Beaches, culture and tradition
What to see in Paguera


Paguera is one of the most popular towns in Majorca for tourists as it boasts 3 large beaches and different zones dedicated to leisure and tourism. Paguera was a key spot in the reconquest of Majorca that took place in 1343, undoubtedly making it one of the must-see places to visit during your stay in Majorca. Pirates Barbarroja and the Horruch brothers also visited this area to take people captive and later sell them in the Algiers markets. If you want to know more about the history of this fantastic island, Paguera is a must stop for you and your family.

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    Sandbanks to discover

    Palmira and Torà beaches
    The longest and most popular beach in this area is Palmira: 600 metres of fine sand and crystal-clear water, with access to the promenade from both sides. Torà is next on the list: 500 metres of beach accessible from the centre of Paguera.


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    Romana beach

    A prehistoric beach
    Access this beach, which covers 600 metres of golden sand, by walking through the beach of Tora. This beach stands out for its unique greenery: pine and juniper trees. This wonderful mixture of beach and greenery makes it a truly unique find.


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    Cala Fornells

    Coves, privacy and rocks
    This is the best known cove in the area, due to its large size and curious layout. By the rocks and crystal-clear water you will find sunbeds to ensure you have a comfortable and enjoyable day trip to this gorgeous cove.


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    A cultural walk

    Monuments and buildings
    The church of San Juan Bautista, of the seventeenth century, the town hall, designed by Rafael Balaguer and Jaime vidal and the mansions, stately villas and mills that we can find in a simple walk will make your holidays as relaxing as they are interesting.