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Holidays to Playa de Muro, Majorca

Overview

For a laidback holiday in a former traditional Majorcan fishing village, Playa de Muro might be just the place you’re looking for. Situated on the North East coast of Majorca, Playa de Muro has transformed into a beautiful family retreat where days are spent relaxing on the beach, learning new water sports or walking along the palm-tree lined promenade scoping out the next delicious restaurant to dine in!

Things to Do

From water sports to hikes in the mountains, Playa de Muro is great for those who love the outdoors. If you fancy a break from the beach, immerse yourself in the beautiful S’Albufera Natural Park where you’ll be surrounded by lush trees and scenic mountains. Alternatively, head into a nearby village to try some local wine tasting or spend a day in Alcudia where the marina and historic old town are pretty points of interest.

Beaches

As with most resorts in Majorca, Playa de Muro has a beautiful blue flag beach and 6km of white sand leading to shallow clear water which is perfect for families! Las Gaviotas, at the southern end of the beach, is well catered for with plenty of snack bars and beach activities such as pedalos and windsurfing! Alternatively head slightly further north to Es Como for a wilder and quieter beach day.

Family Fun

With the nearby Hidropark only 5 minutes away, Amaze’n Labertinos, a huge fun park which includes a giant wooden maze and go-karting 10 minutes down the road in C’an Picafort, kids have plenty to keep them entertained on a holiday to Playa de Muro. Of course there’s also the pedalos, the beach to build sandcastles on and a huge choice of food to choose from in the family friendly restaurants in Playa de Muro.

LANGUAGE Spanish
CURRENCY Euro
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1
FLIGHT TIME 2 hrs
COST OF A BEER Around €2.5
3 COURSE MEAL Expect to pay €8-€12

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Location of Playa de Muro

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