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Club Nautico de Porto Cristo is also identified as Puerto Deportivo de Porto Cristo and it is a magnificent marina that is located on the Mediterranean coast of the island of Majorca. It belongs to the district of Monacor and it offers tourists the advantages of a traditional fishing village, where an exceptional gastronomy will be encountered. This marina offers shelter for small boats and luxury yachts throughout the year , in a relaxing environment with nice restaurants and great views. There are more than 10 hotels and many vacation rentals in the area where tourists can accommodate for a few days, in a picturesque area with a typical Mediterranean climate. The Caves of Drach and Hams are some of the most popular attractions of the area, but tourists will also be charmed by the waterfront which is truly special. Ancient buildings and monuments that reveal Mallorca's history can also be visited, such as the Museum d'Arta, the fortress or the sanctuary of Sant Salvador d'Arta.
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Mallorca, the largest Spanish island, is located in the Western side of the Mediterranean Sea, about 170 km away from the coastline. The island that is also known as Majorca is famous for its luxury, its modern beauty, its natural environment and the ancient beauty. The capital of the island is Palma, which is one of the most popular summer destinations for tourists from all over the world, but especially from the United States and Canada, the Netherlands, the Scandinavian countries, the UK, Germany, Poland or Ireland. Its name derives from the Latin word “maior”, which means “the larger one”.
Mallorca was first heard of during the Paleolithic period, when prehistoric settlements that were called talaiots used to exist here. The traces of the people who lived between 6000 - 4000 BCE have been unveiled and their ruins can still be admired. The island was inhabited by Phoenicians, Romans, Gunderic and Vandals and later on, by Arabs and Catalans... more info