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Club Marítimo Molinar de Levante, Mallorca, Spain

Club Marítimo Molinar de Levante is located on the island of Majorca or Mallorca, in the Mediterranean Sea and it is hosted by the island’s capital, Palma de Mallorca. Millions of travellers from around the world choose this destination annually for its great reputation of being a luxurious, yet cultural city and for its touching history. There are many touristic objectives that are of great value for this island’s heritage, such as Es Baluard, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, Cuevas del Drach, Ferrocarril de Soller, etc. This marina has more than 90 years of history, which is why its name is recognised in the sailing world. Its fleet is well prepared for competitions and social events, but also for its sailing courses for both adults and children. Tourists who love to spend some time on the littoral will adore the turquoise waters that are perfect for water sports and leisure activities. Cala Major, Playa de Palma or Can Pere Antoni are only a few of the most popular beaches.

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