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Club Náutico S´Estanyol, Mallorca, Spain

Club Náutico S´Estanyol is a large port situated by the city of S´Estanyol and makes the perfect destination for you and your loved ones to experience all that Spain has to offer. This marvellous area provides easy access to the Mediterranean Sea which means instant access to entertainment. Book a tour of the famous Сanyon Gates of Paradise lagoon and explore unique cave systems, active mud volcanos and swim in cobalt blue waters. If you’re looking for adrenaline-pumping activities, we suggest visiting the Serra de Tramuntana- an immense cliff situated on the shore of S´Estanyol. If you are a fan of the traditional Spanish cuisine, then S´Estanyol is the place to visit. With countless restaurants within the city, this area is a foodie’s paradise. The top-rated restaurants are Mare Nostrum, Simply Kerly and The Wine Side. Lots of hotels and holiday houses are ready to provide a unique experience. Visit the famous Hotel Salvia, Posada Terra Santa, Cykler Mallorca and Petit Hotel Son Arnau.

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Fuel station

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Dressing rooms


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Waste collection

Rent car

Service Station for ships

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