The municipality of Muro is located in the northern part of the Balearic island of Mallorca, in the interior west of the Bay of Alcúdia. It is a village with about 7,000 inhabitants.
Agriculture and tradition
Muro is mainly characterised by agriculture, as it has one of the most fertile arable soils in Mallorca. The old-established village will enchant you above all with its Mallorcan charm and typical traditional architecture. Discover the authentic Mallorca while strolling through the narrow winding streets and enjoy the peace and idyll here far away from mass tourism.
In the town centre is the church of Sant Joan Baptista, built in the 16th century. Every Sunday, the weekly market is held in the centre of town next to the town hall and the church of Sant Joan Baptista. Here you can buy locally grown fruit and vegetables, but there are also stalls selling textiles and other items.
Muro is also home to the smallest bullring in Spain. It was built in a former quarry from quarry stone from the surrounding area. The Museo Etnológico is also worth a visit. Here you can marvel at old agricultural tools that were once used by farmers and craftsmen to carry out their work.
Living in Muro
In Muro you will find everything you need for daily life, small shops, bars and some restaurants where you can enjoy tradional meals.
Due to its location in the interior of the island, the municipality of Muro does not have its own beach, but in about 20 minutes by car you can reach the beach Playa de Muro. This is considered one of the most beautiful beaches on Mallorca and is also the longest sandy beach on the island with approx. 6 km.
If you decide to settle here in Muro, you will have a variety of properties to choose from. From small flats and fincas to designer villas and plots of land to build your own dream home – here “every pot will find its suitable lid”.