- Playa de Muro
The resort of Playa de Muro's calling card is undoubtedly its white stretch of sandy beach for as far as the eye can see. The 6-mile beach runs through this newly developed resort and on to Alcudia on the left and Ca'n Picafort on the right. Backed by swooping sand dunes, scattered with inviting beach bars and with soft white sand shelving into turquoise waters, you'd be hard pressed not to feel as though you're in the Caribbean.
The nightlife is somewhat quiet and laid back even in the high season when it is popular with couples and families alike. The resort's in an ideal location for easy access to Alcudia where you can find a wider choice of entertainment if that takes your fancy.
The laidback holiday town of Ca'n Picafort to the southeast has only recently become a real hotspot for tourists, owed to by a magnificent coastline that looks like a scene straight from a postcard. Whether you decide to take a leisurely stroll along the palm-lined promenade unwind upon Ca'n Picafort's silky sands or enjoy a pedalo ride in the crystalline waters, this resort is guaranteed to leave you feeling utterly relaxed. Given its relatively small size, bars and restaurants plus the seafront are all within easy walking distance.