Lo Lo Pagan is situated on the north shore of the Mar Menor and has merged with San Pedro del Pinatar to become one big town. Lo Pagan has a beautiful beach, promenade and small marina. During the summer months there is a lively funfair beside the marina which adds to the seaside atmosphere.
Lo Pagan is most famous for its mud baths. These are free, which is great news if you have a large family to keep occupied. All ages can use the mud baths from 1 to 100, but only the truly hardy indulge during the winter months. The mud baths are located at the end of the beach and the start of the salinas walking and cycling route out to sea. Simply walk down the steps, cover yourself with the therapeutic mud, said to be good for all types of skin complaints, aches and pain, dry off in the sun, then re-enter the water to wash it all off!
Places of interest & ideas of things to do in Lo Pagan
• Beach: long and sandy.
• Promenade: long and paved, joins into the mud baths and salinas walking and cycling route.
• Marina: small.
• Children’s Funfair: opposite the marina open during summer months only.
• Mud Baths: treat your skin!
• Salinas Walking & Cycling Route: out into the Mar Menor.
Ideas of places to twin Lo Pagan with day or night
• Twin a visit to the information centre in San Pedro del Pinatar with a trip to the marina and then drive the short distance to Lo Pagan for a walk along the salinas walking and cycling route that runs beside the mud baths.
• Visit Cabo de Palos, Punta Brava or any of the other interesting towns and villages on the Mar Menor, end your day at the lively funfair opposite the marina for a great day out.
• Take your bikes and start here at the mud baths, cycle out to sea and follow the salinas walking and cycling route around to San Pedro del Pinatar marina, complete this circular route by returning along the cycle path which runs parallel to the sand dunes.