This is a 1970s development designed by German-Russian architect Pedro Otzoup, from Port d’Andratx. The large complex, consisting of modular, earth-coloured houses with contrasting white balustrades, was inspired by similar places on Ibiza.
Actually, Cala Fornells is part of Peguera, but, sitting on its hill, it is somewhat apart from the hustle and bustle of the Peguera beaches, making it pleasantly private by comparison.
The junior suites are spacious and newly decorated in the latest country house style. (Size of bath here is a price barometer: the more you pay, the bigger the tub.)
The hotel terraces look directly down on to Peguera’s expansive bay and here you can sunbathe in peace; there’s even some natural shade from the pine trees. A small sauna, a Turkish bath, a gym, an indoor pool and huge outdoor pool will keep you busy in between. A feel-good hotel for guests who like Peguera, but want a more exclusive ambience.