There are many reasons why organisers from all around the world choose to hold their sporting competitions in Playa de Muro: infrastructure, experience, the privileged location, an unbeatable climate...
As a result, thousands of sportsmen and women of all levels – from world and European champions, Paralympic medallists and professionals to amateurs – visit us every year and stay in one of the many specialised sports hotels in the area.
A 226 km (140.6 mile) triathlon with the option of a Half Triathlon (113 km) starting and finishing in Playa de Muro allows participants to discover some of the island's most beautiful and traditional villages.
The Majorca 140.6 Triathlon is a new sports competition that seeks to recover the essence of triathlons by offering a safe, fun, uncrowded circuit that’s open to both amateur and professional triathletes.
Did you know that one of the biggest Ironman 70.3 races in the world takes place around Playa de Muro? Triathletes from all corners of the globe come to Majorca to take part in the Alcudia-Majorca Zafiro Ironman 70.3 competition, undoubtedly one of their favourite sporting events.
It’s an incredible journey through the island’s most picturesque villages, with dreamy views. What more could you ask for?
Playa de Muro also hosts one of the few Full Ironman races held in Spain that offers qualifying slots for the IRONMAN World Championship 2022 in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
The fact that Ironman holds two of its most important competitions in the north of the island shows that Playa de Muro is a must-visit destination for triathletes.
Thousands of cyclists from all corners of the globe participate in Majorca 312 ride, a unique opportunity to enjoy the island’s best landscapes on two wheels.
Majorca 312 offers three routes that vary in terms of distance and scenery, with Playa de Muro as the start and finish point of all of them.
Playa de Muro is an accessible destination par excellence. This is evidenced by the fact that one of the most important European handbike (also known as handcycle) competitions is held here every year.
Paralympic medallists and world and European champions take part in the Majorca Handbike Tour, a adapted cycling sports competition that combines a team time trial with flat and ascending routes.
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