Puerto Mogan is a small village with a harbour and small beach which is known as little Venice due to its decorated bridges crossing a tributory to the sea.
The island has a submarine adventure and this departs from Mogan harbour and takes you on an approx 50 minute journey to view the sea floor and its marine life.
The village has a number of restraunts some of which are on the harbour side but there is no pressure for you to go in. Prices appeared to be very reasonable. It was also refreshing that there were no people selling watches and other goods as I have experienced previously in other locations.
A small beach with a life guard and flag system is operated and you can hire 2 sun beds and a parosol for €9 per day. Also on the beach you can hire pedlows, canoes and jet skies etc. The beach is cleaned on a regular basis and is visited by the locals on a weekend.
Although there is a number of shops I was disapointed that they were mostly closed on an evening when people were having a walk. If you want a more intense shopping experience you would have to travel further afield.
The village comes to life on a Friday when the islands largest market takes place around the harbour. It is well worth a visit but be prepared to haggle with the majority of the stall holders to get your bargins. Belts and bags are in abundence.
Night life is limited to the bars and restraunts and if you are looking for discos dancing etc then Mogan is not the place for you, however if you like a quiet laid back location then you should enjoy this area.
Transport links from Mogan either by bus or water taxi to other areas on the island are regular convienent and cheap.