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Club Marítimo Molinar de Levante, Mallorca, Spain

Club Marítimo Molinar de Levante is a fascinating port located on the coastline of Spain with easy access to the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. This fantastic harbour is situated in the city of Palma de Mallorca and is the perfect area for you and your family to enjoy a relaxing vacation. The city offers one of the largest beaches that will take you closer to the marine wildlife of the country. Playa de S'amarador offers cruises along the coast and the possibility of swimming with dolphins. Restaurants in the area are open all year round and will amaze you with delicious seafood dishes as well as traditional Spanish cuisine. The world famous Paella can be tasted almost everywhere and will pamper your taste buds with an explosion of flavour. Celler Sa Premsa, La Juanita, Quina Creu and Simply Fosh are the most famous restaurants. Do not miss the opportunity to experience all that Palma offers. Make Club Marítimo Molinar de Levante your holiday destination and you will not regret it.

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