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Majorca for walkers

Paguera is a classic, sunkissed beach resort on the southwestern coast of Majorca, with all the traditional attractions – three separate stretches of Blue Flag-certified sand, a buzzing promenade and plenty of eateries. But one of the unique draws of this resort is that it backs onto a charming patch of forest that could have been tailor-made for hikers.

But Paguera holidays aren’t just for hikers, great though the walking is. If you want to simply take it easy and lay on the beach, then you’re well-served for sunloungers and nearby places to grab refreshments, while local markets sell all you need if you’re looking for island produce and souvenirs. But to really make the most of holidays to Paguera, you’ll want to pack a picnic, plenty of water and a sense of adventure. Before you know it, you’ll be taking Paguera in your stride.

Your Paguera questions, answered

Most of the hotels are set up high on a hill overlooking the beaches – fantastic for views, and good exercise if you’re pushing a pram.
The beaches are mostly soft, sandy and quiet. The three beaches – Playa Palmira, Playa Tora and Playa la Romana – are all connected by a clean, modern promenade.
The beaches all shelve gently into the warm seas for parental peace of mind, and the bars and welcoming restaurants offer varied cuisine options to suit all.

Best things to do in Paguera

Take a hike

The forested area behind the resort has a number of great trails that either head up into the hills or follow the coastline. Remember your camera.

Sail to Dragonera

Regular boat trips head from the resort out to the island of Dragonera – a pristine nature reserve with pretty Roman ruins and an interesting museum.

Go to the market

Try the freshest local produce, pick up souvenirs and hone your haggling skills every Wednesday at the buzzy market in the nearby town of Andratx.