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Alborán Charter, Mallorca, Spain

Alborán Charter is a medium size harbour located in the town of Palma de Mallorca. This marina offers outstanding views and unique sunsets for you and your family to enjoy. The area has plenty marvellous landmarks as well as interesting places to visit like Santa Eulalia Church and Castillo de Bellver. Explore the Cap de Formentor and go hiking on the countless trails that lead to the peaks of Palma de Mallorca’s largest mountain. The Spanish cuisine is absolutely delicious and the numerous restaurants in the area offer menus for every taste and budget. Here is a list of the top-rated eateries: La Parada del Mar, Gustar and Churrasco. Hotels in the area will always welcome you with open arms and cheerful personnel. Here are the top-rated hotels: Posada Terra Santa, Gran Melia Victoria and Hotel Isla Mallorca & Spa. Enjoy a relaxing holiday in one of Spain’s most famous city and take advantage of the romantic landscapes and unique sunsets. Make Palma your holiday destination.

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