Playa la Romana
La Romana is the smallest beach of Paguera. Also, awarded the Blue Flag this beach has multiple services. Especially for the little ones, who will be able to have fun at the different facilities there is to play football and basketball or at the children’s playground.
Playa de Torà
Beach of Torà is very close to the centre of Paguera, and it’s one of the three main beaches of the urban core. With a length of 500 meters and a width of about 40 meters, this beautiful beach is surrounded of hotels, restaurants, pubs, as well as some pine trees that surround the area. With calm waters, sunbeds, parasols, showers, access for disabled and other services. The beach of Torà, is without a doubt, an excellent choice when looking to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea without getting to far away from the town centre.
The biggest out of the three beaches mentioned. While it is true that Palmira beach is one of the most popular due to its proximity to the centre of town, hotels and services. Its width allows everyone who goes there to have their spot. Palmira Beach has been awarded the Blue Flag thanks to the multiple services it offers, both leisure and hygiene (showers, sunbeds, accessible and leisure areas).
Cala Fornells is a beautiful cala surrounded by a few hotels and apartments, but guaranteeing its visitors the tranquillity they are aiming for. It consists of rocks and sand, with a length of 80 meters and width of 4 meters, we can guarantee you that swimming in this cala will be an amazing experience. At the back of the cala you will find pine trees where you will be able to protect yourself from the sun and enjoy de Sea Breeze.
Caló d’en Monjo
This beautiful and small virgin beach consists of boulders and gravel, located only 3km from Paguera. Born from the mouth of a torrent, we find pine trees and cliffs that surround this small cala with crystal clear waters. Away from the residential area and with little influx of visitors, both tourist and local, make Caló des Monjo a perfect visit to discover a little natural spot in Mallorca.
Caló de Ses Llises
This cala consists of golden sand and its surrounded of rocks and pine trees that make it a paradise. The name Ses Llises comes from the smooth rocks that form the cala. It has crystal clear turquoise waters. The tourist affluence isn’t very big, which means you will be able to enjoy the sun and wellbeing of Paguera with only a few visitors.