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Club Nautico Palma Nova, Mallorca, Spain

Club Nautico Palma Nova is also known as Puerto Deportivo de Palma Nova and it is located on the astonishing island of Mallorca or Majorca, in the Balearic Island. It is hosted by the municipality of Calvia and it represents a charming location where most of the tourists fall in love with the natural beauty of the town and its surroundings. Right next to the marina, there is a well-developed tourist resorts with great hotels, private pools and modern facilities. Travellers will be fascinated by emerald waters and mesmerising shores filled with white, fine sands. This marina was built in a sustainable environment and it is strategically located here in order to provide tourists with endless entertaining possibilities. Palma de Mallorca, this island’s capital, is 9 km away from Calvia, offering visitors the chance of reaching the city by boat or by car. Sun seekers will discover busy and isolated beaches, coves, bays and islets where they can completely relax.

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