Playa de Muro is located in the north east of the island of Majorca, between the towns of Alcudia and Can Picafort, about 50km from the island's capital and the airport.
It’s an exceptional base from which to explore the northwestern coast of the island, characterized by alternating long, sandy beaches and beautiful coves, with the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains as the backdrop.
In this section of our website you’ll find several options so you can choose how to get to Playa de Muro in the most comfortable way for you.
The Playa de Muro area includes the entire zone situated between the sea and the Parque Natural de s'Albufera de Mallorca, the most important wetland area in the Balearic Islands, which boasts incredible landscapes and environmental value.
In other words, you’ll have sun, beach and nature at your fingertips during your getaway in Playa de Muro. What more could you ask for?
Take the wheel and let the adventure begin! When leaving the airport, take the Ma19 towards Andratx and follow the following signs: exit 3 to the Ma-20, exit Ma-13 towards Inca-Alcudia until the intersection with the Ma-3470. Continue until the intersection with the Ma-3433 towards Playa de Muro, and then until the intersection with the Ma-12 towards Artà... And you’re here!
From Palma de Majorca Airport, there is a public bus service that will take you directly to Playa de Muro. With the A32 line from Aerotib, you’ll reach your destination easily, with no transfers or hassle. All you need to do is enjoy the scenery that the island of Majorca has to offer! Check the stops on the Airport-Playa de Muro route here.
One of the most comfortable ways to get to Playa de Muro is booking a transfer service from the airport. Ask your hotel about available transfer services. They’ll be happy to help you get to Playa de Muro, your home on the island.
Playa de Muro is excellently connected, both to the rest of Bahía de Alcudia (where it is located) and the neighbouring Bahía de Pollensa.
Several bus lines stop at the doorstep of many of our hotels, and run along both bays, allowing you to explore the whole area comfortably. Let yourself fall in love with places like Son Serra de Marina, Can Picafort, Alcudia, Puerto Pollensa and Cala San Vicente, as well as inland villages where identity and traditions are part of daily life.
You can also access the island's entire public transport network from Playa de Muro, and discover the thousand and one secrets that Majorca holds.
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