Muro enjoys a picturesque location in the north of Mallorca next to the popular tourist area of Alcudia.
Playa de Muro offers a wide choice of shops, bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets. Local markets are held in Alcudia on Sundays and in C’an Picafort on Fridays.
Playa de Muro is busy in the summer months but relatively quiet in spring and autumn. Temperatures are mild all year round and can exceed 30 degrees celsius during summer.
Muro has much to offer. Its Ethnographic Museum, its Gothic Church and Santa Ana Convent are well worth visiting. The long, sandy beach and lagoon (designated as a Nature Reserve) is home to colourful flora and fauna.
The village landscape is dotted with windmills. If you are lucky enough to be visiting Muro in January, join in the celebrations in honour of San Antonio Abad during the annual festival.
*PN = Per Night