Our hotels in Paguera are located just 30 minutes away from Palma de Mallorca. Paguera is known for its spectacular white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. One of the great attractions of Paguera is its beautiful promenades, ideal for walking along the sea, and the wide boulevard that runs along the whole city. With a wide and varied gastronomy in the town center, it’s also worth visiting Cala Fornells or Port Adriano to taste the best international cuisine. With privileged natural landscapes, Paguera is an ideal destination for cycling and hiking in spring and autumn.
Cala Fornells, with its hanging buildings on the edge of the sea in the middle of a typical Majorcan landscape, evokes the essence of the Mediterranean and surprises us with its restaurants, ideal for a romantic evening.
The boulevard crosses the whole town, providing a pleasant walk for visitors, who’ll find beautiful seascapes and multiple culinary options along its length.
Perhaps the most modern and best equipped marina in the Mediterranean, designed by Phillippe Starck, and home to superb restaurants and nautical and fashionable stores, Port Adriano is always a good choice for a great evening out.
Port d'Andratx is located in a picturesque setting 5 kilometers away from the ancient town of the same name. Considered one of the most charming ports in the Mediterranean, it has great gastronomy. Port d'Andratx is still a fishing port today, where you can sit on the terrace of any of its bars or cafes and absorb the hustle and bustle of the comings and goings of the fishing boats.
Sa Dragonera Natural Park is an ideal place for hiking or diving; to visit it, boats leave from Sant Elm or Port d'Andratx. The island is separated from Mallorca by a shallow sea channel just 800 meters wide, where we find sandy beds covered in part, by Posidonia oceanica, a true submerged forest, refuge of many marine species.
The Galatzó Mountain is a 1027-meters high summit located in the Sierra de Tramontana and is one of the most beautiful natural sites of Mallorca, with a spectacular view of the sea and the island, where you can contemplate villages such as Estellencs, Galilea Puigpuñent, Capdellá, Calvia and even the city of Palma. It’s an ideal hiking route.