Paguera Travel Guide
Shopping Paguera features El Bulevar Street, which is a long stretch of shops behind the pedestrian promenade where holidaymakers and shoppers can splurge on designer clothes, jewellery, leather goods and other Spanish holiday souvenirs. Be sure to explore the boutiques and smaller shops in the side streets along El Bulevar. There is also a lovely market at nearby Andraitx on Wednesday mornings that is worth exploring.
Restaurants In Paguera, the top-rated restaurants for holidaymakers include La Grita, Casa Rustica and La Gran Tortuga. The resort offers a number of different restaurants with a variety of fare; many cater for the German palette, though some offer local dishes and excellent Spanish seafood. There are also various sidewalk cafes and bistros along the promenade.
Nightlife Paguera has a good range of bars, and although many cater to German holidaymakers, there are British style pubs available too. There are some low-key discos, a number of live music venues and a few nightclubs, but although it is a lively resort Paguera's nightlife pales in comparison to the neighbouring resorts of Magaluf and Palma Nova. These party resorts are only a hop and a skip away though, so those in search of fun after dark shouldn't struggle to find it.
Activities There are plenty of activities in Paguera to amuse those holidaymakers tired of lazing by the pool or on the beach. Water sports are on offer, as well as a small water park, plenty of nearby golf courses, and excellent walking and hiking. An interesting short boat trip to the Dragonera Natural Park on the small Dragonera Island can be arranged. The conservation area has a small museum, as well as Roman ruins. Glass-bottomed boat trips are also popular.
Negatives Paguera can get highly congested and parking space is limited. Many of the hotels are up on the hills behind the town centre, which can pose a problem for those with disabilities, the elderly and parents with pushchairs.