Paguera is part of the municipality of Calvia, located in the southwest of the island (24km from Palma). Paguera is a popular tourist resort, where people return year after year.
The village has about 3,700 inhabitants and has three beaches. Because of the shallow sea it is also very suitable for families with children.
All beaches have free WiFi-Spots.
The boulevard with countless cafes, bars and shops invites you to stroll all day. Paguera has 67 hotels and offers every kind of accommodation. There are few high-rise buildings, which is good for the overall picture of the place.
In addition to various leisure activities, Paguera is close to the mountains and a good starting point for beautiful walks in the surrounding area – enjoy magnificent views of the country. To get a beautiful view from the sea, you can use the numerous and popular boat tours.
The boulevard extends over approximately 1.7 kilometers and is perfect for relaxing strolls – take a look inside the numerous souvenir shops, restaurants, bars and cafes.
Dance halls with live music and discos invite revelers among you to party and celebrate. Of course, there is no shortage of doctors, pharmacies, ATMs and supermarkets.
The capital Palma is regularly and easily accessible from numerous stops of the Boulevard by bus. Or explore the surrounding area easy “on your own” and flexible with a rental car.
Enjoy the island by sea, land an air
IMMERSE YOURSELF IN PAGUERA
In the Middle Ages Mallorca was visited by many North African pirates, so the construction of several defensive towers was necessary. From a total of 14 towers on the territory of the municipalities of Calvià and Andratx, still 12 are available.
The municipality of Calvia along with Palma, were the two focal points in the conquest of Mallorca in 1229 by King Jaume I, who went ashore in Santa Ponça. In memory of this event, a cross was built on the side, where the monarch has touched the ground first. The annual celebration of the conquest is the greatest cultural and festive events of the community in September.
Centuries ago, many pirates were on the island of Sa Dragonera. Until the 20th century, it were smugglers who hid their goods such as coffee, sugar and tobacco in the caves of Dragonera. Many families visit the island with their children even to look for hiding places. Today you can still find 42 old smugglers caves.
The former inhabitants have been replaced by countless lizards. It is a subspecies of the Balearic Lizard. The exceptionally trustworthy animals are now lured and photographed by tourists with fruit.
There are almost daily the opportunity by boat to visit the island Dragonera and explore.
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An unforgettable day where you can discover the delights of the southwest coast of Mallorca. We sail to the Dragonera Island which is a protected Natural Park. A 1 hour stop on the island affords time to enjoy its beauty and to visit the museum. There is time for a refreshing swim. Lunch included!