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Club Náutico Portixol, Mallorca, Spain

Club Náutico Portixol is a large port located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, in the city of Palma de Mallorca. This excellent area is ideal for those interested in golden beaches, warm weather and clear blue waters. Palma is a famous cultural city in Spain and is the host of many attractions. The main points of interest are the gorgeous beaches surrounding Club Náutico Portixol. Sunbathe on the banks of Playa de Cala Mayor, Playa de Palma El Arenal or taste delicious traditional beverages like Sangria in one of the many bars situated on Puro Beach. You can find high-quality accommodation facilities on the shores of the marina and the top rated venues include names like Gran Melia Victoria and Melia Palas Atenea. Restaurants in the area will provide quality seafood dishes and traditional Spanish cuisine that will spice up your holiday. Restaurante Toque, La Ruta Martiana and Appetite Palma are waiting to transform your holiday into a fantastic Spanish experience.

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