Paguera is a tourist town located to the west of the island of Mallorca and it belongs to the municipality of Calviá. With a population of about 4,000 inhabitants, Paguera is a town with a warm atmosphere that welcomes its visitors with open arms.
Walking along the Alcudian city walls, one enters into the past of Mallorca, gaining an appreciation of how important this city was for the future of the island. In Roman times, when the consul Quintus Caecilius Metellus annexed it to the Roman Empire, the city known then as Pollentia became one of the main destinations in the Mediterranean and the true capital of the Balearic Islands.
Cadiz is not only sea but also mountains. Now and forever. The Pueblos Blancos are a landmark that has made the mountains of Cadiz a unique space, with its own personality, attracting more visitors than any other place in Andalusia.