HM Balanguera Beach: 5% Discount – HM Hotels, Spain
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35, 07610 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain
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Platja de Muro
Platja de Muro is situated at three kilometres from the centre of Port d'Alcúdia, and at 15 kilometres from the centre of Muro, between the breakwater of s'Oberta del Parc Natural de s'Albufera, (which can be visited for free) and the natural border toward Platja d'Alcúdia, which is the prolongation of it. We have to say that the general name Platja de Muro is used for the 5,2 kilometres of coastline which belong to the municipality with the same name.
This quiet beach with fine-grained sand and which is not very deep for the relief of the parents and the tourist who crowd this place. You have to walk quite a lot before the water gets deeper. At the rear you will find the system of dunes and the different trails, with some pine trees and juniper woods, as well as the development of villages and hotels, a quality tourism with good hotels, most of the visitors are families.
The extensive sandy grounds, the very gentle slope the presence of sandbanks and the fact that it is open to the winds of the first quadrant explain that running aground is possible. This is why the navigator should stay away from the coast. The water is transparent, the swell is moderate or quiet, the sand is fine-grained and golden, ideal for all types of visitors.
The accessibility by car is easy following the signs. The private car can be left for free in the streets that take to this beach. The nearest bus stop is located at about a hundred metres from this beach if you chose the public transport.
Cala Mendia is situated at three kilometres from Portocristo.
The cliffs keep the surroundings of this sea inlet which continues for 150 metres toward the interior and finishes on a fine-grained, white sandy area, wide and large.
The water is crystal clear and the beach is open to the winds from the northeast and east, with an excellent sandy ground for anchoring boats. The depth ranges from four metres at 150 metres from the coast to 2,7 metres at a hectometre from the beach, and only one metre at 50 metres from the coast. The nearest port facilities are located at Port de Portocristo, at 2,2 nautical miles.
Cala Mendia has a natural swimming basin of white and blue colours when the wind blows from the north-northwest-west and it is the starting point to swim until the nearby Cala Anguila, passing the rocky headland which divides them.
The accessibility by car is easy following the signs. The private car can be left on a free parking area in the surroundings of Cala Mendia.
These characteristics explain that the beach and the nearby Cala Romàntica are full of hotel and restaurant activity and very crowded by tourists.
From this sandy area you might reach on foot Cala Anguila, following a coastal trail, you can visit the caves of Drac or Hams, and you can go to the agricultural village of Son Macià and reach the Puig de sa Bandera (333 metres).
Cala Major is situated at four kilometres west from Palma, very near the regionalist-style palace of Marivent, summer residence of the Spanish Royal Family, which rises between the cliffs of Porto Pi and Cala Major. Another point of reference of this tourist suburb is Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró, built on finca de Son Boter, where Joan Miró (Barcelona, 1893-Palma, 1983), worldwide known surrealist painter, developed the most important part of his artistic work.