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Club Náutico Cala Ratjada, Mallorca, Spain
Club Nautico Cala Ratjada is also known as Puerto Deportivo Cala Ratjada and it is specialized in nautical and recreational activities. It lies on the north-eastern coast of the island of Mallorca and it is one of the main ports on this side of the island. Also, it is one of the main touristic resorts and it attracts an increasing number of tourists thanks to is short distance from the airport. Tourists who choose this destination will be charmed by the advantages of this natural area with plenty of secluded bays and ultramarine waters that are simply breath-taking. There are over 40 hotels that offer great services that will satisfy even the most pretentious tastes. Active tourists can visit many spectacular places and have the opportunity of trying a hot air balloon flight and experience of the most beautiful sensations. Tourists are also impressed with the Fish Spa services that are offered in relaxation centres, but water sports are still on the top of most travelers' preferences
Facilities of Club Náutico Cala Ratjada
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Club Náutico Cala Ratjada : restrictive
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