Some call this city a Little Germany because there are always so many German tourists in Paguera. First urban settlements started appearing here in the beginning of the 20th century. Rich Spaniards built many houses here. They were attracted by wonderful nature and peaceful atmosphere. Originally there was a small settlement on the site of the modern city. The inhabitants of this settlement were mostly occupied in the extraction of resin from numerous pine trees that were growing in this region. Later the settlement was turned into a military fortification, and then it started developing as a tourist center.
The resort will be certainly loved by people who enjoy beach rest. Paguera is also well-equipped for various sports activities. The most popular beaches are Playa Tora, Playa Palmira and Playa La Romana. They are located very close to each other, so tourists can reach them on foot. During your walk to a beach you will find many restaurants of different types. Here are located authentic English pubs, restaurants with Mexican food, as well as several Japanese restaurants and bars. The selection of shops here is no less rich. You are welcome to visit modern shopping centers, in which you can walk for hours, or move your feet to small souvenir shops and open marketplaces.
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