La Romana Beach
La Romana Beach (Peguera) is the smallest of the three beaches found in the area. This small beach is beside the Torà Beach (playa de Torà), but unlike the latter, is reknowned for offering a much quieter environment, largely due to its location, less central than that of Torà, its reduced dimensions, and the presence of an area of forest at one end .
This beach is located between rocks, pine trees, hotels and chalets, and is bordered by a promenade that makes access very easy. A fine white sand makes up the slope of the beach and the seabed. Following the coast towards the east and overcoming a rocky inlet you will find a small stony cove.
Access by road is easy. Coming from Palma, on the motorway, take the PEGUERA LA ROMANA exit (1st exit) and turn left at the first roundabout. Private vehicles can be parked free of charge in the vicinity. You can also opt for public transport.
Its total exposure to the south-east, south and south-west winds makes it advisable for the sailor to anchor his or her boat boat, during the day, on the sandy seabed, at a depth of between three and five metres. The Santa Ponça marina (Club Nàutic Santa Ponça.) is located 1.9 nautical miles away.
La Romana Beach (Peguera)
The beach has the following services
300 Sun beds
Red Cross station
15 Litter bins
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- Occupancy rating: HIGH
- Degree of urbanisation: URBAN
- Composition: SAND
- Colour of the sand: WHITE
- Texture of the grain of the sand: MEDIUM