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Club Nàutic Can Picafort , Mallorca, Spain

Club Nàutic Can Picafort, also known as Puerto Deportivo can Picafort,is situated on Mallorca island, in the municipality of Santa Margalida and it has exquisite beaches as well as palm trees and emerald waters that attract a large number of travellers, each year. Can Picafort is a popular seaside resort that combines rawness of nature with luxury hotels and spectacular views and offers its guests the time of their lives. This coastal town lays in the Bay of Alcudia and hides many archaeological treasures that prove that previous generations have enjoyed these views in the past. Tourists can visit these ancient sites in the district of Baulo. The Royal Necropolis and Phoenician Cemetery are stunning discoveries that have the ability of leaving visitors speechless. Turtles, hares, weasels and many other wildlife animals can be closely observed here. Some of the most popular accommodation units are the Villa mallorca, Gruphotel Gran Vista & Spa, Exagon Park, etc.

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Service Station for ships

Master harbour

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Cancellation Policy of Club Nàutic Can Picafort : restrictive

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