunlounger. There’s a raft of upscale hotels, plush restaurants and classy bars. There’s also a handful of golf courses and a nature reserve within easy reach, while the boardwalk promenade that runs through the main resort is fun for people watching. That’s not forgetting the beach volleyball, historic sites within walking distance and plenty to keep the kids happy. So while you’ll certainly love lounging on the superb shoreline, holidays to Playa de Muro have more than enough to keep you entertained when you’re not working on your tan.

Your Playa de Muro questions, answered

Pretty and popular, with great amenities. The Es Comu stretch, located a little further along, is quieter, with dunes and juniper bushes, making it the perfect place for a siesta.
Yes, there are paddle boats, kitesurfing, windsurfing, paddle boarding and more. If you don’t fancy getting wet, there’s also a dedicated volleyball court right on the beach.
Very much so – the sea is shallow for quite a long way out, plus there are play areas and bouncy castles in high season. There are good eating options, too.

Best things to do in Playa de Muro

Visit a golf course

Majorca is famous for its competition-grade golf courses, and Alcanada golf resort, a short taxi ride from Playa de Muro, is one of the best.

Spot a rare bird

Albufera Nature Reserve attracts rare birds to its lagoon habitat. Walk the trails or settle into a hide and look out for Montagu’s harriers, ospreys and peregrines.

Delve into history

The northeast part of the island is well known for its prehistoric riches, and there are dozens of nearby ruins and relics dating all the way back to the Bronze Age.