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Club Náutico Portocolom, Mallorca, Spain

Club Nautico Portocolom is also known as Puerto Deportivo de Portocolom and it is located in an impressive summer resort with the same name, on the Mediterranean coast of Mallorca. Surreal landscapes can be admired here by tourists throughout the year, while practising popular water sports, touring the resort and beaches or enjoying the traditional lifestyle of welcoming locals. Porto Colom is a complex location with breath-taking waterfronts and spectacular views that can redefine one's life after a full week in this area. There are luxury hotels and vacation rentals with comfortable Mediterranean style rooms, private pools and palm trees, such as the Ola Hotel El Vistamar, the Cala Marsal hotel or BelleVue Belsana. There are a few historic places that can be visited in the small town like the archaeological site Closo de Can Gaia. Local traditions can be discovered at every step of the way, especially in restaurants like Sa Llotja, Vora Mar, Can Tomeu and many others.

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