Beaches, culture and tradition
What to see in Paguera


This flat and easily accessible town emerges as a popular place to visit during the summer months. Paguera boasts 3 large beaches, each with their own features and charm including fine white sand and stunning turquoise waters. The area is fully prepared for an influx of seasonal visitors with a wealth of restaurants, bars and activities to enjoy for all ages. This southwestern town in Majorca was originally a very small village and has been built up to accommodate more people whilst the natural beauty of the area still remains to make it a delightful place to enjoy the Mediterranean climate.

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    Sandy sanctuaries to relax

    Palmira and Torà beaches
    The Longest and most popular beach in this area is Palmira: 600 metres of fine sand, shallow turquoise waters and a pier where you can admire the surroundings or take a boat trip. Torà beach is also a delightful place to relax, which is just across from Palmira beach.


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    Romana beach

    A historic beach
    A pleasant walk away from Paguera to a beach which features 600m of golden sands. The ‘Roman beach’ stands out for its unique natural elements including pine and juniper trees. This wonderful mixture of beach and greenery makes it truly a unique find.


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    Cala Fornells

    Coves, tranquility and rocks
    This is most famous cove in the area featuring a large area and a unique layout. Discover the rocks and crystal-clear water, as well as sunbeds to ensure you can relax in the utmost comfort during a day trip to this gorgeous cove.


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    Hiking and cycling hotspot

    With the location of the town at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains whilst surrounded by beautiful beaches, there is a mixture of terrain in Paguera which makes it a popular spot for hiking enthusiasts and cyclists looking to explore more than just the beach during their holiday.