By far the most convenient options of getting from the airport to Playa de Muro are a transfer in an airport taxi or a pre-booked private transfer. If you are not sure which of these is better for you, we have listed the main plusses and potential drawbacks of both below. It is also possible to hire a car or to use public transport.
👍 The taxi rank at Palma airport is right outside the arrivals’ hall.
👍 Usually, there will be taxis ready and waiting.
👍 No pre-booking is required.
👍 All airport taxis are fitted with a metre, so you won’t need to bargain with the driver about the fare.
👎 During busy periods you might find that passengers are queuing at the taxi rank and you might have to wait a while for a vehicle to become available.
👎 It is difficult to know in advance how much your taxi journey will cost, as the fares vary depending on several different factors.
👎 Airport taxis can carry a maximum of 4 passengers and about 3 medium-size suitcases. Larger groups or people with a lot of luggage will need more than one taxi.
👎 Child seats are not normally available.
Get more information about airport taxis here.
👍 Your driver will be waiting for you in the arrivals’ hall and will take you to your resort without any delay.
👍 The total cost of your transfer will be known to you at the time of booking.
👍 You can reserve a child safety seat.
👍 If you are travelling in a larger group or if you have a lot of luggage, you can book a suitably sized vehicle, which will work out cheaper than two or more taxis.
👎 You will have to book your transfer in advance.
Please also see our Palma Airport Transfers page for more information.
If you think that a private airport transfer might be best for you, we can recommend Solhop for transfers to Playa de Muro as their drivers usually speak English and there are no problems if you need to cancel or alter your trip. Solhop is also the number one recommended private airport transfer company on TripAdvisor.
|Prices of Palma Airport Transfers||Taxi 1-4 People||Minivan 5-7 People||Minibus 8-13 People|
|Palma Airport to: Alcudia||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€145 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Cala d'Or||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€145 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Cala Millor||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€159 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Can Picafort||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€145 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: El Toro||€67 one-way||€99 one-way||€129 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Magaluf||€49 one-way||€89 one-way||€119 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Palma Mallorca||€49 one-way||€65 one-way||€85 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Palma Nova||€55 one-way||€85 one-way||€119 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Playa de Muro||€73 one-way||€119 one-way||€155 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Playa de Palma||€39 one-way||€65 one-way||€89 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Pollensa||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€165 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Port Andratx||€65 one-way||€109 one-way||€158 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Portals Nous||€39 one-way||€69 one-way||€99 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Puerto Pollensa||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€167 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Santa Ponsa||€59 one-way||€95 one-way||€119 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Soller||€69 one-way||€109 one-way||€149 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Torrenova||€49 one-way||€79 one-way||€129 one-way|
Driving to Playa de Muro from Palma Airport is very straightforward. When you come to the first roundabout when leaving the airport, take the first exit heading in the direction of Palma on the MA-19. Take Exit MA-20 onto the ring road that goes around Palma until you reach Exit 3B signposted as Inca/Port de Alcudia/Son Castello. Continue along MA-13 until you reach the roundabout before Alcudia taking the first exit onto the MA-3460 at the next junction turn right onto the MA-3470 and continue straight until you come to a roundabout and take the second exit onto the MA-3433, then turn right at the junction onto the MA-12 to Playa de Muro. In a car or taxi the journey should take you around 1 hour.
If you plan to be out and about exploring the island or are staying in a remote location, renting a car at Palma de Mallorca airport to get to Playa de Muro makes perfect sense.
Having your own car allows you to explore all the wonderful sights Mallorca has to offer at your own pace while also allowing you to visit parts of the island you could not get to any other way.
All the top car hire firms have offices in the arrivals area of the airport while several other local companies operate off-site but provide a free shuttle service to and from their lots.
Alamo, Hertz, Sixt, Europcar, RecordGo, Enterprise, Thrifty, Avis, Budget, Goldcar, Rhodium, Interent, Keddy by Europcar have offices at the airport with local companies Centauro, OK, Hiper, Wiber, Dollar and Drivalia all nearby.
The demand for cars during the peak summer months is very high so be sure to book your vehicle well in advance to avoid disappointment. Be sure to read your contract and take out insurance cover for every eventuality and ask what the fuel policy is as it differs depending on who you rent from.
For more detailed information, please see our car hire page.
To get to Playa de Muro from the airport you need to catch the A32 bus that stops at the following towns: Inca, Alcúdia, Port d’Alcúdia, Platja d’Alcúdia, Platja de Muro and Can Picafort.
All buses are operated by TIB with timetables that vary throughout the year, so be sure to check the TIB timetable as there are only two buses a day out of season. The journey time from the airport to Playa de Muro is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
For more information on bus routes, please also see our page Taking buses in Mallorca.
With its amazing long sandy shoreline, laid back beach front bars and restaurants as well as a National park right on your doorstep, Playa de Muro has all the ingredients for a fun-filled family holiday.
Located on Mallorca’s northeast coast near the well-preserved medieval town of Alcudia, Playa de Muro is a former fishing village that has retained its charm despite the arrival of tourists.
Roughly divided into two parts, the 5-kilometre long white sandy beach is comprised of the secluded Alcudia Pins in the south and the more lively Las Gaviotas to the north.
Geared up for families with young children, the gently sloping beach has all the water activities you would expect to find on a first-class Spanish beach, plus lifeguards, toilets and showers.
A palm-fringed promenade runs along the beach full of chill out bars and restaurants with many of the eateries offering a children’s menu with familiar items from back home.