Playa de Muro is a beautiful long Blue Flag, white sandy beach in the north of Mallorca and one of the longest in the Balearic Islands.
Playa de Muro is divided into four different sectors. All of them boast calm and clear, shallow turquoise waters and fine golden sand, making it ideal for families. All along the beach, there are hotels, restaurants, bars, sun loungers and umbrellas available for hire.
The westernmost sector is unimaginatively called Playa de Muro Sector I. It's located only 3 kilometres from Port d'Alcudia and almost joined with the town's own beach. A whole host of hotels and restaurants surround this sandy stretch.
The next sector officially starts at the S'Oberta canal which runs through S'Albufera Natural Park. This part of the beach is known as Playa de Muro Sector II or Es Braç. There are still resort hotels at the rear of the beach and all the facilities as above, but it's slightly less busy.
As the facilities begin to disappear and more natural surroundings are apparent, the beach becomes known as Es Comu. You'll find 1.5 km of unspoilt beach here, with sand dunes, pine trees and juniper bushes to the rear. Access is a bit trickier as you need to walk from either side of the beach: from Casetes des Capellans, about 1 km from Can Picafort, and by Es Braç.
As you head closer to Can Picafort, the beach starts to become busier and is known as Es Capellans. It runs for about 400 metres and you are back in tourist land with all the facilities that you could need.