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Head to the Playa De Muro For a Fun-Filled Family Getaway

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Spain has always been a popular place for British holidaymakers to head for relaxing sun-
soaked breaks in exotic locations, without the hassle of a long-haul flight or high travel
costs.

And one of the most popular places for Brits is the Balearic Islands, as the archipelago offers
the chance to take part in a wide range of activities while at the same time soaking up the
Spanish sun and checking out the local culture.

Families particularly could find a Spanish holiday ideal and with a wide range of quality
farmhouses in Mallorca to rent out, the island could be perfect for those planning on
holidaying with a large family group, including grandma and granddad and aunties and
uncles.

Some Mallorca farmhouses also have their own pools so mums and dads can chill out on the
sunbeds while the kids safely play in the water.

Relaxing in Playa de Muro

So what is there to do in the Mallorca resort of Playa de Muro? Apart from the chance to
relax in their very own Mallorca farmhouse, families will be spoilt for choice over where to go
and what to see.

Quieter than many of the island's other resorts, known for their wild nightclubs and dancing
until dawn, the resort has plenty to appeal to mum and dad, young kids and picky teens.

Playa de Muro is on the north-east coast of the island and is known for its brilliant beach,
with waters shallower than the rest of the island's sand spots. This makes the resort ideal
for holidaying families and the lifeguard patrols on the beach can help to give parents even
more peace of mind.

The beach is sandy rather than pebbled so as well as being perfect for swimming,
holidaymakers heading to it can spend all day lying comfortably on the sand and soaking up
the sun.

For those who want to fill a Mallorca holiday with thrill-seeking activities, the beach also
offers watersports and beach kiting, so adventurous holidaymakers can get the right blend
of keeping active and relaxing on their holiday.

The resort is split into two distinguishable areas, with the town some way inland and the
playa area right on the coast in the municipality of Muro.

As the night falls

After spending a day exploring the beach at Playa de Muro, kiting or jetting around the bay,
families will surely be looking for somewhere to sit down, relax and enjoy a meal and a few
drinks.
Being more catered to family breaks than young people's holidays, Playa de Muro has a wide
range of restaurants and eateries for groups to sample. From Mexican to Indian and Chinese
- and of course, Spanish - families will not be short of places to go.

However, for those holidaying with children who are picky eaters, or teenagers who don't
fancy sampling the local cuisine, there are numerous fast food chains and pizza restaurants
to choose from, such as Burger King.

After a meal, checking out the family-friendly entertainment in the resort is sure to be on
the list. Inkeeping with its family atmosphere, the Playa de Muro has a number of bars and
clubs which offer cabaret-style acts and other music, perfect for mum and dad as well as
younger children and teens.

Holidaymakers can relax and be entertained by the local performers before heading back to
a Mallorca farmhouse to chill out and just enjoy the peace and quiet afforded to those who
choose to rent out a private farmhouse on a Majorca holiday.

Pick up some Spanish souvenirs at the local market

After heading to the local eateries and bars after a busy day of beach-based activities,
holidaymakers could fancy checking out something which gives them a taste of traditional
Spain.

And what better way to sample local life than heading to the Playa de Muro market,
wandering through its many stalls and bartering with stallholders over the price of
souvenirs.

This is an ideal place for Brits to pick up souvenirs and keepsakes to remind them of their
Majorca holiday and visitors can easily spend a few hours wandering the area.

Afterwards, those keen to get a view of the area from a different place could head off for a
walk into the surrounding sand dunes or forests.

Inland Muro is great for hiking and walking and as well as this, there is a large marshland
area which could attract nature lovers.

If you are looking for a Majorca holiday and quality farmhouses in Mallorca look no further
than Mallorca Farmhouses for accommodation where you can find the finest farmhouses,
apartments, and hotels; and are sure to find the ideal Mallorca farmhouse

				
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