Things to Do in Peguera
Due to its situation on the south-west coast of Mallorca, Peguera offers something for everyone throughout the year. In the summer, it is a prime summer beach holiday destination, and during the winter months, it is popular with both hikers and bikers. Here are just a few things to do in and around the resort.
In the summer months, there are various boat trips departing from Peguera exploring the southwestern coastline of Mallorca, including glass-bottomed boats, dolphin watching, sunset boat cruises and more. We would highly recommend a trip to Sa Dragonera, an island off the most westerly point of Mallorca.
All kinds of watersports are available here, including thrill-seeking activities like water skiing and banana boats through to more leisurely activities like windsurfing, pedal boats and diving.
The surrounding countryside is very beautiful if you want to explore something other than the beach whilst on holiday. There is a popular network of coastal hiking routes found at the back of the resort. Peguera is the starting point for a well-known hike to the mountain village of Capdella, where you can enjoy some of Mallorca’s captivating countryside.
There are a couple of tennis clubs around the town offering a range of services and facilities whether you require tennis coaching or just want to book a court for a friendly game.
If you fancy teeing off whilst staying in Peguera, then we would highly recommend a trip to Golf de Andratx, just a few kilometres away from the resort. The signature 6th hole carries the status as “Longest Hole in Spain” clocking in at 609 metres from the back tees and certainly merits its name as “The Green Monster”.
El Bulevar is the road behind the promenade and is the main shopping street in Peguera. As a tourist resort, there are plenty of convenience stores, beachwear and souvenir shops here. On top of this, Peguera is renowned for its quality leather shops. In fact, many of the island's residents will travel to Peguera to buy shoes. If you want to experience a traditional Spanish market, we would highly recommend a visit to the market held down the road in Andratx on Wednesdays between 08:00 and 14:00.
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Also see: Sports & Activities in Mallorca, Majorca