Holidays to Paguera are all about silky-soft beaches, pulse-raising watersports and lively evenings of cocktails and karaoke.

Three's no crowd

Paguera's a former fishing village on Spain's Balearic Island of Majorca – home to three golden, sandy beaches. On this south-west part of the island, the water's crystal clear and often wonderfully warm. Grab drinks and snacks along the palm-lined promenade – you'll have your choice of authentic Majorcan cafés and restaurants.

Under the sea

Thrill-seekers can get up close to sharks at the Palma aquarium, or trying out cave-diving and windsurfing. Glass-bottom boat rides are a dreamy way to glimpse below the surface of the sea, too. If you'd rather keep thing land-bound, tap into your inner Roger Federer by hiring a court for the day at the world-renowned tennis academy.

Bottoms up

In the evenings, the promenade becomes the hub of activity. You'll find chilled-out cocktail lounges, live music, a couple of clubs and even karaoke joints. Restaurants put out menus of pan-European dishes, as well as plating up some tasty Majorcan faves like seafood paella and bite-sized tapas.

At a Glance

  • Practise your serve at an international tennis academy
  • Explore underwater caves along the coast
  • Sip a minty mojito at a laidback bar