Church of Joan Baptista in Muro

The church of Muro is named after John the Baptist.

The construction of the church, was started in 1570, and finished around 1611. It was designed by Menorcan architect, Sebastià Saura, in Gothic style.

The huge bell tower was added later after the church itself, and therefore is not an actual part of the construction. There is a small bridge that leads from the church building in to the tower.

The church is a typical Catholic basilica, with a big ship and 7 lateral chapels on each side, which makes it one of the bigger churches in Mallorca

How to get to the parish church of Joan Baptista in Muro


Muro is a charming and diverse area found in the northern part of Mallorca. The municipality is part of the region called Pla de Mallorca, a region that is generally characterized by rural traditions and agricultural activities. However, Muro is also a coastal area with a highly developed tourism industry full of great hotels with state of the art amenities. The old town of Muro is a great place to go sightseeing, there is a number of interesting points of interests and attractions to visit which tell the story of the area. One of the best times to visit Muro’s old town, is during the fall season when some of the major traditions are celebrated such as thew autumn and pumpkin fair.

Visit and discover Muro old town

Other charming destinations in the Pla de Mallorca region

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