Muro's beach is 5.2 km long. It is one of the longest beaches in the Balearic Islands. Due to its special characteristics, it is divided into four beaches (Platja de Muro-Sector I, Platja de Muro-Sector II, Platja de Muro-Es Comú and Platja de Muro-Capellans). All the beaches have crystal-clear waters, calm to moderate waves and fine golden sand. One particularly notable feature is the pine wood in the Es Comú area, which is closed off to traffic. This beach is one of the most unspoiled and best preserved beaches in Mallorca. It is populated by forests of juniper and pine trees that set a unique dune system in islands, which extends hundreds of meters inland to hit the road, where there are a multitude of paths to access and exit this beach.