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Explore Playa de Muro in Mallorca, your holiday destination on the Mediterranean Sea

The Hotel Palace de Muro boasts an exceptional location near the long and beautiful white-sand beaches that are so characteristic of the island of Mallorca. This destination is ideal for travellers of all ages, both visitors aiming to relax and local residents who want to enjoy a break by the sea.

Playa de Muro, on the northeast coast of Mallorca near the popular resort of Port d'Alcudia, is one of the most prestigious destinations on the island thanks to its fine white sand and crystal-clear sea. Some parts of the beach are backed by dunes and typical Mediterranean foliage, offering great conditions for hiking and admiring the local fauna.

Playa de Muro also provides a wide range of services and facilities for all tastes and ages. From exciting water sports to family-friendly activities, there is a great choice for every visitor.

Playa de Muro and the Hotel Palace de Muro offer an unparalleled experience for travellers wishing to enjoy the sun, sea and natural beauty of Mallorca in a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere.

Puerto de Alcudia

This bay is a traditional summer holiday choice for many local people, and has also become a top destination for visitors. Ideal for couples, families with kids or even solo travellers thanks to the peacefulness, cleanliness and accessibility. The water is warm, almost free of waves, and with plenty of space. No crowds. The views are particularly attractive, and a walk at sunset is a spectacular experience.

S'Albufera Nature Reserve

This is a protected nature reserve that is home to a wide variety of different types of bird. Take a walk along the trails in the reserve and enjoy bird watching and the peacefulness of your surroundings.

Port d’Alcudia

Palma Cathedral

Probably the most spectacular and iconic building on the island. Be amazed by the stunning Gothic architecture while savouring the warm sea breeze, before taking the opportunity to explore the maze of narrow streets in the surrounding old town.

Bellver Castle

The medieval Bellver Castle is only a very short distance from the centre of Palma. The name comes from the combination of "bell" and "ver", meaning beautiful view, and its panoramic views certainly do justice to its name.

Palma Old Town

Mediterranean Seaside Escapade

Bask in Mediterranean bliss under the warm sun, savoring seaside delicacies against an ocean backdrop. Dive into unforgettable adventures along the shoreline, creating cherished memories to last a lifetime.

Playa de Muro beach

Playa de Muro

Almost six kilometres long, it’s very popular with families thanks to its huge sandy areas. It provides all the services required for a fantastic day at the beach, and access is easy, even for people with reduced mobility.

Cala Sa Calobra

Sa Calobra

A winding road with stunning views leads you to a remote beach in Escorca. Sa Calobra is a picturesque location, part of a stunning natural environment through which the Torrent de Pareis flows down from the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains. There are a few services such as bars, restaurants and shops.

Coll Baix Beach

Coll Baix Beach

An unspoilt beach that is highly appreciated by local people. Access on foot involves a hike of around thirty minutes. If you’re open to adventure, Coll Baix will not disappoint you, as the blue water and spectacular cliffs will leave you speechless as soon as you arrive: it really is amazing.

Cala Sant Vicent

Cala Sant Vicenç Beach

With its natural beauty, crystal-clear sea and soft sand, it’s a perfect place to enjoy the sun and sea. Although it’s smaller than other beaches, the calm atmosphere makes it a special place to enjoy some peace and serenity.

Cala Deia

Cala Deyá

Small, rocky and highly appreciated by locals, Cala Deyá is an ideal beach for anyone who loves coves without any sand. There is also a beach restaurant and the water is ideal for snorkelling.

Mallorca's Vibrant Celebrations

Sant Sebastià Festival in Palma de Mallorca

Annually in mid-January, Palma de Mallorca comes alive with the vibrant Sant Sebastià Festival. Experience open-air concerts, musical spectacles, and mesmerizing fireworks illuminating the city's skyline.

Alcudia Carnival

Each year, Alcudia comes alive with its vibrant Carnival celebration. Join in the festivities with colorful parades, lively music, and captivating performances that showcase the town's rich cultural heritage.

San Juan Night in Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca celebrates the Night of San Juan on June 23rd. Engage in the tradition of beach bonfires, relish live music, and partake in festive activities heralding the arrival of summer.

Carnival Festivities


Alcúdia is a medieval walled town and a perfect choice for a great full-day or half-day excursion. It's packed with good restaurants, shops and a few boutique hotels, but what really makes it special is the fortress-style entrance to the town. Alcúdia has a long history involving Phoenician and Greek invaders, extensive Roman settlement, pirates and Arab takeovers, finally ending with a Christian conquest. Remnants of all these incredible stages of history can be found among the narrow streets of the town.

Resort Beach views
Water sports in Playa de Muro

Outdoor Activities

With the numerous activities offered by the Playa de Muro area, it’s no wonder that it’s the ideal holiday destination for so many people. Water sports include pedalos, banana boats, kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing and paddle boarding, all of which can be rented right on the beach. Beach sports such as volleyball have their own designated areas.

Golfers will enjoy playing some of the beautiful courses in this area in the northeast of the island. Playa de Muro has 6 golf courses nearby, each of them with something that makes it really special and all of them easily accessible.

Mediterranean Food


Don't miss the opportunity to immerse yourself in the flavors of local and Spanish cuisine during your visit. Indulge in the freshness of local ingredients, savor artisan sausages, citrus fruits, and a delightful array of fish and seafood dishes. Make sure to explore the local markets for a truly authentic taste of Mallorcan cuisine, where you can experience the vibrant atmosphere and discover the essence of the island's culinary heritage.