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Club Náutico Cala Gamba, Mallorca, Spain

Club Nautico Cala Gamba is one of Palma de Mallorca's marinas, being situated on the Paseo Cala Gamba on Majorca's shores, in the Mediterranean Sea. It is also known as Puerto Deportivo Cala Gamba and it is a fascinating place that has been inspiring authors and writers like George Sand since it was first discovered. Palma de Mallorca is a top choice for many holiday makers who enjoy to sink in luxury and feed their souls with a rich culture. This city is popular for its amazing beaches and transparent waters with isolated bays and coves. The stirring lanscapes and Mediterranean flavours are the main things that make tourists come back year after year. No matter how many times one visits Palma de Mallorca, there is always something new to explore. This is an ideal destination for a weekend escape, a week-long vacation or an entire season on the shore of the serene sea. Sailing, hiking, cycling, boat trips, diving, etc., are top activities of active tourists who enjoy sunny weather.

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Rent car

Master harbour

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