Located in the 17th-century manor house of Can Simó, this museum exhibits traditional Mallorcan objects from the pre-tourism years at the beginning of the 20th century. It is a great place to discover more about the customs, clothing and tools typical of the Mallorcan rural environment.
Can Ribera by Zafiro
Discovering one of the oldest villages in Mallorca is just one of the different activities in the area
10 km from Muro, Son Ramón farm was founded in 1649 and has maintained its charm and splendour throughout all these years. Wine lovers can learn more about the production process and discover numerous references to the island's wine tradition and culture. A barrel from 1746, a disused production plant and building, part of an old aqueduct, and to end the visit a tasting session with a selection of exquisite wines.
Son Catiu produces one of the finest olive oils on the island. If you want to learn more about how it is made, visit Oliera Son Catiu and discover the secrets of olive oil production. Located in a quiet area with beautiful scenery, Son Catiu offers you a chance to taste the typical Mallorcan “bread with oil” with exquisite olive oil accompanied by a choice of barbecued meats. The exclusive on-site store also sells a wide range of local delicatessen products.
Declared a Natural Park in 1988, this is the most extensive and important wetland area in the Balearic Islands. Measuring around 1,650 hectares, it is formed by an ancient lagoon separated from the sea by a line of sand dunes. Explore this natural paradise by bike or on foot following one of the different itineraries proposed by the park authorities.
Majorca is one of the most popular cycling destinations thanks to a road network of more than 1,200 km that runs along the coast and into the small towns in the interior.
There is also a network of Ecovias, routes for cyclists or hikers aiming to discover more about the privileged and changing natural environment, monuments and traditional constructions.
In addition to the proximity to the Sierra de Tramuntana and Sierra de Llevant, the landscape around Playa de Muro make it a great destination for hiking.
The calm and warm waters of the large Bay of Alcudia also bathe one of the best beaches in Mallorca. Attracted by the fantastic water, every summer many professional and amateur sports enthusiasts visit to enjoy sports such as sailing, surfing, kitesurfing, kayaking or diving.
Approximately 5.2 km long, Playa de Muro beach is exceptionally beautiful, with crystal-clear water, moderate waves, fine, golden sand and a backdrop of thick pine forest. There is also a large number of services including access for people with reduced mobility.