Our resort hoppa confirmation suggested the transfer to be 45 mins - Ha! thats a joke. We went to Palma Nova, Magalluf and Santa Ponsa. LEaving Santa Ponsa and we were the only ones on the bus, and eventually arrived in Paguera a little over 2 hours later.
We were stopping at Club Europa on an all inclusive basis, so I could sink a couple of beers to help unwind. The accommodation is very nice. The reception staff were very good, and we got a map to help us locate all the facilities.
We had a 1 bedroom apartment. This was basic, but all that we required for an all incl stay. We did have a bit of an issue with ants, but I bought a local ant spray, which did the job.
The complax has 3 pools, 3 pool bars (only 2 opened while we were there), a saloon bar, snack bar, restaurant and pizzeria ( this was not included in AI). Food in the restaurant and pizzeria were very good, plenty of choice, nice and hot. The snack bar was also a buffet style with a choice of 3 cold plates and 3 hot plates (luke warm at best). Also included was fruit and cake. Both the restaurant and snack bar had self serve beer, wine, pop, coffee etc.
Animation team very good and daughter loved the mini disco. Highlights include the magician show and quiz (don;t expect a normal quiz though). I won diplomas for darts and killer pool, the missus won 2 for darts!!!!! The accommodation population is mainly Spanish, German and French markets but we never felt excluded from what was going on.
I think it is fair to say that Paguera is geared for the German market. The main beach was very nice, plenty of space, a few shops dotted around etc. Most of Paguera's facilities are located along the main boulevard. We did find a 'british' pub - it was very nice in Thomas's Place and relatively cheap. It is just off the boulevard - if you see the 50% off puzzles shop, walk away from he sea on that little road and it is on the left.
We went to Marine land for an outing. If you go on public bus and are not sure where it is get the bus driver to yell - we were sardined into the bus and would never have seen it if the driver hadn't stopped and told us.
We also jumped on the bus for an afternoon in Santa Ponsa. Had a couple of drinks whilst out and about - nice to be around some fellow brits for a while.
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